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Armenia vs Scotland Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 14

Armenia is set to play Scotland at the Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium on Tuesday in the UEFA Nations League. Armenia comes into this game on the rear of a 3-0 misfortune to Oleksandr Petrakov’s Ukraine as of late. The last part objectives from Atalanta midfielder Ruslan Malinovsky, Dynamo Kyiv right-back Oleksandr Karavayev, and Everton left-back Vitaliy Mykolenko got the success for Ukraine. Check Armenia vs Scotland Prediction.

Scotland, then again, lost 3-0 to Stephen Kenny’s Republic of Ireland as of late. Objectives from Preston North End midfielder Alan Browne, Tottenham Hotspur forward Troy Parrott and Swansea City striker Michael Obafemi got it done for their country.

Armenia vs Scotland Prediction
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Armenia vs Scotland Prediction

Armenia’s general quality has positively decreased following the retirement of Roma star Henrikh Mkhitaryan. In his nonappearance, any semblance of Sargis Adamyan and Vahan Bichakhchyan should step up. Scotland, then again, will expect to of late obtained a positive outcome after a few very disheartening exhibitions.

We anticipate that Scotland should win.

Prediction: Armenia 0-1 Scotland

Head to Head

Goals Scored20
Goals Allowed02

Probable Playing 11

Armenia Predicted XI (5-4-1): 

  1. David Yurchenko,
  2. Hovhannes Hambardzumyan,
  3. Varazdat Haroyan,
  4. Hrayr Mkoyan,
  5. Styopa Mkrtchyan,
  6. Kamo Hovhannisyan,
  7. Hovhannes Harutyunyan,
  8. Wbeymar Angulo,
  9. Vahan Bichakhchyan,
  10. Tigran Barseghyan,
  11. Sargis Adamyan

Scotland Predicted XI (3-4-2-1):

  1.  Craig Gordon,
  2. John Souttar,
  3. Grant Hanley,
  4. Scott McKenna,
  5. Nathan Patterson,
  6. Scott McTominay,
  7. Callum McGregor,
  8. Aaron Hickey,
  9. Stuart Armstrong,
  10. John McGinn,
  11. Che Adams

Betting tips:

  1. The fundamental determination won in three of Armenia’s five internationals during 2022.
  2. Four of Scotland’s last six away internationals delivered under 2.5 objectives.
  3. Seven of Scotland’s ten World Cup Qualifiers likewise delivered under 2.5 objectives.