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

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Euro 2020 is underway and we've got the picks you need to make some money on Monday. We're currently 6-of-9 through the first two days of the tournament on official picks and are up $38.14 if all bets were $10. 

All odds are provided by BetMGM.

Scotland vs. Czech Republic

9 a.m. ET, ESPN

Scotland (+195)

Czech Republic (+165)

Tie (+200)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Neither team is a significant favorite in this game. That makes sense. But we’re leaning toward Scotland here. While the Czech Republic may be a slightly deeper squad than Scotland, the Scots have better top-end talent. Kieran Tierney and Andy Robertson may be the best fullback pairing in the tournament and Scott McTominay has become a reliable player for Manchester United in the midfield.

Official picks

Scotland to win (+195)

Under 2.5 goals (-200)

Bold bet

Tied in the first half + Scotland win (+500)

Poland vs. Slovakia

Noon ET, ESPN

Poland (-120)

Slovakia (+400)

Tie (+230)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Robert Lewandowski is the star of this one. The Poland striker is the best finisher in the world and scored an incredible 41 goals in 29 appearances in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich this season. But his Bayern teammates are far more talented than his fellow national team members. Can Lewandowski get the help he typically gets? Even one Lewandowski goal may be good enough to win this game. Nothing stands out about this Slovakia team — as evidenced by their high odds to win a game against an opponent who isn’t a world-beater.

Official picks

Under 1.5 goals (+165)

Both teams won’t score (-155)

Bold bet

Karol Swiderski to receive a yellow card (+550)

Spain vs. Sweden

3 p.m. ET, Monday

Spain (-225)

Sweden (+675)

Tie (+333)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Spain’s training before this game was disrupted as Sergio Busquets tested positive for COVID-19. Rodri will likely replace him at the base of Spain’s midfield. This is an extremely talented Sweden squad even without Zlatan Ibrahimovic. And his absence may not be a bad thing for the future of the Swedish national team. Spain is a heavy favorite, but don’t be surprised if Sweden makes this one tense.

Official picks

Over 2.5 goals (-105)

Both teams to score (+120)

Bold bet

Sweden to win and both teams to score (+1450)

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