Euro 2020 betting: Picks for all of Saturday's group stage games

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Euro 2020 really gets going on Saturday, June 12 with three games. Wales and Switzerland play the second game of Group A before Group B gets its first games in after that. Here are the picks you need for all three games. 

All odds are provided by BetMGM.

Wales vs. Switzerland

9 a.m. ET, ESPN

Wales to win (+300)

Switzerland to win (+115)

Tie (+200)

Over/Under: 1.5 goals

You may remember the run Wales went on in the 2016 Euros. Wales won Group B ahead of England and then beat Northern Ireland and Belgium to reach the semifinals. The Welsh are dreaming of a run like that again and, well, a win is probably necessary Saturday for it to happen. Switzerland is a solid team and made the Round of 16 in Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup. But the Swiss aren’t that much better than Wales. If they’re better at all.

Official picks

Tie (+200)

Over 1.5 goals (-185)

Both teams to score (+135)

Bold bet

Switzerland to lead at halftime, game to finish in a tie (+1250)

Denmark vs. Finland

Noon ET, ESPN

Denmark to win (-225)

Finland to win (+700)

Tie (+320)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Denmark became one of the most popular dark horse bets to win the tournament over the last two weeks and you can understand why. The Danes are clearly the No. 2 team in Group B and will face the No. 2 team from Group A if they finish second. With Kasper Schmeichel in goal, a strong defense and Christian Eriksen playing the No. 10, this is one of the most solid teams in the center of the pitch. Finland, meanwhile, is counting on Teemu Pukki to continue the goal per game pace he had in qualifying.

Official picks

Denmark to win and under 2.5 goals (+180)

Denmark to win to nil (+100)

Bold bet

Denmark wins 2-0 (+525)

Belgium vs. Russia

3 p.m. ET, ESPN

Belgium to win (-140)

Russia to win (+400)

Tie (+270)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Belgium is the No. 1 team in the world according to FIFA’s rankings, though the Belgians will likely be without star midfielder Kevin de Bruyne. That shouldn’t be an issue on Saturday afternoon, though this is a Russian team that could overperform once again. Russia knocked Spain out of the World Cup in 2018 after scoring just a single point at Euro 2016. This should be an easy win and Belgium should be at the top of the group with Denmark after the first day.

Official picks

Belgium (-140)

Belgium to lead at half and win (+155)

Bold bet

Belgium to win 2-0 (+725)

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