Watch Croatia vs Scotland Live Stream

Euro 2020 Croatia vs. Scotland is scheduled for kick-off at 20:00 (GMT+1) on Tuesday, the 22nd of June at Hampden Park.

 

Zlatko Dalik’s side, Croatia picked up a point after the 1-1 draw against Czech Republic on Match Day 2 when both countries made their second appearances at Euro 2020. A goal from Bayer Leverkusen’s Patrik Schick (37’ Pen.) saw the opposition pick up the lead with minutes left in the first half. However, they found their way back into the game after the interval through Inter’s Perisic (47’) right after the break. After that goal, both sides saw chances go by without converting any, 


until the full whistle was blown and the game came to an end. Croatia has all to play for in their next game on Match Day 3 when they take on Scotland. They come into this fixture behind: WWDLLD, and a point coupled with a goal difference of –1 picked up from: 0W, 1D & 1L. Dalić’s 4—3—3 formation will see the likes of AC Milan’s Ante Rebic, Ivan Perisic and Real Madrid’s Luka Modric all in the starting XI on Tuesday when this fixture kicks off. Qualification for the next stage is tight but a win over Scotland will present an interesting situation at the end of Match Day 3 depending on the result of the game between England and Czech Republic.






 

The Tartan army shut the mouth of the Lions when both sides met at Wembley. The game failed to produce any goal from both sides and both countries walked away with a point at the end of the fixture. The draw leaves Scotland with 1 point and a goal difference of -2 after 0W, 1D & 1L. Coach Steve Clarke was happy his side didn’t concede or give points away 


but understands this fixture against Croatia is a must win in order to stand any chances of qualifying for the knock-out stage. Clarke’s 3—5—2 formation has been popular and could be seen once again at kick-off on Match Day 3. Scotland comes into this fixture behind three draws in six games across all international competitions: DWDWLD.

 

Scotland defeated Croatia, 2-0 in their last meeting in October 2013. Four months before that fixture, Scotland won the tie by a lone goal. Both countries played a 1-1 draw when they met in 2008.

 

A 2-1 win for Scotland is predicted at full-time. 
Venue: Hampden Park.
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Kick-Off Time: 20:00 (GMT+1).
Tournament: Euro 2020




Live Streaming





Join on this sitejoin this siteFollow our website


Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post