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Euro 2020: Supercomputer predicts the outcome of England vs Scotland

Euro 2020: Supercomputer predicts the outcome of England vs Scotland

The European Championships are upon us. That's right, the group stages get underway on Friday, and there are plenty of matches to look forward to over the next month.

Fans of both England and Scotland will be eagerly counting down the days until their clash at Wembley Stadium in the second round of matches, and even though the Scots will undoubtedly be fired up for the occasion, it's no surprise to see England as the heavy favourites in the Euros betting to win the match at 3/10.

Ahead of the clash between the two old foes, bookmaker Paddy Power have commissioned a supercomputer simulation of the match. However, will England get the better of Scotland once again, or will Steve Clarke's side rain on their parade? Read on to find out!

Kane fires England into an early lead

With a match as big as this one, there's no doubt that the passionate England supporters inside Wembley will be making themselves heard from the get-go and Harry Kane is tipped to give them plenty to shout about as he is set to give England the lead in the 10th minute.

Kane strikes again for the Three Lions

With not much more to note in the first half, Kane is predicted to catch Scotland's defence napping once again early in the second 45 minutes, doubling England's lead to 2-0 with his second strike of the game 10 minutes into the second half.

McTominay responds for Scotland

It's fair to say that Clarke's men won't go down without a fight in London, and Scott McTominay is tipped to score late on, giving Scotland a slight glimmer of hope that not all is lost at Wembley.

Saka secures the three points for Southgate's men

Clearly inspired by his first Three Lions goal in the warm-up match against Austria, Bukayo Saka is set to step up and bag England's third goal of the game, ensuring that the Scots don't salvage anything from their trip down south.

Full-time: England 3-1 Scotland

England Predicted XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Mings, Shaw; Henderson, Rice, Mount; Rashford, Kane, Sterling

Scotland Predicted XI: Marshall; O'Donnell, Hanley, Hendry, Tierney, Robertson; McGinn, Armstrong, McTominay; Christie, Dykes

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