Scotland face Czech Republic in euro group d, this Monday evening in Baku. The two teams have faced each other in the First Nations League, with an advantage for Scotland, who won it at home and back. This will be their first duel in the final stages of a major competition.
Scotland will return to the Euro finals after a 25-year absence, but will face the Czech Republic, which have always existed for the last quarter of a century. The two opponents have faced each other nine times in their history. Each team has 4 wins to a draw. However, it is Scotland that is the favorite to win all of the last three meetings. Their last defeat against the Czech Republic was in the Euro Qualifier in October 2010.
In Euro appearances, Scotland are their third place since the first time in 1996 with 6 games, 2 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses. For their part, the Czech Republic find themselves in their seventh consecutive final since their debut in the tournament in 1996. On record, the Czechs reached the finals in 1996 and the semi-finals in 2004. He also played the eighth three times. Meanwhile Scotland never made it past the group stage.
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