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Scotland Euro 2024 Betting Offers, Odds and Predictions


We have a range of Euro 2024 betting offers, enhanced odds and betting tips available across every team as we build up to the tournament in Germany. This page will feature everything you need to know about Scotland in the build-up and throughout the tournament, as we offer regular tips and the latest odds ahead of each game.

Scotland have now qualified for back-to-back European Championships, following a memorable qualification campaign that saw them beat Spain at Hampden and Norway in Oslo.

This will be the Tartan Army’s 12th appearance at a major tournament but, to date, they’ve never gone beyond the group phase, and here is everything you need to know about Scotland at Euro 2024.

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We will bring you the latest Scotland Euro 2024 betting offers, enhanced odds and tips across the tournament when it kicks off on June 14.

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Scotland Euro 2024 Top Tip

Scotland have only ever won six of 32 matches at World Cups and Euros, never getting out of their group, a fact we do not see this team changing in Germany.

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Scotland to be eliminated in the group stages

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Euro 2024 Odds

Here is a look at the latest odds for Euro 2024 outright winners:

TeamOdds
England3/1
France4/1
Germany11/2
Portugal8/1
Spain8/1
Italy14/1
Belgium16/1
Netherlands16/1
Croatia40/1
Denmark40/1
Turkey50/1
Switzerland66/1
Serbia80/1
Austria80/1
Hungary80/1
Scotland100/1
Ukraine100/1
Czech Republic150/1
Poland150/1
Romania200/1
Slovenia250/1
Albania500/1
Georgia500/1
Slovakia500/1

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Scotland′s Road to Qualification

Since Steve Clarke’s appointment as manager in May 2019, Scotland have been a team on the up, ending their 23-year exile from major tournaments at Euro 2020, before also reaching the World Cup play-offs, those dreams shattered by Ukraine.

Then, after securing promotion to Nations League A in 2022, everything came together in the qualification cycle for this tournament, with Scotland securing victories that’ll live in the memory for ever.

Amazingly, the Dark Blues began a campaign with five wins out of five for the first time ever.

Scott McTominay sleighing Spain, Georgia in the pouring rain and the turnaround in Oslo, “it’s Kenny McLean”, will never be forgotten.

So, despite a controversial defeat in Sevilla back in October, the Tartan Army could celebrate qualification with two games to spare, something that is unprecedented for a side synonymous with glorious failure.

Since then however, the usual Scottish psyche of pessimism has returned, with the team currently winless in seven matches, albeit inconsequential ones, following friendly defeats to Netherlands and Northern Ireland in March.

Nevertheless, there is still excitement about the summer, not least because Clarke’s side will be involved in the tournament’s opening game, taking on Germany in Munich.

This’ll be Scotland’s first Euros match played outside the UK since 18 June 1992, a gap of 11,684 days, dating back to a 3-0 hammering of the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) in Norrköping, the team playing in place of the Soviet Union back then.

With games to come against Switzerland and Hungary after that, it certainly won’t be easy, but this team have shown they are capable of springing a surprise.

When are Scotland′s Euro 2024 games?

  • Group A - Germany vs Scotland, 14 June
  • Group A - Scotland vs Switzerland, 19 June
  • Group A - Scotland vs Hungary, 23 June

Scotland′s Road to the Final

Round of 16

  • If Scotland top Group A: they would face the runners-up from Group C in Dortmund on 29 June, taking on one of England, Denmark, Serbia or Slovenia.
  • If Scotland come second in Group A: they would face the runners-up from Group B in Berlin on 29 June, taking on one of Spain, Italy, Croatia or Albania.
  • If Scotland advance in third in Group A: they would face the group winners from B, E or F.

Quarter-finals

  • If Scotland top Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face Spain in Stuttgart on 5 July.
  • If Scotland come second in Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face England in Düsseldorf on 6 July.

Semi-finals

  • If Scotland top Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face Portugal in Munich on 9 July.
  • If Scotland come second in Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face France in Dortmund on 10 July.

Final

  • If Scotland top Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face France.
  • If Scotland come second in Group A: we’re projecting that they’ll face Portugal.
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Scotland’s Key Players

Andrew Robertson- Captain Andy Robertson currently has 69 caps to his name, sat joint-eighth alongside David Weir and Kenny Miller in the all-time list, set to captain his country at the Euros this summer, chasing Kenny Dalglish’s record of 102.

One of the great success stories of the Steve Clarke era has been getting the maximum out of Kieran Tierney alongside Robertson, with this team at their best when these two are overlapping one-another and fully in tandem.

Robertson’s club season has been blighted by injuries suffered on international duty, first sustaining a shoulder issue at la Cartuja in October, before hobbling off against Northern Ireland in March, although this thankfully wasn’t at all serious.

Scotland will need their skipper to be on top form come the summer, because he is a massive difference maker at both ends of the field.

Scott McTominay- Scott McTominay was the real star of Euro qualifying, with only Romelu Lukaku, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappé and Harry Kane scoring more than his seven goals, not bad company to keep.

The Manchester United midfielder bagged braces against Cyprus and Spain at Hampden, as well as netting home and away against Georgia whilst also finding the target Larnaca, which was remarkable considering he’d only scored once at international level beforehand.

Largely due to the fact Scotland don’t have very good centre-backs, Clarke had been previously deploying McTominay as part of the back five, tasked with bringing the ball out of defence, making his rebirth as a free-scoring, box-crashing goal-scorer all the more surprising, but he is now undroppable in that position.

John McGinn- The top-scorer in this squad, by some distance, is Super John McGinn, as he’s officially known north of Hadrian’s Wall, with only five men in the history of the Scottish national team having scored more than his 18 goals.

Ally McCoist (19), Lawrie Reilly (22) and Hughie Gallacher (24) are all in his sights, while the joint-record holders Kenny Dalglish and Denis Law, both on 30, might just be safe for now.

At club level too, McGinn’s game has gone to another level this season, part of an Aston Villa side on the up, scoring eight times in all competitions, set to sample Champions League football for the first time come September, but desperate to make an impact at the Euros beforehand.

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Ben Gray

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