In mobile adhoc networks the group oriented communications is very important. Multicasting is an efficient transmission of packets to a group of zero or more hosts. We propose an efficient scalable, reliable and stable multicast routing protocol using hybrid link prediction technique. It is based on Efficient Geographic Multicast protocol (EGMP). The main objective is to find scalable and stable routes that reduce the number of hosts that participates in packet forwarding in order to reduce bandwidth and energy. It can be achieved by selecting Backbone Nodes (BN). To determine the back bone nodes we consider low mobility nodes in a large group of receivers. From this approach low mobility nodes can be act as BN with fewer forwarders. Through stable BN a stable multicast route with few forwarders is selected to provide efficient utilization of energy in the network. EGMP method constructs a tree structure, multicast path is formed based on BN. It helps to provide stable route and update host movement. The shorter routes are selected for transmission in order to reduce the bandwidth consumption and transmission delay. The associability routing metrics proposed here helps to determine about the scalability, reliability and stability to provide efficient utilization of energy in the network.