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The second International Championships of the season is coming soon to London, United Kingdom, and there’s a ton to look out for as Pokémon TCG players across the world battle for prizes, Championship Points, and World Championships invitations.

The new Standard format makes its debut at EUIC on April 5 alongside the competitive debut of the latest Pokémon TCG expansion, Scarlet & Violet—Temporal Forces. With the field so open, the possibilities for exciting new card combinations are endless.

But with these changes, which decks will come out on top? We don’t have a Fog Crystal to see into the future (sadly, that’s rotated out due to being regulation mark “E”), but we’ve brought together a panel of experts to examine the decks that are likely to dominate in London. They’ve favored the tried-and-true archetypes from the last Standard format, but each deck will have to adapt to a new card pool to compete at EUIC.

To find out what you can expect to see when the battles begin on April 5, you can read Pokémon Co.’s full feature here.

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