Scotland and the Czech Republic will play against on Monday at Hampden Park. The Scotland team will be eager to get off to the best possible start in Group D of the European Championship. In this football match, Steve Clarke’s team will be aiming for a crucial three points. Here’s what you should know about Scotland vs Czech Republic prediction and lineup.
Scotland lineup: Marshall; Hendry, Hanley, Tierney; O’Donnell, McTominay, McGregor, McGinn, Robertson; Dykes, Adams
Adams and Lyndon Dykes were the front two last time out, and are expected to be the same, while Kieran Tierney, Andrew Robertson, Scott McTominay, and John McGinn are all anticipated to be chosen in the starting XI.
While Stephen O’Donnell is expected to start as the right-sided wing-back against the Czechs, Jack Hendry is expected to start with Grant Hanley and Tierney at the back.
In the middle of the field, Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour is an option, but in the engine room, Callum McGregor should join Premier League combination McTominay and McGinn.
Czech Republic: Vaclik; Coufal, Celustka, Kalas, Boril; Soucek, Kral; Masopust, Darida, Jankto; Schick
West Ham United’s Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek are certain starters in terms of the Czech Republic, while Tomas Kalas of Bristol City will play in the middle of the defense.
A slot in midfield has opened up because Lukas Provod has been ruled out of the competition owing to a knee injury, with Alex Kral anticipated to partner Soucek.
Vladimir Darida, the captain and most experienced player in the group, will start, while Patrik Schick of Bayer Leverkusen, who has 11 international goals, is set to receive the nod over Matej Vydra of Burnley to play in the centre-forward position.
Scotland and Czech’s republic believes this is a must-win match given the strength of the other two teams in Group D. Scotland is minor favorite and in recent friendlies, they have played some excellent football under Clarke.
The hosts could just edge it out at Hamden Park and take a huge step towards qualifying for the knockout stages of Euro 2020.
There is no way to minimize the significance of this match for both sides, yet we’re having a hard time separating them. Both have the ability to cause difficulties in the final part of the field, but it looks like it will be a cagey affair in Glasgow, so we’ll have to settle with a low-scoring tie.
Our Prediction: Scotland 1-1 Czech Republic