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How to watch, what to watch for Monday, June 14 Euro 2021 schedule

We take a look at how to watch and what to watch for during Monday’s group stage play at UEFA’s European Championship.

Robert Lewandowski of Poland during a Poland squad training session ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Championships at Polsat Plus Arena Gdansk on June 11, 2021 in Gdansk, Poland. Photo by ADAM NURKIEWICZ/Getty Images

Final scores

Czech Republic 2, Scotland 0
Slovakia 2, Poland 1
Spain 0, Sweden 0


Day four of the 2020 UEFA European Championship will begin on Monday and feature a trio of games that will start in the morning and run through the early afternoon. Scotland and the Czech Republic will face off in the first match of the day before the Poland-Slovakia and Spain-Sweden matches wrap up the action.

Scotland’s star to watch is Liverpool fullback Andy Robertson. The 27-year-old creates chances frequently by crossing balls in from open play and corners. His pinpoint accuracy will be a real problem for any defense he faces.

Poland’s Robert Lewandowski will command plenty of attention against Slovakia. The Bayern Munich striker leads his country with 66 international goals and has led the Bundesliga in scoring for four straight years. His clinical finishing hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down.

Most of Spain’s top players are defenders, but there are also a few midfielders worth keeping an eye on. Manchester City’s Rodri is defensive-minded but should orchestrate a solid number of Spain’s attacks from the center while making physical tackles as well.

Euro 2021 Monday, June 14 schedule

Scotland vs. Czech Republic

Time: 8:30 a.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN+
Moneyline: Scotland +200, Czech Republic +170, Tie +195
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +155, Under -190)

Poland vs. Slovakia

Time: 11:30 a.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN+
Moneyline: Poland -118, Slovakia +420, Tie +2250
Total goals: 2.5 (Over -180, Under +148)

Spain vs. Sweden

Time: 2:30 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN+
Moneyline: Sprain -220, Sweden +700, Tie +325
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +106, Under -127)

Best Bet: Poland -118

Poland isn’t a great team by any means, but it has a world-class finisher leading its attack and Slovakia doesn’t have any player comparable. Poland’s defense isn't great, but it does have more than one quality keeper on call. Slovakia lacks a true striker and will need one to compete.

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