10. Czech Republic boast a W4 D1 L1 record against Scotland, although they have failed to win two of their last three meetings. Czech Republic are 1.75 to win again.
9. These sides drew 2-2 the last time they met, during Euro 2012 qualifying. It was the first time since 1999 Scotland haves scored against Czech Republic and another draw is priced at 3.50.
8. That game was the last time Darren Fletcher scored for Scotland, which took his overall international tally to five since his debut in 2003. West Brom’s Fletcher is 16.00 to net again.
7. Scotland have lost all three of their away trips to Czech Republic to an aggregate scoreline of 7-3. Czech Republic are 9.00 to win 2-1.
6. The Scots ended a four-game winless streak with e 6-0 thumping of Gibraltar in their last outing back in October. They are 5.10 to win on Thursday.
5. Czech Republic recorded the worst goal difference (+5) of all the group winners during Euro 2016 qualifying. They conceded 14 goals in 10 games and are 2.67 to concede first.
4. Czech Republic have not drawn in their eight outings, although both teams have scored in six of those eight games. Both teams to score on Thursday is priced at 2.07.
3. Scotland’s top scorer during Euro 2016 qualifying was Steven Fletcher, with seven goals. Only five players in the whole of qualifying scored more than Fletcher but Scotland failed to make it to the European Championship this summer. Fletcher is 9.50 to score first.
2. Scotland have conceded first in four of their last five games and are 1.39 to do so again.
1. Sparta Prague’s Ladislav Krejci has scored in his last two outings for Czech Republic and boasts four goals for his club side this season. The midfielder is 3.80 to net.