Finland and Scotland face off in the Women’s International Friendly! catch the Women’s International Friendly odd series Here, with our Finland-Scotland prediction, odds, pick and guide on how to watch.
The Finland women’s national soccer team, also known as the Boreal Owls, represents Finland in international women’s soccer. The team is controlled by the Finnish Football Association (SPL/FBF) and has had some players who are considered among the best in women’s football.
The Scotland women’s national soccer team represents Scotland in international women’s soccer competitions. Since 1998 the team has been governed by the Scottish Football Association (SFA).
Here are the Finland-Scotland football oddscourtesy of FanDuel.
Women’s International Friendly Odds: Finland-Scotland Odds
More than 2.5 Goals: -120
Less than 2.5 Goals: -116
How to watch Finland vs. Scotland
Television: BBC Sport Web, BBC iPlayer, BBC Alba
Time: 12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. M.PT
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Why Finland can beat Scotland
As of August 2022, the team is ranked 29th in the FIFA world rankings. The team surprised the world of women’s football by reaching the semifinals of Euro 2005, after drawing with Sweden and beating Denmark. Finland hosted the 2009 EC Finals.
During the 2023 Cyprus Women’s Cup, The Boreal Owls won all three matches against Croatia, Romania and Hungary, scoring 16 goals to one. Linda Sallstrom scored four goals in the tournament, while Jenny Danielsson, Jutta Rantala and Eveliina Summanen all scored twice individually.
At UEFA Women’s Euro 2025, Finland is in Group C with Germany, Iceland and Northern Ireland. Finland have won all of their last five matches, including victories against Croatia, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. In the next Nations League this September, Finland is in Group 2 of League B with Croatia, Romania and Slovakia.
Finland is home to great soccer players like Laura Österberg Kalmari, Sanna Valkonen and Anne Mäkinen. Linda Sällström has 51 goals in 120 appearances and she will be looking to add more in this match. Emmi Alanen has 21 goals and 97 appearances for the team. Anna Westerlund is looking to add to her 145 caps for the national team.
Why Scotland can beat Finland
The Scotland women’s team has grown steadily in recent years and has achieved some notable successes. Scotland qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the first time in 2019 and qualified for their first UEFA Women’s Championship in 2017. The team was currently ranked 23rd in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Rankings.
Initially, the team struggled to gain recognition and support, but interest in women’s football grew over time. Scotland made their first major tournament appearance in 2017, qualifying for the UEFA Women’s EURO held in the Netherlands. Since their debut in major tournaments, Scotland have participated in the UEFA Women’s EURO and the FIFA Women’s World Cup. At UEFA Women’s Euro 2017, Scotland reached the final stages of the tournament for the first time, reaching the quarter-finals before being knocked out by England. They narrowly missed qualifying for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, finishing third in their qualifying group.
For this year, Scotland participated in the Pnatar Cup, finishing in third place. They won 2-1 against the Philippines, tied with second place Wales and lost 2-0 to winners Iceland. Also, Scotland have won the last three international friendlies. They won against Australia (0-1), Costa Rica (4-0) and Northern Ireland (3-0). The Scots have won once in three previous games with Finland, but will hope to repeat their 7-2 victory in September 2011.
The Scots will not be present at the next World Cup. They will be busy preparing for the League of Nations in September. They are placed in Group 1 of League A along with Belgium, England and the Netherlands. Coach Pedro Martínez Losa and captain Rachel Corsie will do everything possible to put the team in the best position.
Erin Cuthbert has 21 goals in 59 games. People like Martha Thomas, Caroline Weir and Lisa Evans all have 10+ goals individually. Other helpful members of the nation are Fiona Brown, Emma Watson, Sophie Howard and Emma Mukandi.
Final Prediction and Forecast Finland-Scotland
Finland will remain steadfast in pushing and extending their winning streak. However, Scotland is also a dominant force even in uncharted territory. Both teams can score goals, but Scotland take this victory on Finnish soil.
Finland-Scotland Final Prediction and Forecast: Scotland (+115), Over 2.5 Goals (-120)