Our prediction for this Euro 2020 match:
Scotland will be aiming to put an end to their four-game losing run in the Euro 2020 qualifiers when they host San Marino at their Hampden Park. The Scotts head into Sunday’s football game with the lack of confidence, but given San Marino’s shaky defence, we are positive that Andy Robertson and Co. are going to pick up all three points from the Hampden Park clash.
The minnows experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 9-0 loss to Belgium and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Scotland’s party in Glasgow. In each of their last seven meetings in competitive matches the Scotts emerged triumphant and we are positive that they will put an end to the negative trend in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. When the two teams met at Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle earlier in the process Scotland defeated San Marino 2-0.
Highlighted Player (Grant Hanley):
Grant Hanley is Scottish footballer who plays for Norwich City as defender. Hanley was born in Dumfries, Scotland, on November 20, 1991 and he started his youth career at Queen of the South. After ending his spells with Crewe Alexandra and Rangers, the Scottish player joined English club Blackburn Rovers, where he started his senior career.
After scoring eight goals in 183 appearances for the Riversiders in league matches, he moved to fellow English club Newcastle United in July, 2016 for an undisclosed fee. Grant Hanley, though, made no more than 10 appearances for Newcastle United in the Championship before joining Norwich City. The 191-cm-tall defender made his full international debut for Scotland against Wales on in May, 2011.
He scored his first goal for the Scotland national football team in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Wales. His contract with Norwich City should expire on June 30, 2021.
Highlighted Team (San Marino):
San Marino played their first official match back in 1990, with the team suffering a 4-0 loss to Switzerland in the European Championship qualifiers. The minnows often serve as a cannon fodder for their rivals in competitive games, but it has to be noted that they did well to hold Estonia to a goalless draw in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
San Marino have yet to record a win in the qualifiers for the major tournaments, but on April 28, 2004 they recorded a hard-fought victory over Liechtenstein in a friendly match and that is considered their biggest achievement. “La Serenissima” welcome their rivals at San Marino Stadium and the capacity of the venue is only 6.664.
San Marino footballers wear blue shirts and blue shorts when playing at home, whilst the colour of their away kits is white. It is well known that San Marino have never participated at the finals of the FIFA World Cup or the European Championship.