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

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Euro 2020 is underway and we've got the picks you need to make some money — even if you bet against us. Here are the picks you need for all three games for Sunday.

Friday, we went 1-1 on our bets. Had both of those bets been for $10, we'd have netted $2.

All odds are provided by BetMGM.

England vs. Croatia

9 a.m. ET, ESPN

England to win (-150)

Croatia to win (+450)

Tie (+270)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

This could be fun way to start Sunday. The two teams met in the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup as Croatia beat England. This is not close to the same Croatia team that beat England, however, and the English are perhaps the most talented team in the attacking third in the whole tournament. England may be vulnerable at the back with Harry Maguire’s injury issues so the over feels like a safe play here.

Official picks

Over 2.5 goals (+115)

Over 0.5. goals in each half + more than 4.5 corners in the second half (+225)

Bold bet

Phil Foden to score the first goal (+550)

Austria vs. North Macedonia

Noon ET, ESPN

Austria to win (-140)

North Macedonia to win (+475)

Tie (+240)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

This is the first game where the under feels really obvious. Neither North Macedonia nor Austria are the most dynamic teams going forward. Austria’s top player — by far — is newly minted Real Madrid star David Alaba and he’s played all over the pitch. Will he be at center back, center midfielder or at right back on Sunday? And will Scorin’ Goran Pandev get a goal for North Macedonia?

Official picks

Under 2.5 goals (-165)

Tie or North Macedonia to win (+110)

Bold bet

Both teams won’t score (+550)

Netherlands vs. Ukraine

Netherlands to win (-160)

Ukraine to win (+500)

Tie (+275)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

The Netherlands aren’t as good as they were in 2010 when they lost the World Cup final. But they’re not as bad as they were in 2018 when they missed out on the World Cup. Yeah, that’s a vast chasm. Memphis Depay is in fine form up front for the Dutch, and they’ll miss Virgil Van Dijk all tournament. Ukraine is coached by former star Andriy Shevchenko and may be one of the more underrated teams at the tournament.

Official picks

Over 2.5 goals (+115)

Both teams to score (+120)

Bold bet

Tie in the first half + Netherlands to win (+290)

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