Our prediction for this Euro 2024 match:
Georgia will be aiming to build on a thrilling 4-0 win over Cyprus when they face Scotland at Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena on Thursday. The Georgians missed out on a spot at the Euro 2024 finals, but they obviously want to finish the process in great manner. As always, a man to keep an eye on in the home team will be pacey winger Khvicha Kvaratshkelia, who came as a substitute in Napoli’s shocking 1-0 loss to Empoli at the weekend.
The Scotts, on the other hand, will take part at the next year’s European Championship. As Stephen Clarke’s troops aim to overtake Spain in top position in Group A, we believe that there is a big value in betting on both teams to score. Verona full-back Josh Doig made the cut, but all Andy Robertson, Aaron Hickey, and Kieran Tierney have been left out of the squad with injuries.
Highlighted Team (Georgia):
Georgia are yet another former Soviet republic who have been competing as an independent country since 1990. The Georgians had their international debut on May 27, 1990, with the team sharing the spoils with Lithuania in Tbilisi.
Georgia have been struggling in the qualifiers for both FIFA World Cup and the European Championship ever since they played their first qualifying game and they have yet to book their place at the finals of the major tournaments. The Georgian national football team recorded their biggest win on March 30, 1997, with the team hammering Armenia in front of home fans, but they were demolished by Denmark (1-6) eight years later and that is considered the team’s biggest loss.
The Likes of Kakha Kaladze and Shota Arveladze are considered Georgia’s most famous players. Kakha Kaladze played for Georgia from 1996 to 2011, scoring one goal in 83 appearances for the national team. The left-footed defender won two Champions League titles with Serie A giants AC Milan (2003, 2007).