Scotland Euro 2020 odds: Tartan Army can advance
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Scotland Euro 2020 odds: Tartan Army can advance

With the Tartan Army ending a 23-year wait to feature at a major tournament, we’re taking a look at the best Scotland Euro 2020 odds.

Steve Clarke’s side qualified in dramatic fashion with two penalty shoot-out wins in the play-offs and are 200/1 for a shock success this summer.

Preparations have gone well, with the Scots unbeaten in their last five matches, plus they will have home advantage for two of their three group games.

Lyndon Dykes said of the team’s momentum: “It’s very strong. I think we’ve changed the mentality of the team, the fans and everyone who plays us.

“We’re building it game by game and we can still improve. So, going into the Euros, we’re very confident.

“It’s three cup finals where anything can happen – and you have to leave everything on the pitch.”

Which round will Scotland reach?

Scotland will face Czech Republic and Croatia at Hampden Park, either side of a trip to Wembley to take on England, and are 5/4 to qualify from Group D.

Optimistic fans can get 16/1 they finish top of the table and 100/1 for a hat-trick of victories.

It is 25/1 they pick up seven points, 12/1 for six, 20/1 for five, 4/1 for four, 3/1 for three, 7/1 for two, 10/3 just one and 9/2 for none.

Clarke’s men are 5/6 to end up with the wooden spoon, though, and 4/6 to suffer an early exit before the knockout stages.

In a market on how many group-stage goals Scotland will score, it is 11/10 for over 2.5 and 13/20 under that mark.

Scotland are 6/1 to reach the quarter-finals, 22/1 to get as far as the semis and 100/1 for a final appearance.

Top Scotland goalscorer

Southampton striker Che Adams has made a promising start to his international career with two goals in four games and is 3/1 to be Scotland’s leading marksman.

QPR forward Dykes can be backed at 5/1 for the same bet, with Celtic’s Ryan Christie quoted at 6/1.

Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn enters the tournament with 10 international goals, at least double the amount of any other squad member, and he is also 6/1 here.

For those who think the Scots may struggle up front, it is 14/1 for no Scotland goalscorer and 9/1 they are the lowest-scoring team in the competition.

Having enjoyed the emotional rollercoaster of getting past Israel and Serbia via spot-kicks in the play-offs, Scotland are 9/1 to be involved in another penalty shoot-out.

With some feisty battles expected, particularly against England, punters can get 2/1 for the Scots to receive at least one red card!

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