This is why it's so hard to predict, pretty much ALL the European ladies are inconsistent. Alena and Laura are probably the most consistent, but Laura consistently lands only 3 or 4 triples in the long so that doesn't tell us much.
I really like Gedevanishvilli, her jumps are huge, I don't know why she doubles a lot of them, it always looks like she has plenty of height to rotate her triples and the ones she does land are nice. Plus she's flexible and fun to watch.
I like Alena too, she also has great energy and big jumps, I think it's unlikely she won't medal, it's just hard to tell what color medal she will get.
I don't really get much from Lepisto's skating. I know the judges like it but to me she doesn't seem very artistic. Her jumps are kind of small and though her spins are fast the positions aren't great. She has good stroking skills and speed though.
Korpi. Yeah, she won a medal this GP season but she didn't really deserve it in my opinion. I think a lot of her success has to do with how pretty she is. She also has good stroking like Lepisto though.
Polykio has had a very bad season with her injury, I don't think she'll medal. At SA she really was skating pretty poorly and looked to be in a lot of pain.
Meier is in the same situation as Poykio, injured, and seems to be suffering from it. Maybe she'll bounce back in time.
Carolina is one of the favorites, and because it's Euros she can still medal/win without being spectacular. She needs to keep it decently clean though, which shouldn't be a problem in the short but will be tougher in the long. Her programs are really nice this year though.
I was thinking maybe Elena Glebova could be a spoiler? She has that nice triple-triple combo and looked pretty good at SA