Armenia Vs Scotland Betting Tip: Both To Score NO – 14 June 2022

Weary Scots unlikely to have it easy in Yerevan?

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Armenia Armenia Vs Scotland Scotland

Tuesday, 14 June 2022 – 17:00 (BST)
UEFA Nations League
Pick: Both Teams to Score NO
Odds: 4/5
Bookmaker: Boylesports
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 12 June 2022)

Preview: UEFA Nations League Group B1 remains wide open as we approach Matchday 4. Everything to play for then in Yerevan as Armenia seek out swift revenge for the 2-0 loss sustained in Glasgow against Scotland six days ago.

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Armenia – Different animal here in Yerevan?

Aside from beating Ireland in their opening game of the group, Armenia’s first taste of League B in the Nations League hasn’t been one to saviour. Joaquin Caparros’ team have been well beaten ever since. Their 2-0 loss in Scotland could easily have been more, while Ukraine proved why there were 65 places between the nations in the FIFA Rankings with a convincing 3-0 win on neutral soil over in Poland.

Despite looking the weakest of the four teams, the Mountaineers have the same number of points (3) as Ireland and Scotland and could conceivably move level on points with leaders Ukraine. Their form of late has been downright atrocious, with six defeats in their last eight outings (W2). They’re a tougher, more resolute opponent with fans behind them, though, losing just two out of the last ten home internationals (W6 D2).

Key Stat: Armenia boast wins in six of their past ten home international matches (vs Estonia, Iceland, Ireland, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Romania), with all but one of these wins coming by way of a clean sheet.


0-0 Draw



Scotland – Players crying out for summer holidays?

Andy Robertson accused himself and his team-mates of letting the manager down following the 3-0 loss to Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. That result leaves them down in third place on three points in Group B1, three behind leaders Ukraine. Steve Clarke’s men had beaten Armenia – who they face in Yerevan in their final fixture before the players sign off for the summer – 2-0 at Hampden Park in their opening game.

The loss to Ireland ended a run of ten successive games scoring at least once, and continued what has been a dreadful year for the Tartan Army. Having seen their team close out 2021 in fine style with six consecutive victories, supporters would witness a fourth winless outing in five (W1 D2 L2) with the shambolic loss in Dublin, which came just ten days after the pain of missing out on World Cup qualification.

Key Stat: Eight of Scotland’s nine previous victories were achieved without conceding a goal. This includes each of their past four away wins, all of which featured less than three match goals, vs Austria, Faroe Islands, Luxembourg and Moldova.

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Armenia Vs Scotland Betting Advice

It was largely one-way traffic at Hampden Park last Wednesday, as Scotland cruised to victory over Armenia courtesy of a 2-0 scoreline. The home side peppered the visiting goal, tallying 27 shots and six on target, but could still only win modestly. Crushing, morale-sapping losses to Ukraine and, latterly, Ireland have sandwiched that win to leave Steve Clarke with a big task on his hands lifting his troops for this.


Armenia Vs Scotland – Key Facts:

  • In their first competitive meeting, Scotland eased to victory on 8 June, 2022, winning 2-0 at Hampden Park only eight days ago. Both goals were scored in the first half.
  • It could be a closer affair in Yerevan though. Armenia have lost only two of the past ten home internationals (W6 D2 L2), a run which has seen them keep five clean sheets.
  • Scotland would only fail to score in one of their last eleven matches though, a run that has also seen them keep a healthy amount of clean sheets: six.


Scotland are short odds to inflict another defeat upon their opponents, this time in Yerevan where Armenia are renowned for being difficult to beat. In the latter’s 10 previous home internationals, they lost just twice (W6 D2). Meanwhile Scotland, displaying worrying signs of fatigue and low confidence recently, would win just four of 13 away from home (D4 L5) going back to November 2020.

Best Betting Odds – Armenia Vs Scotland

Armenia – 11/2 (WilliamHill)
Draw – 3/1 (Bet365)
Scotland – 8/15 (PaddyPower)