Scotland v Ireland Nations League kick off time, TV channel, news

Scotland returned to form with a 3-0 victory over Ukraine on Wednesday night, which not only helped banish the demons of disappointment from June’s World Cup qualifying, but also left them in control of the group B1 of the League of Nations.

The competition is seen by some as glorified friendlies, but it represents a realistic route to Euro 2024 for the Scots and their Saturday opponents, the Republic of Ireland.

Stephen Kenny’s side need to win their last two games and hope that the rest of the results will follow to have a chance of dominating Group B1.

They picked up a comprehensive victory against Scotland in Dublin in June, with goals from Alan Browne, Troy Parrott and Michael Obafemi ensuring the game ended 3-0, but will face a tougher test in Glasgow this weekend. -end against a team with renewed confidence.

Steve Clarke’s side got revenge on Ukraine on Wednesday and will pursue the same when the Irish come to town on Saturday.

RadioTimes.com has gathered everything you need to know about how to watch Scotland v Republic of Ireland on TV and online.

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When is Scotland v Republic of Ireland?

Scotland – Republic of Ireland will take place on saturday 24 September 2022.

Check our guide to live football on TV for the latest times and information.

What time is kick-off?

Scotland-Republic of Ireland will start at 7:45pm.

There are plenty of other Nations League matches this week, including England v Germany.

What TV channel is Scotland v Republic of Ireland airing on?

The match will be televised on Premier Sports 1 from 7.15pm.

How to stream Scotland vs Republic of Ireland live online

Premier Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the Premier Player website or app.

Scotland – Republic of Ireland Team News

Scotland predicted XI: Gordon; Hickey, Hendry, McKenna, Tierney; McTominay, McGregor; Fraser, McGinn, Christie; Dykes

Republic of Ireland predicted XI: Bazunu; Collins, Duffy, Egan; Browne, Cullen, Knight, Brady; Obafemi, Parrot

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Odds Scotland v Republic of Ireland

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bet365 odds: Scotland (1/1) Draw (11/5) Republic of Ireland (3/1)*

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Our prediction: Scotland – Republic of Ireland

Saturday’s match in Glasgow promises to be a real contest – Scotland seeking revenge after their heavy defeat in Dublin in June and the visitors keen to keep their hopes of winning the group alive.

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Troy Parrott and Michael Obafemi were too much for the Scots to handle this summer and should be given the chance to start again, which could mean a busy night for Clarke’s back four.

The Scottish manager will have been tempted to give Lyndon Dykes a boost early on after his brace, but he might just think he can be more effective from the bench late on.

Another late but successful appearance would come as no surprise and could help the home side to two wins in two.

Our prediction: Scotland 2-1 Republic of Ireland (17/2 at bet365)

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