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Scotland v Slovenia tips: Strachan’s side to win both halves in crucial victory

Scotland v Slovenia tips

After a disappointing international friendly draw with Canada, Scotland will be out to claim a crucial three points to keep their World Cup qualification dreams alive.

Tartan team boss Gordon Strachan experimented with his line up against the Canucks, in which debut cap collector Tom Cairney shone.

However, now the Scots head into what Strachan called a ‘must win’.

Here are our top Scotland v Slovenia tips for Sunday 26…

Both sides score in Scotland win

After a poor display against Canada, expect Scotland to bounce back.

The Hampden side enter their crunch clash undefeated in the history of this fixture with Srecko Katanec’s nation.

Scotland also boast a solid home record, with just one loss since September 2015 on home turf.

Strachan will be boosted by the fact Slovenia don’t travel well, with a single win in seven roads trips.

However, the Scots possess a porous defence and look likely to concede.

With just one cleansheet in their last eight, back Scotland to win, but both teams to score at 29/10 with betway.

Scotland to win both halves

Scotland look likely to win both halves.

In five of the Tartan team’s seven triumphs, the nation have been leading at half-time.

With pride dented by their most recent result, and Strachan’s assistant firing up the Hampden faithful before the match up, expect the Scots to fly out the blocks.

Slovenia have leaked goals in four of their previous seven away outings and have managed to keep a clean sheet just once in the fixture’s history.

Scotland are a generous 16/5 with BetVictor to win both halves.

Martin to score first

Martin odds feature in our Scotland v Slovenia tips selection.

Chris Martin leads the Championship’s Scottish contingent in scoring with 10 for flying Fulham this term and the forward looked lively against Canada last time out.

Scotland possesses a plethora of exciting attacking talent and should they provide Martin with service, he should find the net first with BetVictor at 11/2.

Alternatively, Stuart Armstrong was rested by Strachan for the upcoming qualifier and is ready to earn his first cap.

The Celtic midfielder has been hugely productive this season, scoring 11 in the league from 23 outings.

Therefore BetVictor’s 4/1 odds on Armstrong scoring anytime look tempting.

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