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Georgia vs Scotland bet-builder tips and predictions: Scott McTominay to fire Scots to victory

Scotland are guaranteed a spot at Euro 2026 but could move one step closer to topping the group with a victory over Georgia.

Planet Sport has taken a look at the best bet-builder options for Scotland’s trip to Georgia on Thursday night.

Bet-builder recommendations

Both teams to score: No

Anytime goalscorer: Scott McTominay

Scotland to win

Over 4.5 cards

Georgia most yellow cards

Scott McTominay 2+ shots on target

John McGinn 2+ shots at goal

Georgia vs Scotland verdict

Georgia dislikes it when things don’t go their way. They’re a physical team and they’ve been shown 15 yellow cards in four qualifiers.

The three matches to take place in Tbilisi have averaged five yellow cards and in the previous meeting with Scotland, it finished two apiece.

Scotland aren’t afraid to mix it so over 3.5 cards looks like a very safe bet, while over 4.5 is worth consideration.

Spain’s 7-1 win against Georgia was an anomaly as the hosts are rarely involved in wide-open games at this level. Equally, their 4-0 win over Cyrpus was a one-off.

The Spaniards are just one of five teams to breach Georgia more than once in 34 home matches, 24 of which have seen at least one team keep a clean sheet.

Despite their being three or more goals in seven of Scotland’s last 10 away qualifiers, both teams to score has only landed on three occasions.

Nobody predicted that Scott McTominay would score six in six and lead his country to Germany, but that’s exactly what’s happened.

The Manchester United midfield has a knack for arriving at just the right time and scored the Scot's crucial second in the reverse fixture.

John McGinn is the only other player to have scored more than one in qualifying, while Georgia’s star man Khvicha Kvaratskhelia has only struck once.

It’s that very same midfield duo that’s leading the way in terms of shots at goal, with McTominay averaging 2.3 and McGinn 2.2 per game respectively.

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