Eve Muirhead's Scotland are the only women's rink yet to lose a match ©WCF/Steve Seixeiro

Scotland's dream start to the European Curling Championships continued in Lillehammer today, with the nation's women and men both winning two games and both now the only unbeaten team in their respective tournaments.

The Scottish women beat Germany 9-5 in their first match of the day at Håkons Hall, a 1994 Winter Olympic venue, ending the Germans' unbeaten start to the competition.

Eve Muirhead's rink then won 10-3 against Estonia in the late window to make it five wins from five.

Reigning champions Sweden also had a good day, collecting two wins.

Italy were Anna Hasselborg's rink's first victims, falling 5-3, before the Swedes beat world champions Switzerland 8-3.

Sweden, Switzerland, Russia and Turkey all now have three wins, with Germany second on four and Scotland leading the way with their perfect record.

Denmark and Estonia are the only of the 10 teams yet to win.

In the men's contest, Scotland thrashed the Dutch 9-2 and then beat Germany 10-5 to stay unbeaten and top of the pile.

Sweden, who beat the host nation and Switzerland today, are one game back in second place, with Denmark and Norway tied for third place with three wins apiece.

The European Championships continue tomorrow and four more round-robin matches are scheduled per team, to decide semi-finalists.