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Disappointing Start for Scotland (14 Jun 2021)

Scotland's first finals match in 23 years ended in disappointment. A 2-0 defeat at Hampden by Czech Republic down to 2 strikes, one in either half by Patrik Schick. Scotland had their chances, and should have had a penalty, but the Czechs confounded Scotland to defeat.

Scots Win in Luxembourg (6 Jun 2021)

Scotland won 1-0 against Luxembourg , in their last match before the Euros. In the first match with Scotland fans for 18 months, a Che Adams goal was enough to win the tie. It should have been more as Scotland missed multiple chances and Luxembourg played for an hour with 10 men.

Scotland Earn Creditable Draw With Dutch (2 Jun 2021)

A weakened Scotland side twice led the Dutch through Jack Hendry and Kevin Nisbet. But two goals from Memphis Depay, one a minute from time, earned the Dutch a 2-2 draw. Scotland were missing seven players, after John Fleck tested positive for Covid. David Marshall, Stephen O`Donnell, Nathan Patterson, Che Adams, John McGinn, and Grant Hanley were also left behind to be cautious.

Steve Clark Names Euro 2020 Squad (19 May 2021)

Steve Clark has named his 26 man squad for Euro 2020. The surprise is that the uncapped trio of Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull have been included. Leigh Griffiths, Liam Palmer and Andrew Considine have been left out.

Scots Thrash Faroes (31 Mar 2021)

Scotland got their first victory of the campaign with a comfortable 4-0 win at home to the Faroe Islands. Two John McGinn goals, Che Adams' first goal for Scotland, and Ryan Fraser's third goal in his last three games, took Scotland to second place in the group.

Scots Draw In Israel (28 Mar 2021)

Scotland came from behind to get a 1-1 draw in Tel Aviv. A second half goal from Ryan Fraser gave Scotland a deserved draw. It was the sixth meeting between the two sides in two and a half years, with Scotland suffering two previous defeats in Israel.

Scotland Start With Draw Against Austria (25 Mar 2021)

Scotland began the qualification campaign for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with a 2-2 draw at home to Austria. Scotland went behind twice, but a header by Grant Hanley and a spectacular overhead kick by John McGinn got Scotland a point.

Scots Drawn with Denmark and Austria in World Cup Qualifiers (7 Dec 2020)

Scotland have arguably been given a favourable draw for the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. They have been drawn with Denmark, Austria, Israel, Faroe Islands and Moldova.

Scots Miss Out On Promotion (18 Nov 2020)

Scotland failed to win their Nations League group, after a 1-0 defeat in Israel. This meant that Scotland missed out on back to back promotions. Israel scored just before half time, and although Scotland had most of the chances, they failed to score. In the other game, Czech Republic beat Slovakia 2-0 to win the group.

Scots Suffer First Defeat in 10 In Slovakia (15 Nov 2020)

Scotland's unbeaten run ended with a 1-0 defeat in Slovakia. Scotland were the much better team, but a deflected shot in the first half was enough to give Slovakia a 1-0 win. It was only Scotland's second defeat in the Nations League.

Scots Qualify for Euro 2020 (12 Nov 2020)

Scotland defeated Serbia 5-4 on penalties, to qualify for the finals of a tournament for the first time since France '98. Ryan Christie gave Scotland the lead just into the second half, but in the 90th minute, Serbia equalised. Scotland held on during extra time to take it to penalties, with Marshall saving Aleksandar Mitrovic's penalty. Scotland will now play England, Croatia, and Czech Republic in the Euro 2020 Finals.

Scots Beat Tough Czechs (14 Oct 2020)

Scotland won 1-0 at home to Czech Republic thanks to an early goal by Ryan Fraser. The Czechs pounded the Scotland defence in the second half, but Scotland held on to go 8 games undefeated for the first time since 1988.

Victory for Scotland over Slovakia (11 Oct 2020)

Scotland recorded a 1-0 victory at home to Slovakia. A second half goal by Lyndon Dykes was enough to record Scotland's seventh consecutive match without a defeat.

Scotland Through to Play-off Final (8 Oct 2020)

Scotland defeated Israel 5-3 on penalties to face Serbia in the Play-off final next month. After a poor match that had gone to extra-time, Scotland took part in their first ever penalty shootout. Marshall saved Israel's first penalty, while Scotland scored all five of theirs, with Kenny McLean scoring the deciding penalty.

Armstrong hit by Coronavirus (6 Oct 2020)

Two days before the play-off, Scotland were hit by Coronavirus. Stuart Armstrong tested positive, and Ryan Christie and Kieran Tierney have to isolate with him for 14 days due to their contact with Armstrong. This meant that they will be out of the play-off and the Nations League double header.

Scots Defeat Makeshift Czechs (7 Sep 2020)

Scotland won their second Nation's League match 2-1 away to the Czechs. Lyndon Dykes and Ryan Christie goals defeated a makeshift Czech side, that was only called up the day before, as the original squad was quarantined due to Coronavirus.

Scots Draw In Empty Hampden (4 Sep 2020)

In Scotland's first international in over 9 months, they here held to a 1-1 draw with Israel. A penalty by Ryan Christie was cancelled out in the second half by Eran Zahavi, in a match played behind closed doors. They will both play again in the Euro 2020 play offs in a months time.
Squad Details

Euro 2020 Squad

Craig Gordon (Hearts)
David Marshall (Derby County)
Jon McLaughlin (Rangers)

Stephen O`Donnell (Motherwell)
Nathan Patterson (Rangers)
Kieran Tierney (Arsenal)
Andy Robertson (Liverpool)
Declan Gallagher (Motherwell)
Grant Hanley (Norwich City)
Liam Cooper (Leeds Utd)
Jack Hendry (KV Oostende)
Scott McKenna (Nottingham Forest)
Greg Taylor (Celtic)

David Turnbull (Celtic)
John McGinn (Aston Villa)
Stuart Armstrong (Southampton)
Callum McGregor (Celtic)
Billy Gilmour (Chelsea)
Scott McTominay (Manchester Utd)
John Fleck (Sheffield Utd)

Ryan Fraser (Newcastle Utd)
James Forrest (Celtic)
Ryan Christie (Celtic)
Che Adams (Southampton)
Lyndon Dykes (QPR)
Kevin Nisbet (Hibernian)