Stadium: Hampden Park (Glasgow)
Referee: Sandro Schaerer
In the first game of the qualifying tournament the Spanish national team left no chance to the team of Norway, smashing it on their field with a score of 3:0. In an away meeting with Scotland, the Spaniards will also win with confidence?Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
The Scottish team began the qualifying tournament with a home match against group outsider Cyprus. As expected, the Scots had no problems, scoring three unanswered goals against the Cypriots. John McGinn and Scott McTominay were the scorers, making the double. This was Scotland's fourth straight home win. Before that, the team, which since 2019 has been led by Steve Clark, beat Armenia, Ukraine, and Ireland 7:1 overall in the League of Nations.
After the unsuccessful World Cup, Spain got a new head coach. Now the national team is headed by the former youth national team coach Luis de la Fuente. In the first game under the new coach, the Spaniards beat the team of Norway 3:0 on their field. The goals were scored by Dani Olmo and an experienced Espanyol forward, Joselu, who made a double. It was an excellent start to the qualifying round, with the Spaniards being the unqualified favorite in their group. Recall that, besides teams from Scotland and Norway, Spain will face teams from Georgia and Cyprus.
Expert Betting Tips
The Scots are very strong on their field and have scored at least once in the last nine home matches. And the opponents for Scotland in this segment were not only average and weak teams but also, for example, a very powerful national team of Denmark. Why don't the Scots extend this excellent streak in the game with Spain? The Spaniards, with their new coach, as the match with Norway, has demonstrated, plan to play attacking football. We're betting on a Scottish goal and expect a generally productive game, as the Spaniards will probably score too, possibly more than once.
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