anyone's game

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anyone's game

A game that anyone could potentially win (because neither person or side has an advantage). It's anyone's game—all we need is one goal to get the win!
See also: game

anyone's game

an evenly balanced contest.
See also: game
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It was going to be anybody's game but it was Lockerbie that came out on top after some very exciting games to finish 21 shots up.
But that's the speed disciplines -- it's anybody's game all the way to the end because the course stays in such good shape.
Though I lost in the finals, but there were really good matches and it was anybody's game at the end of the day because it was really very close, both in World championship as well as Dubai Open.
Though I lost in the finals, there were really good matches and it was anybody's game at the end of the day.
There are so many great players in this tournament and it is anybody's game," the veteran Hohmann, with over 25 years experience in the game, said.
It's anybody's game but I think my chances are good in his course even against the foreign aces,' said Mondilla who, with Carlos, had also pointed at the wind as a big factor to one's title bid in the event organized by Pilipinas Golf Tournaments, Inc.
At half-time it was 8-7 in the visitors favour and looked like it could be anybody's game.
It was anybody's game for almost 30 minutes of the match but El Jaish stepped up their efforts in the third and fourth quarters to retain the trophy and win a whopping million riyals as prize money.
Right now it's anybody's game though Apple and Google have the advantage of controlling the phones and tablets used to control all those smart devices.
It appears to be anybody's game at this point, though, according Ubaghs.
Both teams shared the spotlight early on and it was looking like anybody's game until the visitors stepped on the gas towards the end of the first half.
It was still anybody's game at the half despite numerous attacks from both teams.
The second period was anybody's game until Sunlight made the breakthrough with twenty minutes remaining, thanks to a smart finish from Andy Grimes.
Raith gaffer Grant Murray said: "If it goes to extra–time it's anybody's game so we're pleased to have got there.
We are not going to take Sri Lanka lightly because on such wickets especially, it could be anybody's game.