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How to watch, what to watch for Monday, June 21 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.

Artem Dzyuba (22) of Russia seen warming up before the...
Artem Dzyuba of Russia seen warming up before the European championship EURO 2020 between Russia and Finland at Gazprom Arena.
Photo by Maksim Konstantinov/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Monday’s Euro slate features the final group matches from Groups B and C, with the latter playing in the early slot before Group B takes over at 3 p.m. ET. With four matches to take in, soccer fans and bettors will have plenty to check out here.

Ukraine and Austria will square off first with the winner securing qualification to the knockout stage. A draw would see Ukraine through due to superior goals for. Netherlands has locked up the top spot in the group, but will look to keep things going against North Macedonia.

Russia will be fighting for a knockout spot when it meets Denmark. The Danes need a win to have any shot at qualifying through the third-place process, but will need help there too. Russia can advance to the knockout round with a win and Finland either losing or drawing against Belgium. Finland, due to superior goal differential, can advance to the knockout round with a win. Russia would need to score three more goals than Finland to have a better goal differential.

Euro 2021 Sunday, June 21st schedule

Ukraine vs. Austria

Time: 12 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Ukraine +270, Tie -113, Austria +320
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +210, Under -275)

Netherlands vs. North Macedonia

Time: 12 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN2
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Netherlands -385, Tie +440, North Macedonia +1150
Total goals: 2.5 (Over -195, Under +155)

Russia vs. Denmark

Time: 3 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Russia +390, Tie +290, Denmark -139
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +100, Under -122)

Belgium vs. Finland

Time: 3 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN2
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Belgium -305, Tie +410, Finland +950
Total goals: 2.5 (Over -109, Under -110)

Best Bet: Russia +390

Denmark has had an unfortunate run at the tournament after star Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest in the first match and collapsed on the pitch. He was stabilized at a hospital shortly after, but Denmark’s players were never the same. Russia will be fighting to get a knockout spot and needs a win. It will be the more desperate team and has great value for bettors at +390.

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