Scotland take on Georgia in a Euro 2024 qualifier on Thursday evening to kick off their November international break.
Scotland have already qualified for Euro 2024 in Germany next year but top spot in Group A remains up for grabs. Steve Clarke’s side are 2nd in the table, behind Spain due to their goal difference. As a result, Scotland could do with a comfortable win over Georgia this week and can be backed to pick up the three points at 6/5 with bet365.
Scotland injury news for Georgia meeting
Ahead of facing Georgia, Scotland have a number of injury concerns they must deal with.
Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson was forced to undergo surgery after picking up an injury during the October break with Scotland, and he remains sidelined for the latest round of international games.
Elsewhere, neither Aaron Hickey nor Kieran Tierney are fit to take part for Scotland this month, while at the other end of the field, Southampton striker Che Adams has withdrawn with a groin issue.
With Che Adams sidelined, Steve Clarke will more than likely opt for Lyndon Dykes to lead the line for his side on Thursday. Back Dykes to score anytime vs Macedonia at 9/4 with bet365.