Euro 2020 betting: Picks for all of Tuesday'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 Tuesday as Group F completes the first round of group stage games. We briefly fell into the red after four straight official pick losses on Saturday but are back in the black after winning both of our bets in the last game. We've hit on 8 of 15 bets so far and have made just over $20.

All odds are provided by BetMGM. All official pick bet results are calculated as a $10 wager.

Hungary vs. Portugal

Noon ET, ESPN

Hungary (+675)

Portugal (-225)

Tie (+333)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

Is this Cristiano Ronaldo’s last major international tournament? Ronaldo is certain to start up front for Portugal as it goes for back-to-back Euro titles. Portugal would be in a much better position to advance to the knockout rounds in any other group, but with France and Germany also in Group F, a win against Hungary is imperative here. That should happen. If it doesn’t, Portugal could be in some serious trouble.

Official picks

Under 2.5 goals (-125)

Portugal to win to nil (+110)

Bold bet

Diego Jota to score (+450)

France vs. Germany

3 p.m. ET, ESPN

France (+165)

Germany (+180)

Tie (+220)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

These two titans meet in the group stage in a matchup we’re typically used to seeing in the semifinals. France is the best all-around team at the tournament and the favorite to win it all. Germany has talent but has had some trouble putting all of the ingredients together for a viable team in recent months. We’re fascinated by how these teams will approach the game. All three of France, Germany and Portugal can get out of the group stage with enough points. How aggressive are France and Germany to go for a win?

Official picks

Over 2.5 goals (+105)

Both teams to score (-125)

Bold bet

Germany leads at half, game ends in a tie (+1150)

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