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Scotland Euro 2024 Outright Winner Odds

Scotland only have 100/1 odds to outright win the European Championships this summer, but their recent form and who they have been up against suggest that The Tartan Army may be a bigger threat than this suggests.

The form of the likes of John McGinn, Scott McTominay and Che Adams this season bodes well for Scotland as all three have performed in domestic competitions this season.

Scotland do not have the best history at the Euros, failing to get past the Group stage in their three attempts.

The debut appearance for Scotland at the European Championships was back in 1992 in Sweden. Scotland were drawn into Group 2 along with the Netherlands, Germany and CIS (the Soviet Union). In three games, Scotland picked up one win and two losses, leaving them on two points and out of the tournament.

The following tournament in England in 1996 saw Scotland yet again drawn against the Netherlands along with England and Switzerland. The Tartan Army grabbed one win, one draw and one loss in three games, a point haul of four, the same as the Netherlands. Both sides had the same head-to-head record and Scotland were eliminated based on goals scored.

14 years later, Scotland took on England again in the Group stage, this time joined by Croatia and the Czech Republic. However, Scotland picked up one draw and two losses, leaving them on one point, bottom of the group and eliminated.

Scotland were much better in their qualifying campaign for this summer’s tournament. In Group A Scotland took on Spain, Norway, Georgia and Cyprus and in eight games, Scotland picked up five wins, two draws and one loss, leaving them on 17 points and second, securing qualification.

All odds are accurate at time of writing and are subject to change.

Scotland Player to be a 2024 Golden Boot Winner

Here we have taken a look at the odds of a Scotland player being the Euro 2024’s Golden Boot winner before the kick off of the tournament this summer in Germany.

All odds are accurate at time of writing and are subject to change.

Lawrence Shankland to win Euro 2024 Golden Boot @ 100/1

Lawrence Shankland has been the main man for Hearts this season in the Scottish Premiership. In 36 games in the league, Shankland has scored 23 goals and has picked up four assists and he has also picked up three goals and an assist in the Europa Conference League.

This makes him on course to win the Golden Boot in the Scottish Premiership and gives him a goal every 138 minutes with a goal conversion rate of 23%. Shankland has also scored two goals and created another in three games in the Scottish League Cup.

Shankland made his Scotland debut back in 2019 and has only made nine appearances since then. However, in those few games, Shankland has scored twice for Scotland.

The Hearts player did play in Scotland’s strong qualifying campaign, grabbing one goal late against Georgia.

Lawrence Shankland - Golden Boot Winner

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Lawrence Shankland @ 100/1

Che Adams to win Euro 2024 Golden Boot @ 150/1

Adams has also been amongst the goals in the Championship this season for Southampton. In the league Adams picked up 16 goals and four assists in 40 games. This gives Adams a goal every 144 minutes and a goal conversion rate of 27%.

In terms of his international football, Adams made his debut for Scotland back in 2021. Since then he has made 29 appearances where he has scored on five occasions.

Che Adams - Golden Boot Winner

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Che Adams @ 150/1

John McGinn to win Euro 2024 Golden Boot @ 200/1

Despite being a midfielder, McGinn is always a goal threat for both Aston Villa in the Premier League and Scotland.

This season McGinn has played 34 games in the Premier League where he has scored six goals and has registered four assists. However, McGinn has also had a strong showing in the Europa Conference League with Aston Villa, who made it all the way to the Semi Finals, McGinn scoring three goals and registering three assists.

Since his debut for Scotland in 2016, McGinn has made 64 appearances and has scored on 18 occasions.

John McGinn - Golden Boot Winner

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John McGinn @ 200/1

Scott McTominay to win Euro 2024 Golden Boot @ 200/1 via SkyBet

McTominay has picked up a handful of goals this season for both Manchester United and Scotland.

In 31 matches in the Premier League, McTominay has scored seven goals and has registered one assist. McTominay also picked up two goals in five FA Cup appearances and one goal in five games in the Champions League.

However, it was qualifying where McTominay grabbed the goals for Scotland. In eight games McTominay picked up seven goals, making him the top scorer in Group A, outscoring the likes of Joselu, Alvaro Morata and Erling Haaland.

Scott McTominay - Golden Boot Winner

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Scott McTominay @ 200/1

Scotland to win Group A @ 9/1

Scotland have never made it out of the Group stage at the European Championships and have been drawn into a tough group.

Group A consists of Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. Germany have won the European Championships on three occasions, with the most recent win for the hosts coming back in 1996.

Both Hungary and Switzerland have not won the title, but have similarly impressed during qualifying, making this a tough group to call for knockout qualification.

Scotland Group Stage Odds

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Scotland to win Group A @ 9/1