Scotland’s marvellous start to qualifying saw them win their first five games, eventually securing their place at Euro 2024 when Spain beat Norway 1-0 last month,
The visitors, however, have lost their last three games - against England, Spain and France - and will look to return to winning ways before their final qualifier against Norway on Sunday.
Georgia, meanwhile, sit fourth in the group and will be looking for a win to draw level with Norway and boost their chances of a place in the playoffs
Here’s everything you need to know. Get the latest match odds and tips here.
When is Georgia vs Scotland?
Georgia vs Scotland is due to kick off at 5pm GMT on Thursday 16 November at the Boris Paichadze National Stadium.
How can I watch it?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the match on ViaPlay Sports 1, with coverage starting at 4:30pm. All of Scotland’s Euro 2024 qualifiers are being shown on ViaPlay, which requires a ViaPlay Total pass subscription. The match can be accessed by downloading the ViaPlay app or through providers such as Sky, Virgin Media or Prime Video. It can also be streamed directly on the ViaPlay website.
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Georgia: Mamardashvili, Kakabadze, Kvirkvelia, Kashia, Lochoshvili, Shengelia, Chakvetadze, Kvekveskiri, Kochorashvili, Kvaratskhelia, Mikautadze
Scotland: Clark, Patterson, Porteous, McKenna, Taylor, Gilmour, McGregor, McTominay, McGinn, Dykes, Christie
Georgia win 12/5
Scotland win 11/10
Scotland to continue their good form with a narrow away win. Georgia 0-1 Scotland.
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