As Euro 2020 approaches we're getting you prepared to bet on any and all aspects of the tournament.
BetMGM offers a ton of betting options for the soccer tournament that begins on June 11 and we're previewing each group to help you make some winning wagers. After a look at Group A, Group B, and Group C it's time to check out Group D.
Odds to win group
Czech Republic (+1200)
Odds to advance to the knockout rounds
Czech Republic (-125)
June 13: England vs. Croatia
June 14: Scotland vs. Czech Republic
June 18: Croatia vs. Czech Republic
June 18: England vs. Scotland
June 22: Croatia vs. Scotland
June 22: Czech Republic vs. England
England (+500 to win Euro 2020)
How well is England going to defend? That’s the big question as it looks for its first major trophy since 1966. The England attack is stacked with Harry Kane, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho all worthy of starting spots. But center back is a big concern, especially if Harry Maguire isn’t fully fit. If Maguire and Jordan Henderson aren’t at 100 percent for the tournament, England isn’t the No. 2 favorite.
England to reach the quarterfinals (-200)
This is a much different team than the one that made the World Cup final in 2018. Luka Modric is still Croatia’s key player and Ivan Perisic will be a threat on the wing. But Ivan Rakitic has retired and just six players from that World Cup team are at the Euros. Andrej Kramaric scored 20 goals for Hoffenheim this season. If he’s in top form then Croatia could make a run once again.
England to win group and Croatia to finish second (-105)
Czech Republic (+15000)
Premier League fans will recognize Burnley’s Matej Vydra and West Ham’s Tomas Soucek. The Czechs went 5-3 in qualifying but scored just 13 goals in those eight games and had a +2 goal differential. This is the Czech Republic’s seventh consecutive Euro appearance and the team made the quarterfinals in 2012.
Czech Republic to score 1 point (+400)
The Scots enter Euro 2020 on a high after drawing 2-2 with the Netherlands on Wednesday. This is Scotland’s first European tournament since 1996 and the team features players like Liverpool’s Andy Robertson, Manchester United’s Scott McTominay and Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney. Don’t be surprised if the Scots get out of the group stage given the amount of Premier League talent on the team.
Over 2.5 goals in the group stage (+110)
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