Croatia vs Scotland live streaming: Key information to watching online
Below are all the options to live stream Croatia vs Scotland at Euro 2020.
Option 1: Croatia vs Scotland live streaming from anywhere in the world
There are several online platforms live streaming Croatia vs Scotland for free, and a VPN will help you connect with those services from anywhere in the world.
In our experience, ExpressVPN is the best service around. Sign up as follows.
– Go to expressvpn.com
– Click on ‘Get ExpressVPN’
– Choose plan
– Enter email & payment details
ExpressVPN offers all new users a free 30-day trial. That’s an unbeatable offer.
Option 2: Croatia vs Scotland live streaming on FuboTV (America)
If you’re in America, you can watch Croatia vs Scotland online on FuboTV.
Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions:
– Go to FuboTV
– Fill in sign-up details (email, password & confirm ZIP)
– Choose plan & add-ons
– Checkout (start 7-day free trial)
– Sit back & watch the match!
Option 3: Croatia vs Scotland live streaming in the UK
If you live in the UK, you can watch Euro 2020 for free via the ITV Hub.
Option 4: TV channels showing Croatia vs Scotland in the UK & America
In the UK, the two broadcasters showing Euro 2020 are the BBC and ITV.
ESPN snapped up the broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in America.
Option 5: Croatia vs Scotland streaming – More worldwide options
In Australia, Optus Sport will live stream Croatia vs Scotland.
In Canada, Croatia vs Scotland can be watched on English-language TSN or French-language TVA Sports.
Lastly, in New Zealand, the Croatia vs Scotland live stream can be watched on Sky Sport.
Option 6: Listen to Croatia vs Scotland on radio
Note, if you’re outside the UK, you may be blocked from accessing this content. A VPN will solve this issue.
Croatia vs Scotland live streaming: Preview
It is win or go home for both Croatia and Scotland.
The latter of the two are appearing at a major tournament for the first time in 23 years but don’t want to see their campaign end quite yet.
Given this excruciatingly long wait, Scotland’s matchday one fixture against Czech Republic, on home soil, was always going to be a massive occasion.
However, the bubble was very much burst as Steve Clarke’s side were beaten 2-0 by the Czechs, both goals scored by Patrik Schick, the second of which was from all of 50 yards.
So, this meant the Tartan Army could not afford another defeat as they travelled to Wembley to take on the old enemy England.
Clarke made changes to his XI for that match, bringing in Kieran Tierney, Billy Gilmour, Callum McGregor and Ché Adams, and the changes did the trick.
The Dark Blues battled to a goalless draw in London, creating the better chances, including when Stephen O’Donnell went close with a first half volley.
Scotland certainly could’ve won at Wembley but the point they did get keeps their hopes alive.
This nation have never got past the group stages at a World Cup or European Championships, winning only six of 31 matches to date at major competitions.
But, a victory for Scotland here would surely guarantee them a place in the round of 16.
Will Croatia sneak through?
Croatia meanwhile also come into this pivotal encounter with just one point on the board, which is much a disappointment for them.
Zlatko Dalić’s side commences their campaign with a 1-0 defeat at Wembley, rarely threatening the England goal.
Then, on Friday evening, the Blazers came from behind to draw 1-1 with Czech Republic in the south side of Glasgow.
The Czech took a first half lead when it was adjudged that Dejan Lovren had fouled Patrik Schick, who got up and converted the spot-kick.
Just moments after half time though, Ivan Perišić equalised for Croatia, firing past Tomáš Vaclík.
Perišić has now scored at four successive major tournaments, previously netting against Cameroon and Mexico in 2014, Czech Republic and Spain in 2016 and Iceland, England and France three years ago.
Very little happened late on in that game as both sides seemed content with a point.
Having reached the World Cup Final in Russia in 2018, not many would’ve predicted that Croatia would be on the brink of group stage elimination at these Euros.
But, the Checkered Ones have now only won three of their last 11 competitive games.
Given that third-place sides with four points have a 95.8% chance of advancing, this game is essentially a winner takes all scenario.
In contrast, teams on two points only have a 15% chance of qualification, meaning a draw in this one would eliminate both teams.
Prediction: Croatia 2-1 Scotland
These two last met in World Cup 2014 qualifying.
Amazingly, Scotland won both games, 1-0 in Zagreb and 2-1 in Glasgow, but Croatia qualified, via the play-offs and the Scots did not.
Scotland last scored a goal at a major tournament in a 1-1 draw with Norway at France ’98, 8,407 days ago.
Scotland last won a game at a major tournament at Euro ’96, beating Switzerland 1-0 at Villa Park, 9,135 days ago.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.