Scotland vs Czech Republic Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 14.06.2021
Last updated: June 12, 2021 by Leon Marshal
On Monday, Scotland and the Czech Republic will go head-to-head in what is sure to be a tense game at the 2020 European Championship. There’s never been a better time to place your wagers on the showdown, so keep reading to find match details, predicted lineups and betting tips.
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Scotland and the Czech Republic’s first match will kick off on Monday, June 14 at 2 PM BST and can be viewed live on BBC1. The match is a home game for Scotland as it will be played at Hampden Park in Glasgow. This advantage may just be what Scotland needs, with experts predicting that this coud be anyone’s game.
Scotland Czech Republic
|Czech Republic Form:||WXLLW|
|Last Meeting:||SCO 1 – 0 CZE|
|Competition:||UEFA Euro 2020|
Scotland’s qualification for the Euro 2020 Championship has been a long time coming, and this year marks the 25th year since they last qualified. Scotland finished third in their qualifying group behind Belgium and Russia, and entered the tournament after success in the play-offs. Scotland is seen as the underdogs of Group D.
The Czech Republic has also had quite an inconsistent run on the road to the Euros. The team finished second behind England in Group A and even managed to beat England once before a brutal defeat. The team seem to struggle with away matches, having lost three of four recent on-the-road games.
The teams have faced each other nine times over the last 20 years, and the teams both have four wins and a draw to their names. However, Scotland has won the previous three matches, including a 1-0 win in the Nations League in October 2020. This has bookies confident of a tight Scottish win.
Scotland has won five of their last six matches.
Scotland won both of its last matches against the Czech Republic.
The Czech Republic has won three of their last six matches.
The Czech Republic has progressed to every Euros finals since 1996.
|Scotland (5-3-2):||Gordon, Robertson, Tierney, Cooper, Hendry, Forrest, Armstrong, McGregor, Turnbull, Dykes, Christie|
|Subs:||Marshall, McLaughlin, Gallagher, Hanley, McKenna, O’Donnell, Patterson, Taylor, Fleck, Fraser, Gilmour, McGinn, McTominay, Adams, Nisbet|
|Czech Republic (4-2-3-1):||Vaclik, Coufal, Celustka, Kalas, Boril, Kral, Soucek, Masopust, Darida, Jankto, Schick|
|Subs:||Mandous, Pavlenka, Brabec, Kaderabek, Holes, Mateju, Zima, Barak, Pesek, Sadilek, Sevcik, Hlozek, Krmencik, Pekhart, Vydra|
Conclusion & Betting Tips
Despite the fact that Scotland has consistently been successful against the Czech Republic, this is a tough game to call. Considering Scotland’s home game advantage and the Czech’s poor history at playing home games, we think that a 1-0 Scotland victory is a reasonable prediction.
Neither teams have been big scorers of a late, and the close match-up indicates that the game will produce under 2.5 goals. Four of the team’s last six showdowns have produced under 2.5 goals, and neither has been a particularly heavy-hitter against strong opponents in warm-up matches.
Another reasonable bet would be that Scotland’s Andy Robertson will be carded. The left-back has received 10 cautions in Champions League and international games. For any time goal scorer, Scotland’s John McGinn proved himself as Scotland’s top goalscorer in the qualifiers, with 7 goals to his name.
Beyond this match, it would be fair to predict that either team will qualify for the top 16. From there though, the teams will be facing tough competition and we can’t predict either going to the quarter-finals. Just make sure you make your bets before it’s too late.