Spain vs Scotland Euro 2024 qualifying live stream: Tips, odds, team news and predictions
Spain and Scotland face off in a Euro 2024 qualifier on Thursday at 7:45pm (UK time).
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Spain vs Scotland odds
So impressive have they been in this qualifying run that Scotland now need just one more win to confirm their place at Euro 2024. Steve Clarke’s side are top of Group A with a perfect record after five matches, scoring 12 goals and conceding just once. Spain, meanwhile, are second on nine points but have played one game less than the Scots, who are the only side to beat them so far. A win here would leave them in a very commanding position to take the second qualification spot.
Spain vs Scotland predictions
Spain vs Scotland: Predictions
|BTTS?||No||4/6 with BetGoodwin|
|Correct Score||Spain 2-0 Scotland||5/1 with BetGoodwin|
|First Goalscorer||Alvaro Morata||N/A|
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The stats behind our Spain vs Scotland predictions:
- These two teams have conceded just four goals combined in qualifying so far.
- Spain are unbeaten in four since losing to Scotland with a 15-2 aggregate scoreline.
- Alvaro Morata is Spain’s top scorer in qualifying with three goals.
Spain vs Scotland match tip
Spain’s last 14 goals across all competitions have been equally split between the first and second halves.
Spain vs Scotland team news
Oihan Sancet and Fran Garcia could make their debuts for Spain in this window, but Cesar Azpilicueta, Jose Gaya, Alex Baena, Abel Ruiz, Marco Asensio and Dani Olmo are all missing from the previous squad for various reasons.
Elliot Anderson is yet to decide whether he wants to represent England or Scotland so is not present in the squad, while Kieran Tierney is out injured.
“Elliot is a young man making his way in the game,” Clarke said of Anderson. “He’s got a big decision to make international-wise. So let’s just give the boy a little bit of time and space to make that decision.
“He left the last camp and we haven’t spoken since. I haven’t picked him for this camp. I move on and work with the players I’ve got.”
Spain vs Scotland head-to-head record
- 28/03/23 – Scotland 2-0 Spain – Euro Qualifying
- 11/10/11/ – Spain 3-1 Scotland – Euro Qualifying
- 12/10/10 – Scotland 2-3 Spain – Euro Qualifying
- 03/09/04 – Spain 1-1 Scotland – International Friendly
- 27/04/88 – Spain 0-0 Scotland – International Friendly
Scotland’s win over Spain in March was their first since 1984 and only their fourth in 14 all-time meetings between these two nations.