Both matches have kicked off in the final day of Group A play in Euro 2012, and if you don't have multiple monitors, you're doing it wrong and your life is significantly less awesome than mine. If you're in the USA, you can catch the Czech Republic against Poland on ESPN and Greece against Russia on ESPN2.
Russia only needs a draw to go through, but they're not looking the least bit negative. In the opening minutes, they look very much like they have in their first two games. It only took 90 seconds for them to test Petr Cech and make him come off his line.
In the other game, the hosts are looking aggressive too. Poland need a win to go through, and they've already had a shot miss narrowly and go into the side netting. Don't expect either game to settle down at any point in time.
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