You Bet Scotland Won’t Be Paying The Penalty Against Lithuania

Scotland suffered last minute heartbreak against Czech Republic at Hampden Park on Saturday and all eyes will turn to the referee against Lithuania this week. Hills are offering 10/3 that there is a penalty awarded in the match (1/5 there is not one awarded). Scotland are 50/1 to qualify for Euro 2012 but the odds indicate that there is no reason why they should not win, offered at 8/13 to win with their visitors 5/1. The draw is offered at 13/5.

“Scotland should be able to see off Lithuania in their latest Euro 2012 qualifier and the odds suggest that they should do so with relative ease,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly. “Unfortunately whether they qualify is now out of their own hands and it appears that they have only the slimmest chance of doing so.”

The last time that these two sides met a goalless draw was played out and Hills go 15/2 about this happening again.

Scotland vs Lithuania:

Scotland to qualify: 50/1

Where will Scotland finish: 10/1 Second; 2/5 third; 9/4 fourth; 40/1 fifth

How many points will Scotland finish with (currently five): 50/1 five; 15/8 six-eight; 1/2 nine-eleven; 9/1 twelve-fourteen

Top Scotland goal scorer in Group I: 8/13 Kenny Miller; 3/1 Steven Naismith; 6/1 David Goodwillie; 7/1 Darren Fletcher; 16/1 Charlie Adam; 16/1 Craig Mackail Smith; 16/1 Robert Snodgrass; 25/1 Scott Brown; 25/1 Stephen McManus

Scotland vs. Lithuania:

Penalty awarded in the match: 10/3 yes; 1/5 no

15/4 Penalty awarded and scored
12/1 Penalty awarded and missed

6/1 Scotland to score a penalty
12/1 Lithuania to score a penalty

33/1 Scotland to be awarded a penalty in second half injury time

Come from behind and win: 8/1 Scotland; 22/1 Lithuania

Come from behind and draw: 10/1 Scotland; 10/1 Lithuania

Come from behind and win or draw: 9/2 Scotland; 8/1 Lithuania


3/1 Scotland to score 3 or more

With Kenny Miller and Craig Mackail-Smith unavailable, David Goodwillie and Steven Naismith are the only strikers left in the squad
15/8 David Goodwillie or Steven Naismith to score first

4/1 David Goodwillie and Steven Naismith to score anytime

Joe Crilly
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