Euro 2012 Live Stream Scotland Lithuania Odds as Levein desperate for win

Scotland fans were left reeling after a horrific display from the utterly incompetent Dutch referee Kevin Blom denied them a well deserved victory against the Czech Republic on Saturday.

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Not only did the hapless official award the Czechs a penalty when the cheating Jan Rezek successfully conned him with a shameless dive, but he then proceeded to book Scotland’s Christophe Berra for diving after he was scythed down at the other end.

But Craig Levein’s men will have to put those bitter memories behind them fast, as they take on Lithuania in a must win game.

When the duo last met, almost exactly a year ago in Kaunas, Scotland had to settle for a point after a disappointing 0-0 draw.

Overall, however, Scotland have dominated this fixture, and in three meetings are yet to lose. They met in Euro 2008 qualification, and it was this week’s hosts who won on both occasions.

First there was the 2-1 win in Lithuania, before Scotland defeated their opponents 3-1 at Hampden Park. They will be hoping for a repeat of that score line.

But they will have to make do without Charlie Adam and Craig Mackail-Smith who have both been ruled out following the farcical Czech Republic game.

Blue Square have the ever-improving Scotland as the odds on favourites to win this game, at odds of 8/15. Lithuania are distant outsiders at 5/1, with the draw available at 11/4.

Darren Fletcher marked his return to the international game with a stunning goal against the Czechs, and is a tempting 12/1 to open the scoring in this one. David Goodwillie is expected to be handed a start in this game and he can be backed at 9/2.

Veteran former Arsenal striker, Tomas Danilevičius has not scored for his country since 2009, but is one of the bookies favourites to score first at 8/1.

A repeat of the 3-1 Scotland score line the last time these sides met at Hampden Park is priced at 12/1, while 0-0 they served up last year is 9/1.

As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).