Tuesday 12th July 2002 UEFA Women’s Euro: Denmark Women vs Finland Women and Germany Women vs Spain Women

Both Denmark and Finland have scored fateful victories against each other in tournaments past, but this time round, the pundits favour Denmark. As favourites, they are represented by Mars (Lord 1) and Mercury (Lord 10).  

Rivals Finland are signified by the lord of the opposing 7th house, Venus, and by Jupiter (Lord 4).  

The Moon, describing the progress of events during the match, applies first to trine Mars (a testimony for Denmark) but then moves on to square Jupiter (for Finland).  

Mars applies to conjunct the Part of Fortune, a powerful testimony for Denmark, but Mercury (Lord 10, victory for the favourites) is applying to combustion with the Sun, a significant debility.

A draw seems likely, but it is just possible that, despite their current superior form, Denmark could lose out to rivals Finland.  

Germany are eight-time tournament champions, but many pundits think this could be Spain’s year: As favourites they are signified by Saturn (Lord 1) and Mars (Lord 10).
Germany have only one representative in this match; Venus (Lord 4): The Moon (Lord 7) is already spoken for as significator of events, and her dispositor, Saturn, already has a role as main significator for Spain.  

The Moon is in Capricorn, placed very close to the 1st house cusp: This is a powerful testimony for Spain.  

However, the Moon’s aspects paint a different picture: An opposition to the antiscion of Venus (at 6 Cancer 21) and a square to the antiscion of the Part of Fortune (at 11 Cancer 55) both favour Germany.  

This promises to be a closely fought game between two evenly matched teams: The Moon’s placement close to the 1st house cusp is an advantage for Spain which will be difficult to beat, but all the Moon’s aspects are in Germany’s favour, a sign that they should not be underestimated.  

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