ITV are thumping BBC in the battle of the Euro 2020 broadcasters having shown more than DOUBLE the number of goals.
Both broadcasters have shown six games apiece with the first round of group-stage fixtures in the books.
The BBC appeared to have landed the biggest games, showing the first game of the ceremony – Italy's 3-0 win over Turkey – and the opening ceremony.
They also showed England, Scotland and Wales' opening fixtures.
But ITV have certainly been the luckier of the broadcasters in terms of excitement.
While the six games on the Beeb have seen just nine goals shown – just 1.5 per game – ITV viewers have been treated to 19.
That's a staggering 3.2 goals per game.
While the BBC has endured goal-shy matches such as England's 1-0 win over Croatia and Spain's 0-0 draw with Sweden, ITV have seen net-busters galore.
In just six games, they have already shown Holland's thrilling 3-2 win over Ukraine and Austria's 3-1 victory over North Macedonia.
On top of that, ITV have seen a further three games boasting three goals apiece, including Portugal's 3-0 win over Hungary on Tuesday.
June 11 – Turkey 3-0 Italy
June 12 – Wales 1-1 Switzerland
June 12 – Denmark 0-1 Finland
June 13 – England 1-0 Croatia
June 14 – Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic
June 14 – Spain 0-0 Sweden
TOTAL GOALS = 9
GOALS PER GAME = 1.5
June 12 – Belgium 3-0 Russia
June 13 – Austria 3-1 North Macedonia
June 13 – Holland 3-2 Ukraine
June 14 – Poland 1-2 Slovakia
June 15 – Hungary 0-3 Portugal
June 15 – France 1-0 Germany
TOTAL GOALS = 19
GOALS PER GAME = 3.2
Next up for the BBC is the Group B clash between Finland and Russia at 2pm.
After that, Wales face Turkey at 5pm in their second Group A showdown.
ITV have just one game on Wednesday – the 8pm kick-off between Italy and Switzerland.
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