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A closer look at EURO 2016

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2016-03-23 04:53:32
Profit Accumulator has put together an infographic to take a closer look at the upcoming Euro 2016. You can see the current odds of any of the competing teams/countries winning the cup, and talking about that, what do you think the current bookies odds are for Albania or Northern Ireland? You can check it out below yourself, but as a hint, I can tell you that they are both the same. You can also find a few interesting facts below about the teams and/or their players. Did you know that Mario Mandzukic (playing for Croatia) was fined 100 000 euros for playing badly in 2009 when Dinamo Zagreb lost to Anderlect?

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