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EHF EURO 2016 Wroclaw: Predictions for tomorrow’s games

EHF EURO 2016 Wroclaw: Predictions for tomorrow’s games

26.01.16 – 18:15 hrs – Spain vs. Hungary

Spain cooled off after a great start against Denmark yesterday, whil Hungary had one more day to recover from a shocking 10-goal loss to Germany on Friday. That might do the trick for Laszlo Nagy, but the veteran right-back just doesn’t have enough help among his peers for an upset. Spain can rely on a much deeper bench and an outstanding goalkeeping tandem of Arpad Sterbik and Gonzalo Perez, while Roland Mikler has disappointed for the Hungarians so far. The Spaniards should win this one easily.

Prediction: Spain by six.

26.01.16 – 20:30 hrs – Sweden vs. Denmark

How much of a difference will make an extra-day of rest for the Swedish team? Well, it shoudn’t matter, because Denmark is probably just too good for them anyway. Mikkel Hansen and gang have won all four games so far, usually playing well when needed to, but basically never convincing for the whole match. But who cares as long as you own a perfect record? Well, you guessed it right, nobody. It’s highly likely that nobody will care after this games as well, because the Danes should come out a winner once more.

Prediction: Denmark by three.

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