Spain vs Scotland prediction, odds & betting tips 12/10/2023

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Spain vs Scotland: Top Two Betting Tips

Here are our Euro 2024 predictions for a huge game in Group A between the leaders Scotland and second-placed Spain. Scotland have been fantastic in the qualifiers so far, securing wins in each of their opening five matches, including a victory against Spain back in March. However, Spain have the home advantage this time around and Scotland would be delighted to come away with a point.

Both Teams to Score

  • Both teams have scored in five of the last seven head-to-heads between Spain and Scotland.
  • Spain have only failed to score in two of their last six international matches.
  • Scotland have scored in each of their last six matches in all competitions.

Alvaro Morata to Score

  • Morata joint-top scores for Spain in the qualifiers with 3-goals.
  • Morata has scored 33-goals in 66-caps for his country.
  • Morata has scored 6-goals in his last ten appearances for Spain.

Spain vs Scotland Bookmakers, Markets & Odds

Let's take a look at the latest markets and odds ahead of Spain vs Scotland.

Spain odds: 2/7 (1.29) – 77.8%

Draw odds: 5/1 (6.00) – 16.7%

Scotland odds: 12/1 (13.00) – 7.7%

*all odds provided are the best price at the time of publication and come from various bookmakers and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.

Spain head into this game as the expected winners with a probability of 77.8%, and while we agree that the hosts are the favourites, Scotland will be tough to beat. For more of our football betting tips check out the Under/Over 2.5 Goals market. You can back Under 2.5 Goals to be scored in this game at 23/20 (2.15) which has a probability of 46.5%, while a bet on Over 2.5 Goals has odds of 8/11 (1.73) and a probability of 57.9%.

Spain vs Scotland Lineups and Last Match

Spain

Spain made light work of Cyprus at the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes last time out. Gavi opened the scoring in the 18th-minute and the home side lead 2-0 at the interval thanks to a goal from Merino. In the second half, Joselu made it 3-0 and Torres added a fourth before Baena made it 5-0 all in the space of 7-minutes. Torres bagged his second goal of the game in the 83rd minute to wrap up a commanding 6-0 victory. Azpilicueta, Gaya, Pedri, Yamal, Olmo, Asensio and Moreno have not made the Spain squad for one reason or another.

Predicted Lineup – Simón (GK), Carvajal, Laporte, Balde, Le Normand, Merino, Rodri, Gavi, Morata, Oyarzabal & Torres

Scotland

Scotland and McTominay continued their fine form in the Euro 2024 qualifiers away at struggling Cyprus in September. The Man Utd midfielder scored in the 6th-minute to make it 6-goals in Group A and shortly after, Porteous made it 2-0. A goal from McGinn on the half-hour mark made it 3-0 at the break and ended any faint hopes of a Cyprus comeback. There were no further goals in this game with Scotland doing all they needed to do before the break to maintain their 100% start to the qualifiers.

Predicted Lineup – Gunn (GK), Robertson, Hickey, Hendry, Porteous, Taylor, McGregor, McGinn, McTominay, Gilmour & Adams

What is Twitter saying about Spain vs Scotland?

Confidence is high in the Scotland camp and this post suggests that the visitors are excited for tonight's match….

Player to Watch: Scott McTominay

I'm not sure we can pick any player but Scott McTominay as our player to watch in this game.

The Scotland international has scored an amazing 6-goals in five Euro 2024 qualifiers despite being considered by his club side as a defensive player. However, for his country, McTominay plays further forward and the Man Utd man has made a habit of getting in the right place at the right time to score some vital goals that look like they will guide Scotland to Euro 2024.

Spain are the favourites to win this game but Scotland have already done a job on their counterparts and you wouldn't bet against the visitors upsetting the odds and coming away with a share of the spoils.

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A lifelong Evertonian, James started writing for an Everton fan site in the mid-2000s and then developed his own blog covering football transfers from across Europe's big leagues before becoming a regular match preview and betting tips writer for Biggest Free Bets. James moved to Free Super Tips next, and then Racing Post, where he worked as a full-time writer for a few years, taking on extra responsibilities such as creating the schedule and assigning out work. Following that, James wrote for a number of websites including Fore Bet before joining Football Whispers in December 2020.