Euro 2020 betting: Picks for Saturday's two quarterfinal games

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If you want to make some money, you should fade these picks. Here's our betting choices for the two quarterfinals on Saturday. All odds via BetMGM.

Czech Republic vs. Denmark

Noon ET, ESPN

Czech Republic (+275)

Denmark (+110)

Regulation Tie (+225)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

We’re guaranteed at least one underdog to make the semifinals out of this matchup. The Czech Republic has been a well-organized outfit throughout the tournament and has a hot striker in Patrik Schick. That’s usually a great combination in a tournament. Denmark hasn’t sat back without Christian Eriksen and has played some fun attacking soccer on its way to wins over Russia and Wales. Denmark are also the sentimental favorites here because of Eriksen, though this game looks pretty even to us.

Official picks

Regulation Tie (+225)

Under 2.5 goals (-190)

Bold bet

Czech Republic leads at half, regulation ends in tie (+1450)

Ukraine vs. England

3 p.m. ET, ABC

Ukraine (+750)

England (-250)

Regulation Tie (+350)

Over/under: 2.5 goals

While the early game looks pretty even, the later game should — should — be all England. It’s hard to say that without wondering about ghosts of England past, however. Just how will England manager Gareth Southgate set his team up for this one? He started a back three against Germany and it worked well, but England doesn’t necessarily need that much defensive cover against Ukraine. Will Kalvin Phillips start? He’s a yellow card away from a suspension and it may be prudent to rest him for the semifinals instead of risking his absence. Whatever England does, Ukraine won’t be scared. This is a team that went toe-to-toe against the Netherlands and went after Sweden in extra time after a Sweden went down a man.

Official picks

England (-250)

Under 2.5 goals (-130)

Bold bet

England to win 2-0 (+500)

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