Georgia v Scotland Preview

September 3, 2015 | By

BetvictorEuro 2016 Group D Qualification on Friday Evening comes from the Boris Paichadzis Erovnuli Stadioni and features Georgia versus Scotland.

View our Betting Preview, Tips, Predictions and Match Odds for the game which can be seen Live on Sky Sports 1 High Definition with a scheduled 17:00pm (BST) Kick Off Time.

Georgia v Scotland Preview, Euro 2016 Qualification, Friday 4th September 2015.

Georgia head into this game knowing that a loss means it is no doubt all over with qualification from this group seeming ever so unlikely. Having lost five of their six qualifying games, that win over bottom of the group Gibraltar seems to only be the highlight of their EURO 2016 campaign. Even if they won their last four qualifying games leaving them on fifteen points, they would still need Scotland and the Republic of Ireland to lose all of their remaining games, which as we know is pretty unlikely.

Scotland recent draw against the Republic of Ireland didn’t see them change position in the qualifier table, but more so dropping two points behind Germany who still sit in second with a two point advantage. Fridays fixtures look to be a very exciting set of games as World Champions Germany face top of the group Poland at home. Republic of Ireland will of course role over Gibraltar which will place the pressure on Scotland to grab the win away from home against Georgia. If Germany lose on Friday night like they have already against Poland, then Scotland could place themselves above which will be an automatic qualifying position.

Georgia Team News:

Georgia have not won at home in a competitive fixture in almost three years and in that time have only managed to score one goal which is a terrible statistic to hold. Since the nations new manager Kahkaber Tshkadadze took over from Temuri Ketsbaia they have yet to score a goal or earn a point, yet seems a little harsh when his first two games in charge were away to Poland and first of all at home to World Champions Germany.

Scotland Team News:

Since Bournemouth have been promoted to the Premiership, midfielder Matt Ritchie is hoping to hold down his international position after an impressive set of games. We see Grant Hanley return from injury yet has to be careful not to pick up a booking as he will then miss the game against Germany on Monday. Striker Chris Martin and Allan McGregor have returned from injury and will no doubt play some part in both games in the coming days.

Georgia v Scotland Head to Head Statistics:

In the three games the two nations have played we see Scotland come out on top with two wins and a loss away from home. So will also need to be wary of that last statement, yet should come out victors in Georgia with them being the better team and also in some great form right now.

11/10/14 ECQ Scotland vs Georgia   1 : 0
17/10/07 ECQ Georgia vs Scotland    2 : 0
24/03/07 ECQ Scotland vs Georgia    2 : 1

Previous Average Goals Per Game Statistics

In the three games the two have played we have seen a total of six goals scored. This is going to give us an average of two goals per game and I feel it should be a good selection for Friday nights fixture in Georgia.

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Georgia v Scotland Recent Form (Left to Right)

Georgia:  L L L W L

Scotland: D W W W L

Scotland are by far the better team in form right now with three wins and a draw to their name in the last five fixtures, which only leaves the loss against England at home to hopefully forget about. Scotland are of course the clear favourites to win on Friday night and could leave them in good confidence to then face Germany on Monday.

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Georgia v Scotland Match Betting Odds Market

Georgia maybe at home on Friday night and even have beaten Scotland on home soil way back in 2007, yet are not considered the favourites come tomorrow with Scotland the likely victors. The best odds available for Georgia to win can be seen coming in @ 15/4 with Betvictor – £50 Free Bets for New Customers when Registering a New Account

The Draw has never been a result seen between these two nations and it could be a good option on Friday night if Scotland fail to show up. The best odds on the two drawing can be currently found here @ 9/4 with Bet365 – Receive £200 Matched Bets when You Register a New Account

Scotland will be looking for a good win on Friday night as Mondays fixture against Germany wont be as easy as this. The bookmakers have set the away team as the favourites and the best of them odds can be found here @ 21/20 with Betfred – Bet £10 Get £30 Free Bets for New Registering Accounts

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Georgia v Scotland Match Predictions, Tips & First Goal Scorer Bets.

This Friday night we have a couple of exciting games being playing in the EURO Championships with this game being that of Georgia facing Scotland on Sky Sports 1 High Definition. We also see top of the group Poland playing Germany, and depending on the results there we could see some shifts in the table come the end of the night. Scotland have played Georgia away from home in the EURO’s before and will want to forget the fact that they did lose it way back in 2007. That said they are certainly the favourites for the win, with Georgia unable to off much of a defence against the other teams in the group, with the exception of bottom club Gibraltar.

In Scotland’s six qualifying games they have won three, drawn two and only lost the once which was against Germany away from home. They next face Germany on Monday night and will be hoping to get revenge and take an automatic promotion spot in the table rankings. Georgia have pretty much no hope of qualifying for this group, as it will take Scotland and Republic of Ireland to lose all of their remaining games, while also seeing Georgia beat Germany in their final game, as well as the other three against Scotland, Republic of Ireland and of course Gibraltar.

My predictions for Friday nights encounter will of course see Scotland win the game come the end of the ninety minutes, and do so with relative ease as they are certainly a side enjoying the best form seen in many a decade. A win will be a must for Scotland as going into Mondays home game against Germany on the back of a loss, will certainly not be welcomed. My first will be for Scotland to win the game 2 – 0 with a correct scoreline guess. With the next being that of

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