Scotland - Czech Republic
Scotland are unbeaten in five ahead of their Euro 2020 campaign and have also beaten the Czech Republic twice in the last 12 months. A 3-1 win over Albania last week ended a three-match winless run for the Czech Republic, but they have lost four of their last five games when not playing at home. Billy Gilmour was forced off late on in Scotland s pre-Euro 2020 win over Luxembourg, though that was more of a precaution and he should be fit to feature. Whether Gilmour starts is another matter entirely, with Steve Clarke set to use John McGinn, Scott McTominay and Callum McGregor in midfield. Tomas Kalas will start alongside Ondrej Celustka at the heart of the defence on Monday afternoon. Patrik Schick is expected to lead the charge, with Adam Hlozek the striking option in reserve; Hlozek ended the season strongly, so could prove a handful for Scotland if he is used. Lukas Provod is ruled out of the tournament, and that should see Alex Kral start alongside Tomas Soucek in the middle of the park. Scotland have won their last 3 matches against Czech Republic in all competitions.
*Odds are correct at the time of publishing and subject of change.
Match start: 14.06. 15:00h