The season is currently 6 games old. Throughout those games in the UEFA Nations League 20/21 there have been a number of teams who have performed either above or in line with their expectations. Scotland are one of those teams. Out of the 6 that they have played so far they have managed to win 3 of them. This gives them a win percentage of 58.33%. This has played a massive part in their form this season and is why they are managing to achieve at least what was expected at the start of the season. Sitting in 2 place they will be happy with their season so far.
Part of the reason for their success is their ability to outscore the opposition. This is shown with their goal difference of 1. The ability to keep out the opposition is a vital part of winning football matches but it does require the ability to score goals at the same time. Scotland have managed this with aplomb and it shows with the number of goals conceded sitting at 4 and their goals scored column showing 5.
With a goal scoring record of 0.83 it is no wonder that Scotland have managed to make the season such a successful one. They have managed to achieve more than what their fans expected at the start of the season and if they keep up their current performances then they are likely to keep it up.
Over their last five games they have managed to win 3. This shows that they are in excellent form and this combined with their total win percentage of 58.33% means that they are well placed to finish the season with a strong run.
Part of this achievement is down to their strength in defence. By only conceding 4 goals in 6 matches they are letting in just goals per game. A strong defence is a vital base to having a successful season and so far Scotland have managed that.
Even though Scotland are having a very successful season so far, they have not been particularly prolific in front of goal. They have only scored 5 in 6 games so far this season, which means they score 0.83 per game. This is a relatively low amount for a team in their position and if they want to keep their position in the UEFA Nations League 20/21 they will have to improve this aspect of their play.
With a win percentage of 58.33% it is highly likely that Scotland will continue to maintain their current form and finish the season strongly. This is backed up by the stats which shows them to be one of the strongest teams in the UEFA Nations League 20/21.