Republic of Ireland vs Scotland Preview and Prediction: Draw 1-1 at 5/1
Republic of Ireland and Scotland will play their next Euro 2016 qualifying match at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, 13th June.
The teams last played in November 2014 and Scotland won the game 1 – 0. Before that they played in February 2003 and the Republic of Ireland won the game 0 – 2.
At present the Republic of Ireland is fourth in Group D with 8 points having won 2 games, drawn 2 and lost 1. They are five points above Georgia.
Scotland is third in Group D with 10 points having won 3 games, drawn 1 and lost 1. They are tied for points with Germany.
A 1 – 0 win for the Republic of Ireland or a 1 – 1 draw is the most likely outcome with William Hill and Bet365 offering odds of 11/2 and 5/1 respectively on both results.
Predicted Line Ups:
Republic of Ireland: Westwood, Coleman, O’Shea, Wilson, Brady, Hendrick, McCarthy, Whelan, McGeady, McGoldrick, Murphy.
Scotland: Marshall, Anya, Greer, Mulgrew, Forsyth, Brown, McArthur, Ritchie, Maloney, Forrest, Naismith.
William Hill Odds: 5/4 Republic of Ireland to Win, 2/1 for a Draw and 11/5 Scotland to Win
Bet365 Odds: 13/10 Republic of Ireland to Win, 21/10 for a Draw and 23/10 Scotland to Win