Group F picks & predictions

The final matches of Euro 2020 Group D take place on Tuesday, June 22 and is proud to provide a wide variety of Croatia-Scotland odds, props, tasers, and daily specials Both Croatia and Scotland are down to their final gasps of Euro 2020 air. A loss by either team, or a draw, would result in elimination from the tournament. Croatia will go through to the knockout round with a win against Scotland and if the Czech Republic loses to England (goal differential). Croatia could also qualify as one of the best third-place teams with a win against Scotland and a England loss or England-Czech Republic draw. Scotland can advance to the knockout round with a win over Croatia and a loss by England (goal differential). Longtime writer Rob Dauster, the co-founder of The Field of 68 Podcast Network is here break down the Croatia-Scotland odds for June 22 and provides insight on the best bets worth a wager at After checking the full list of odds, get ready to place a bet at one of the most trusted sporstsbook and online casino, BetRivers

EURO 2020 CHAMPIONSHIP ODDS: France (+390), Italy (+600), Germany (+700), Belgium (+700), Spain (+900), England (+950), Portugal (+1100), Netherlands (+1300), Denmark (+1800)

1. Czech Republic: 1-0-1 (4pts). 3 GF, 1 GA
2. England: 1-0-1 (4pts). 1 GF, 0 GA
3. Croatia: 0-1-1 (1pt). 1 GF, 2 GA
4. Scotland: 0-1-1 (1pt). 0 GF, 2 GA



CROATIA (0-1-1, 1pt) vs. SCOTLAND (0-1-1, 1pt), 3 p.m. ET
DRAW: +290
Over 2.5: -121
Under 2.5: +100
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This is where we could, in theory, end up seeing some fireworks. Scotland and Croatia are both sitting on one point through two matches. They both will be through to the knockout rounds if they can get a win on Tuesday afternoon. So this could end up being exciting.

The problem?

Neither team has appeared to have much in the tank through two matches.

Croatia looks fairly cooked. Their midfield has looked old, their strikers look washed and their only goal came when they played a quick free kick to set Ivan Perisic free on a 1-v-1. Scotland, on the other hand, has not scored in the event. They lost 2-0 to the Czech Republic despite the fact that the Czechs allowed them to post an xG of 2.31, a number I do think is inflated due to the game script. Scotland managed less than 1.0 xG in a 0-0 draw with England, and the fact that their best midfielder, the Man of the Match in the draw with England, Chelsea youngster Billy Gilmour, is out after testing positive for COVID is not going to help matters here.

The good news is that it does appear the Scots have figured out that Che Adams is their best threat going forward, and while it is less than ideal that their two best players are both LBs, Kieran Tierney and Andy Robertson will both be on the pitch on Tuesday.

This is another match where I think the under is very much in play, and since I think that the scoring will be limited, playing the dog seems to have the most value here. I like Scotland’s money line. I think Scotland (+0.25) at (-108) is probably my favorite bet here, although their draw-no-bet line is intriguing as well.

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Tuesday, June 22
3:00 p.m. ET: Croatia vs. Scotland (Group D)
3:00 p.m. ET: Czech Republic vs. England (Group D)

Wednesday, June 23:
12:00 p.m. ET: Slovakia vs. Spain (Group E)
12:00 p.m. ET: Sweden vs. Poland (Group E)
3:00 p.m. ET: Germany vs. Hungary (Group F)
3:00 p.m. ET: Portugal vs. France (Group F)