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Ireland vs Scotland Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 11

Ireland and Scotland’s match is taking place on Saturday (11, July 2022) at 9:30 PM at Aviva Stadium. The Republic of Ireland is set to play Scotland at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday in the UEFA Nations League. The Republic of Ireland comes into this game on the rear of a 1-0 misfortune to Oleksandr Petrakov’s Ukraine as of late. Check Ireland vs Scotland Prediction.

An objective from Dynamo Kyiv midfielder Viktor Tsyhankov got the success for Ukraine. Check Ireland vs Scotland Prediction. Scotland, then again, beat Joaquin Caparros’ Armenia 2-0 in their latest game. First-half objectives from Celtic right-back Anthony Ralston and Nottingham Forest focus back Scott McKenna took care of business for Steve Clarke’s Scotland.

Ireland vs Scotland Prediction
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Ireland vs Scotland Prediction

The Republic of Ireland’s new structure has not been amazing, yet they will take comfort from the way that Scotland has not been at their absolute best by the same token. Scotland’s side could look more grounded on paper, yet depleted and tired players naturally don’t perform at the level they are prepared to do.

Prediction: Republic of Ireland 0-0 Scotland

Head to Head

TeamRepublic of IrelandScotand
Goals Scored0.51
Goals Allowed10.5

Probable playing 11

Republic of Ireland Predicted XI (3-4-3): 

  1. Caoimhin Kelleher,
  2. Nathan Collins,
  3. Shane Duffy,
  4. Darragh Lenihan,
  5. James McClean,
  6. Jeff Hendrick,
  7. Conor Hourihane,
  8. Enda Stevens,
  9. Callum Robinson,
  10. Chiedozie Ogbene,
  11. Michael Obafemi

Scotland Predicted XI (3-4-3): 

  1. Craig Gordon,
  2. Scott McTominay,
  3. Grant Hanley,
  4. Scott McKenna,
  5. Nathan Patterson,
  6. John McGinn,
  7. David Turnbull,
  8. Aaron Hickey,
  9. Stuart Armstrong,
  10. Ross Stewart,
  11. Ryan Christie

Betting tips

  1. Current Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has a simple 21% success rate during his residency.
  2. Scotland is unbeaten in four back-to-back away internationals (W3, D1).
  3. Ireland has not won a Nations League bunch game after 12 endeavors.