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Beat Robbie Savage in our Euro 2012 game

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Make no mistake, the world of football is a better place with Robbie Savage in it.

And our simple Euro 2012 prediction game - Footy Streak - is a better place now 'Sav' has made his predictions.

The former Leicester, Derby and Wales enforcer plumped for Holland or Germany to win the overall tournament and had England down as quarter finalists only.

We can't giveaway all his predictions (because that's not in the spirit of the game) but we can tell you that he chose winners in 16 of the 24 group games. If just one is wrong his score drops back to zero. Head here for full rules and then join The Robbie Savage League (code: 405TLA) and see how you do against him.

(Enter Footy Streak Now! Click here)

Working with Indesit, Robbie Savage has designed home appliance accessories to raise money for SportsAid. To buy head here. The designs are inspired by his love of football and there are a selection of colours available.

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