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Group C - Italy, Sweden, Denmark & Bulgaria


Sweden: (FIFA Ranking 21)

Coach: Lagerback and Soderberg
Dangerman: Henrik Larsson
If they were a premiership team they'd be Charlton - organised, good team spirit and hard to beat.

Sweden are a very underated team who are extremely well organised and difficult to beat. They comfortably won their qualifying group and won the so called 'group of death' at World Cup 2002 finishing ahead of England, Argentina and Nigeria, before being unluckily knocked out by Senegal.
Henrik Larsson has come out of international retirement to play and will pose a massive threat up front, whilst Arsenal's Freddie Ljungberg will be brimming with confidence after Arsenal's record season.
Sweden aren't very exciting to watch, but are extremely effective and will always be a threat, no matter who they play. Good chance of making the quarter finals and then = who knows?

A fantastic 5-0 win against Bulgaria in the first game has left Sweden in a very strong position to make the next stage. However at 1-0, the game could have gone either way, with Bulgaria creating chance after chance, so the result was very flattering to Sweden. Their goal difference will certainly be helpful in qualification. They then pulled a late equaliser out if the bag against the Italians, whih has left them needing just a draw against the Danes, which they duly obtained. They will now face either Germany or Holland in the 1/4 finals. They have every chance of beating either of these 2 teams and then have a semi final against either Portugal or England.

Current Spread Prices:
Tournament Index: 42-44
Group Index: MU 25


Denmark: (FIFA Ranking 14)

Coach: Morten Olsen
Dangerman: Jon Dahl Tomasson
If they were a premiership team side they'd be Middlesborough - solid, with a few stars but not enough class to challenge as champions

Under shrewd tactician Morton Olsen, Denmark have lost just 2 competitive matches in 4 years - one of which was against England in World Cup 2002, when they were comprehensively beaten 3-0. They have some excellent players who are playing in the top leagues across Europe including Chelsea's Jesper Gronkjaer and Villa keeper Thomas Sorensen, whilst their star player is the currently 'in form' Jon Dahl Tomasson, who has had a great season with AC Milan.
The Danes have a good record in the European Championships - surprisingly winning the tournament in 1992, but they may not have the quality to be able to make it through the group this time around.

A fair 0-0 draw in the first game against Italy, when Denmark matched the Italians in all departments has given the Danes an excellent chance to qualify. They then had a workmanlike win against group whipping boys - Bulgaria - which has left them needing just a draw against Sweden - and a 2-2 draw was beneficial to both Scandanavian nations. They now have a difficult 1/4 game against the Czech Republic who are rumoured to be resting several of their star players for their final group game against Germany. The winners of this 1/4 final will then play France or Greece in the semi.

Current Spread Prices:
Tournament Index: 40-42
Group Index: MU 10



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