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Unibet Predictions: Georgia – Scotland Predictions and Tips For Today

Georgia - Scotland PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, November 16, 2023.
Kick-off: 18:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Georgia – Scotland
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@Unibet | Result: 2:2 WIN!!!

Georgia – Scotland Predictions and Preview

  • Qualifying for next year’s Euro 2024 might come down to the wire in some groups, but that won’t be the case in Group A, with the penultimate and final rounds of the campaign being rendered dead rubbers. Luckily for teams like Georgia who can no longer finish in the top-two, the group stages aren’t the only method of qualification, as thanks to their UEFA Nations League C heroics they will get another chance to book their tickets to Germany via the playoffs.
  • The Georgians can use their remaining Group A matches as preparation for the playoffs then, where they’ll take on the group’s guaranteed top-two in Scotland and Spain. It’s the Scots who they welcome to Tbilisi here, where they’ll aim to capitalise on losing just once in their last ten home games (W7, D2) in the hopes of getting retribution for their 2-0 loss in Glasgow in the reverse fixture.
  • With pressure now off them, Scotland can see these final two group games as a chance to experiment ahead of next summer. However, having already produced a near-perfect qualification campaign (W5, L1), manager Steve Clarke might instead see these games as a chance to build momentum with his side’s focus on making sure they put up a better showing than their Euro 2020 appearance where they finished bottom of their group, registering just one point and one goal all tournament.
  • The Tartan Army are a much different side now, though, which means they might be in an ideal position to improve on their record in Georgia which has seen them lose both previous visits without scoring. But if they were to fall to another defeat, then it would be a third away loss in succession for the first time since 2018 for Scotland.
  • Players to watch: Napoli’s Khvicha Kvaratskhelia could be Georgia’s silver bullet, having won the last eight matches when scoring in national colours. As for Scotland, the in-form John McGinn could help get them on the scoresheet in Georgia for the first time, since he’s scored four of his last six international goals away from home. He also netted for Aston Villa this past weekend.
  • Hot stat: Georgia have only scored one first-half goal in their six Euro 2024 qualifiers.