Scottish football fans have had to wait 25 years to see their national team play in the European Championships, but on Monday, 14 June, the time will finally come again! Scotland were able to qualify for the 2021 European Football Championship through the newly created UEFA Nations League and will be able to play their first game against the Czech Republic at home at Hampden Park in Glasgow. The arena has approximately 17,000 fans recruited live on the site. The game starts at 3 pm.
Scotland and the Czech Republic are both considered outsiders in Group D. The first two places will probably be between England and Croatia, but since the four best group thirds also qualify for the EM 2021 Round of 16, a win in this game could be very valuable.
In our forecast for the duel between Scotland and the Czech Republic we show you who has the better cards to win, what the odds and potential lineup look like and give us betting advice.
Football fans in Germany can only watch the game on paid Magenta TV. In Austria the game is shown on ORF 1, in Switzerland on SRF 2.
All information about Scotland – Czech Republic
- date and time: Mon., June 14, 2021, at 3 pm.
- ️ Location: Hampden Park, Glasgow
- Contest: Group D EM 2021
- TV broadcast: Magenta TV, ORF 1, SRF 2
-> Zoom EM 2021 TV Plan
|Scotland vs Czech Republic Scotland on 06/14/2021|
|-> Schedule EM 2021|
|44th place||fifa world ranking||40th place|
|4/1/4||Direct Balance Sheet (s/u/n)||4/1/4|
|U – U – S – U – S ️||present form||s – u – n – n – s ️|
|€269.85 million||frame work||190 million €|
|A. Robertson (€65 million)||most valuable Player||T. Sousek (€40 million)|
|Jay McGinn (10 tore)||highest scorer||P. Schick (10 goals)|
|steve clark||trainer||Jaroslav Silhavi|
|+++ Our Tip +++|
|1: 1 tie|
Odds and Tips for Scotland – Czech Republic
If you take a look at Euro 2020 odds, you cannot see the clear favorites in the match between Scotland and Czech Republic. Both teams get almost the same odds for a win. Both teams are also tied in the world football rankings (Scotland 44th and Czech Republic 40th).
And the upright balance is also perfectly balanced. There have been nine duels between Scotland and the Czech Republic so far, with the Scots winning four times and the Czechs winning four times. One game ended in a draw.
* Circumstances may change continuously.
However, the recent past speaks more for the Scottish national team. Head coach Steve Clarke’s team won the last three doubles matches against the Czech Republic and the international match is still unbeaten in 2021. On the other hand, the Czechs managed to win the Test match against Albania 3–1, but they lost 4–0 against Italy.
In our forecast, we still expect a very close game, but we are betting that both teams will score and the game will eventually end in a 1-1 draw.
Possible lineups from Scotland and the Czech Republic
Marshall – Tierney, McKenna, Hanley – Robertson, McTominay, McGinn, O’Donnell – McGregor, Christie – Dykes
Vaiklik – Boril, Selustka, Kalas, Kaufal – Sausek, Kral – Janko, Darida, Vyadra – Shik
last direct couple
- Scotland 1-0 Czech Republic (Nation League 2020/21)
- Czech Republic 1-2 Scotland (Nation League 2020/21)
- Czech Republic 0-1 Scotland (Friendly, 2016)
final game scotland
- Luxembourg 0-1 Scotland (Test match, 06/06/21)
- Scotland 2-2 Netherlands (Test match, 06/02/21)
- Scotland 4-0 Faroe Islands (World Cup 2022 quali, 31/03/21)
Czech Republic final matches
- Czech Republic 3-1 Albania (Test match, 6/8/21)
- Italy 4-0 Czech Republic (Test match, 6/4/21)
- Wales 1-0 Czech Republic (World Cup 2022 quali, 03/30/21)
Table – Group D of EM 2021
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Scottish EM Squad
tor: Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian), David Marshall (Derby County), John McLaughlin (Rangers)
Defence: Liam Cooper (Leeds United), Declan Gallagher (Motherwell), Grant Hanley (Norwich), Jack Hendry (Celtic), Scott McKenna (Nottingham Forest), Stephen O’Donnell (Motherwell), Nathan Patterson (Rangers), Andy Robertson ( Liverpool), Greg Taylor (Celtic), Kieran Tierney (Arsenal)
midfield: Stuart Armstrong (Southampton), Ryan Christie (Celtic), John Fleck (Sheffield United), Billy Gilmour (Chelsea), John McGregor (Aston Villa), Callum McGregor (Celtic), Scott McTominay (Manchester United), David Turnbull (Celtic) ) )
Attack: Che Adams (Southampton), Lyndon Dykes (QPR), James Forrest (Celtic), Ryan Fraser (Newcastle United), Kevin Nisbet (Hibernian)
— Scottish FA (@ScottishFA) May 19, 2021
Czech EM 2021 Team
tor: Ales Mandaus (Sigma Olmütz), Jiri Pavlenka (Werder Bremen), Tomas Vklik (FC Sevilla)
Defence: Jan Boril (Slavia Prague), Jakob Brebek (Victoria Pilsen), Ondrej Selustka (Sparta Prague), Vladimir Kaufal (West Ham United), Pavel Kaderabek (TSG Hoffenheim), Tomas Kalas (Bristol City), Ales Mateju (Brescia Calcio) David Zima (Slavia Prague)
midfield: Antonin Barak (Hellas Verona), Vladimir Darida (Hertha BSc), Adam Holozek (Sparta Prague), Tomas Holes (Slavia Prague), Jakob Jankto (Sampdoria Genua), Alex Kraal (Spartak Moscow), Lukas Mesopst (Slavia Prague), Jakob Pesek (Sloven Liberec), Tomas Sousek (West Ham United), Petr evi (Slavia Prague), Michal Sadilek (Sloven Liberec)
AttackMichael Kremencik (PAOK Thessaloniki), Tomas Peckert (Legia Warschau), Patrick Schick (Bayer Leverkusen), Matej Vydra (FC Burnley)
— Czech football team (@ceskarepre_eng) May 25, 2021
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