Football tips: Our 14/1 Same Game Multi for Czech Republic v Scotland tonight

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Czech Republic v Scotland

UEFA Nations League, Monday, 7:45pm

What an opportunity this is for Scotland. What was once a daunting away trip against a formidable Czech outfit is now a massive opportunity to collect three points against a team of reserves and “staff members”, according to the Czech’s own football association.

Scotland now have a massive chance to make up for the disappointing home draw with Israel and take a giant leap towards securing their status in the second tier.

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There is simply no excuse, The Scots have to win this.

Something similar happened in 2018 when Danish players went on strike ahead of their friendly with Slovakia, prompting the Danish FA to field a team of futsal players to avoid sanctions. The second-rate Danish team has promptly beaten 3-0 and Scotland must seize this current opportunity in a similar manner.

A victory would see Scotland leapfrog the Czechs at the top of Group B2 and leave them in with a great chance of topping the group.

Scotland to win

Scotland simply have to score on Monday night. They are facing a squad full of second-rate group of players that has not been playing together regularly and may even include staff members.

Any competent forward line in world football would surely rip such an outfit to shreds. While Scotland’s international side could hardly be described as world beaters, they are surely good enough to put a few past the Czechs on Monday.

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At the other end, Scotland’s defence doesn’t inspire confidence, even against this motley assembly of reserve players and staff members.

They have only managed to keep a clean sheet against San Marino since November 2018 and will probably offer up a few chances in Prague.

This game should be a goal feast.

Over 2.5 goals

Anyone who starts for Scotland on Monday is surely in with a chance of scoring and John McGinn is one of the most likely Scottish players to find the back of the net.

While McGinn failed to score in Scotland’s draw with Israel, he did manage five in Scotland’s final three games of their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign last year.

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He is one of the most talented players at Steve Clarke’s disposal and should make light work of this ragtag group of Czech reserves and staff members.

This is an excellent opportunity for McGinn to improve his respectable international scoring record and he should seize it with both hands.

John McGinn to score first

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