Cyprus vs Scotland Euro Qualification 08 Sep 2023

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Follow the live match score for Cyprus vs Scotland (2023/24 Euro Qualification). You can also see the starting lineups for these National Football Teams.

The match will begin on September 8, 2023, at 18:45 UTC at AEK Arena – George Karapatakis in Larnaca.


Head-to-Head Record

Scotland and Cyprus have only faced off twice in modern history, with Scotland winning two games while Cyprus won just one. A total of 0 games were drawn.

Cyprus managed to score just one goal in head-to-head matches while Scotland managed to score five. With two victories (Cyprus has zero victories) in the direct matches versus Scotland, Scotland appears to be in the lead.


Cyprus vs Scotland Lineups And Live Score

Cyprus – Scotland Live Score

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Cyprus National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Joel Mall
  • Minas Antoniou
  • Alexander Gogić
  • Konstantinos Laifis
  • Nicholas Ioannou
  • Anderson Correia
  • Charalampos Charalampous
  • Ioannis Kousoulos
  • Grīgorīs Kastanos
  • Kostas Pileas
  • Ioannis Pittas

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Scotland National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Angus Gunn
  • Ryan Porteous
  • Jack Hendry
  • Kieran Tierney
  • Aaron Hickey
  • Scott McTominay
  • Callum McGregor
  • Andrew Robertson
  • John McGinn
  • Lyndon Dykes
  • Ryan Christie

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Cyprus vs Scotland Match Preview

In past games, Cyprus defeated Israel once, lost to Scotland, Georgia, and Norway three times, and drew once against Armenia. Cyprus was able to score 8 goals while giving up 11 (8–11).

Cyprus scored 0.67 goals per game on average during the current league season. The host team committed an average of 9.33 fouls per game, earning 7 yellow and 1 red card in terms of discipline. Cyprus’s team rating is 6.56 on average per game.

Cyprus struggles to keep the ball, keeping it only 39.00% of the time on average this season.

Scotland heads into this match having won four of their previous five games (against Cyprus, Spain, Norway, and Georgia), lost one (against Turkey), and had no matches finish in draws. The team scored three goals while giving up three to ten goals.

Scotland averaged 2.25 goals and 0.25 goals per game when playing away. 53 fouls were committed overall, and the squad was issued 12 yellow and 0 red cards. Scotland’s squad rating is 6.7 on average per game.

Scotland’s average ball possession rate for the season is 44.75%, which isn’t great.


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