It is day four of Euro 2020 and there are three fixtures taking place as Scotland host Czech Republic at Hampden Park before the action gets underway in Group E, with Poland taking on Slovakia and Spain squaring-up with Sweden.

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Scotland vs Czech Republic Betting Tips

(Monday, 14:00)

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Scotland completed a Nations League double over Czech Republic at the end of 2020, winning 2-1 in Olomouc in September before following up with a gritty 1-0 success at Hampden Park a month later.

And, again armed with home advantage in Glasgow, Scotland are fancied to complete a hat-trick of successes over the Czechs in their Group D opener.

The quality is growing in the Tartan Army’s ranks as the presence of Premier League quartet Andrew Robertson, Scott McTominay, Kieran Tierney and John McGinn suggests, and belief in the camp is also on the rise, too.

Steve Clarke’s side have lost only two of their last 16 matches - both defeats were 1-0 reverses in Slovakia and Israel - and they showed a strong mentality to book their spot at this summer’s showpiece after coming through two penalty shootouts against Israel and Serbia.

The Czechs suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Wales in March's World Cup qualifier, which was their last competitive fixture, and the absences of influential pair Ondrej Kudela and Lukas Provod could leave them vulnerable in Glasgow.

Poland vs Slovakia Betting Tips

(Monday, 17:00)

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Slovakia look the weakest link in Group E and while there appears to be a shortage of attacking talent in their ranks, Poland are spearheaded by Bayern Munich’s prolific forward Robert Lewandowski.

The Slovaks have their strong defensive foundations to thank for sealing their spot at Euro 2020, as they upset Ireland on penalties at home in their opening playoff win before overcoming Northern Ireland in extra-time at Windsor Park.

But the lack of a recognised goalscorer is going to prove problematic against stronger opposition and they have failed to score in five of their last 11 internationals.

One goal may be enough to pinch it for the Poles, who have deployed more aggressive tactics since recently appointing Portuguese manager Paulo Sousa.

Slovakia, who have won only two of their last 13 internationals in regulation time, are ranked 36th in Fifa’s World Rankings, while Poland find themselves rated far superior in 21st.

Spain vs Sweden Betting Tips

(Monday, 20:00)

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Spain have the advantage of playing in front of home support in Seville, which should enhance their winning prospects, but Sweden are improving and capable of playing their part.

The Swedes are without injured talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but they have unearthed some new attacking gems with impressive Real Sociedad forward Alexander Isak leading the charge.

Sweden, who were shock quarter-finalists at the World Cup three years ago, have won each of their last five matches and have netted in each of their seven games.

This pair played out a 1-1 draw in Solna in the latest of their two qualifying matches for Euro 2020 and Spain have had their tournament preparations impacted by a number of Covid-19 cases in camp.

Even so, La Roja have conceded in six of their last eight games and they are not the dominant force they once were. Both teams to score looks a good bet.

Monday's Football Accumulator Betting Tips

1. Scotland draw no bet - BET NOW
2. Poland to win - BET NOW
3. Spain vs Sweden - both teams to score - BET NOW

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