Euro 2012 ESPN2 TV Soccer Betting Matchup Previews for Saturday

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The final game of Group A is scheduled for Saturday as we have two outstanding Euro 2012 soccer matches televised nationally providing watch and wagering opportunities for bettors. The action begins at 2:30PM Eastern Time

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At 2:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV it will be Greece facing Russia. The current goal spread has Russia favored by -1/2 goal with Greece the underdog at +1/2 goal. The goal over under is lined at 2 ½ goals with the under favored by -135 odds and the take back at the over is set at +105 odds. Those betting the soccer money line will find Russia the -141 favorite with the tie at +230 odds and Greece the underdog at +347 odds. When betting the soccer money lines should the game land in a draw bets on Russia and Greece will be graded as losses. Russia leads Group A entering Saturday with 4 points and goal differential of +3 goals. After a 4-1 win against the Czech Republic the Russians drew with Poland 1-1 on Tuesday. Greece is in last place in Group A and has a goal differential of -1 goal. A win or tie will advance Russia to the knockout stages. Greece is still mathematically alive for knockout stages but odds are rather slim. Greece tied Poland 1-1 in game one and dropped a 2-1 decision to Czech Republic on Tuesday.

Over on ESPN2 at 2:30PM Eastern Time it will be Poland battling the Czech Republic. Poland is favored in this Group A contest at -1/2 goal with the Czech Republic returning +1/2 goal. The goal over under came in at 2 ½ goals with the under favored at -135 odds and the take back on the over at +105 odds. Money line bettors in this Euro 2012 group contest will find Poland the +118 odds favored with the return on Czech Republic at +190 odds with the tie returning +226 odds. A tie when betting money lines will mean wagers placed on Czech Republic or Poland will be graded as losses. Czech Republic sits in second place in Group A with three points with Poland in third place with two points. A win advances each team in the knockout stages. A tie will eliminate Poland.

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