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Euro 2012 is heading our way and to celebrate we've hooked up with Footy Streak, the simplest and funnest football prediction game about.

All this takes is predicting if teams at Euro 2012 will win or not. That's it. Anyone can play.

The more predictions you get right the longer your streak. The longer your streak the better your chance of winning the bumper prize of an Acer Olympic Iconia A510 tablet, Nikon Coolpix P510 camera, Motorola MOTOLUXE smartphone and an Orbitsound T12v3 soundbar.

Simply pick however many winners you want from the group stages and then predict your way to glory in the knock outs (might be best to come back to the site around that time to see who's still involved). Plus you can form your own leagues to beat your buddies.

Head here without further ado.

This competition will close midnight 1 July 2012. Full T&Cs can be found here.

(Image: Getty)

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