10. Scotland have only beaten Wales once in the last 29 years. The home side are favourites to mark Gordon Strachan’s first competitive game in charge with a win at 1.80.
9. Wales beat Scotland the last time the two sides met, in the qualifying campaign’s reverse fixture. Chris Coleman’s side are priced at 4.50 to win in Scotland.
8. The score in that match was 2-1 – Wales’ only victory of the campaign so far. Another 2-1 win for Wales can be backed at 16.00.
7. Gareth Bale bagged both of his country’s goals in Wales, and is available at 7.00 to score at least twice again.
6. The Spurs attacking midfielder has found the net 11 times in his last 11 appearances in all competitions. Bale is priced at 9.00 to score from outside the penalty box.
5. Scotland actually have a more prolific goal scorer than Bale in Jordon Rhodes. The Blackburn striker has bagged 26 goals this season, and can be backed at 5.75 to open the scoring on Friday night.
4. Between them, Jordon Rhodes and Scotland teammate Steven Fletcher have scored 99 goals in their last two seasons in all competitions. Fletcher is favourite to score first in the game at 5.25.
3. The home side’s last win over Wales was a 3-1 victory in the Carling Nations Cup in 2011. A repeat of that winning scoreline for the Tartan Army this time around is available at 17.00.
2. Kenny Miller is just two strikes short of Ally McCoist’s 19 international goals. The Vancouver Whitecaps striker can be backed at 3.05 to find the net at any time against Wales.
1. Scotland were 1-0 at half-time before going down 2-1 to Wales in the reverse fixture. The home side are priced at 50.00 to let another half-time lead turn to defeat.
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