As they are already accustomed, the Arsenal fans will be able to see their most loved players In some of the most important international encounters, and this summer’s EUROs won’t be any different.
A terribly hard Group B will see the forces of Germany, Holland, Portugal and Denmark collide, but while they are fighting neck and neck for a qualifying spot we’ll be able to relax and see some of Arsenal’s most valuable players at work.
Germany is given a 2.1 odd of winning the group, the highest of all, and thanks to Wenger’s excellent transfer market movement we can now be sure that two Gunners will be a part of Germany’s squad, and probably first team layout. Arsenal’s newest striker Lukas Podolski will lead the attack, while center-back Per Mertesacker is due to return to action in a timely manner and be fit to play.
Holland, the second favorite with a 2.88 odd of winning the group will be led in attack by Arsenal’s captain Robin Van Persie who is sure to continue this season’s fabulous form and provide us with some amazing goals. According to the rumours, Arsenal might have yet another very talented striker in Netherlands’ first team, in the persona of Schalke’s Klaas Jan Huntelaar, who will soon be out of contract and has been linked with a move to the Emirates.
The third favorite, Portugal…well frankly speaking they have no Arsenal players in the team and that’s why they come in third :D!!! Ronaldo will be the most dangerous player, but what will be much more interesting to watch is what young talents the Portuguese will come up with (Perhaps Wenger will also be looking)!
The Danish don’t look to be having too much of a chance to qualify, and are only rated with a 15 odd of winning the group. Arsenal still have a player in their first team, but nobody knows for how long Bendtner is still going to be a Gunner.
Who do you think stands the best chance of winning this incredibly tough group, and which Gunner are you eager to watch? Will Podolski prove that his transfer to Arsenal was a good one, or will Van Persie rule the roost?