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How to watch, what to watch for Tuesday, June 22 Euro 2021 schedule

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

Jadon Sancho of England reacts during a training session at Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground on June 20, 2021 in Burton upon Trent, England. Photo by Eddie Keogh - The FA/The FA via Getty Images

Two European Championship games are set to take place on Tuesday. The group stage will end on Wednesday, and none of the teams in Group D have secured a place in the knockout stage. Let’s take a look at the best players to watch ahead of the action.

The Czech Republic’s Patrick Schick has been surprisingly good in the tournament, and he’s played a big part in getting his team to the top of the table. He’s scored three goals on nine shots. England hasn’t given up a goal yet, though, so the 25-year-old forward will be in for a real test.

England’s defense has been sturdy, but the attack has only yielded one goal. The masses are clamoring for 21-year-old wunderkind Jadon Sancho, who’s yet to play a second in the tournament. England lacks creativity, and the Dortmund winger can provide an abundance of that in his debut.

Croatia has looked disorganized so far and hasn’t won a match. Its top creator, Luka Modric, has had a tough time getting going but is the get to unlocking the attack. The star midfielder is one of the most dangerous players in the world when he gets space and shouldn’t be counted out ahead of a must-win game.

Euro 2021 Tuesday, June 22 schedule

Scotland vs. Croatia

Time: 3 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Croatia +125, Tie +275, Scotland, +200
Total goals: 2.5 (Over -103, Under -120)

England vs. Czech Republic

Time: 3 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN2
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Czech Republic +750, Tie +280, England -195
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +125, Under -152)

Best Bet: Croatia +125

Scotland can still finish in the top two, but needs a win and a lot of help. Being 0-2 ahead of a team that’s loaded with talent in the midfield and at forward bodes well for Croatia. The Scots played up against a rival English squad, but a letdown seems very real and Croatia can still make the knockout stage with a big win and significant goal differential.

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