Game 1 features two sides that not many people are expecting to make much noise in the tournament- but sometimes strange things happen in the European Championships... Greece were European Champions a handful of years ago.
Game 2: Russia v. Czech Republic
Location: Municipal Stadium of Wroclaw
Kickoff: 1345 CST (1945 GMT)
Toon Targets: None known
Game 2, by conventional wisdom, is the game that could have the greater influence on the tournament as a whole. Russia and the Czech Republic both have enough talent on paper to make noise, but fulfilling promise has seemed to be a problem for both of these countries in tournaments past.
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