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EHF EURO 2016 Gdansk: Predictions for today’s games

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EHF EURO 2016 Gdansk: Predictions for today’s games
18.01.16 18:00  hrs Russia vs Hungary
Hungary got their first victory against Montenegro,they won  clearly, and Dujsebajev had possibility to share playing time among his players, so none of Hungarian players played sixty minutes, only goalkeeper Mikler. Every player got between twenty and thirty minutes of playing time, which could mean that they are not so tired.
Russia lost against Denmark, and since they were in the game, Torgovanov tried to push his best players, especially in attack, and he said that they got very tired.
This will be the match of this round in group D, since both teams has to win, in order to get a better position in a possible Olympic qualification.
Prediction: Hungary by two.
18.01.16 20:15 hrs Montenegro vs Denmark
Young but a fighter Montenegrin team lost their first game, Denmark cruised to a victory due to their good play in the second half. If Denmark won’t totally collapse, they won’t have any problems against Montenegro. Question is if Niklas Landin’s ankle is ready for a new game, after suffering a minor (?) injury in the end of the previous game.
Prediction: Denmark by five.
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