Scotland face a date with future as they tackle Serbia for a spot at subsequent summer season’s rearrange European Championships.
Euro 2020 has been put again a yr as a result of COVID-19 lockdown and 4 locations on the match are nonetheless up for grabs.
The Euro 2020 qualifying play-off finals can be contested this week with Scotland in Serbia for his or her essential match.
The Scots beat Israel on penalties within the semi-finals whereas Serbia edged previous Norway in extra-time in two nerve-shredding ties.
Now the winner of their last will head to subsequent summer season’s match and be a part of England, Croatia and the Czech Republic in Group D.
Serbia v Scotland: Learn how to hear
This match will get below method at 7:45pm on Thursday, November 12.
Full protection from Purple Star Stadium in Belgrade can be stay on talkSPORT 2, with our protection beginning at 7pm.
Nigel Adderley and Chris Iwelumo can be on commentary obligation and to tune in, click on the radio participant beneath or HERE for the stay stream.
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Serbia v Scotland: What has been mentioned?
Steve Clarke has urged Scotland to ensure they go away Belgrade with no regrets as they give the impression of being to cross the ultimate hurdle blocking their Euro 2020 dream.
He mentioned: “Whenever you go into each sport, (no regrets) is clearly a message you give, that you just go away every thing on the market on the pitch.
“This sport, with its magnitude, means I don’t must say that as a result of the gamers perceive if they arrive off the pitch with regrets then they may always remember that night time.
“You go on the market, you do your greatest, you do every thing you’ll be able to and hopefully the footballing gods provide you with a little bit of luck, they smile on you a bit and also you get the fitting consequence.”
Captain Andy Robertson has taken that message on board.
The Liverpool left-back mentioned: “We are going to go on the market and, whether or not it’s 90 minutes or 120, we have to come away with no regrets. We have to stroll off pondering, ‘OK, we did our all there’.
“We imagine if we do this, it is going to be sufficient. If it’s not, we’ll must cope with that.
“It’s all been optimistic going into this sport and we imagine if we are able to put within the type of performances now we have performed over the past couple of months it is going to be adequate to win the sport.”
Serbia v Scotland: Crew information
Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley needed to pull out of squad by harm
- Goalkeepers: Marshall (Derby County), McLaughlin (Rangers), Gordon (Coronary heart of Midlothian).
- Defenders: Considine (Aberdeen), Gallagher (Motherwell), McKenna (Nottingham Forest), Cooper (Leeds), O’Donnell (Motherwell), Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday), Robertson (Liverpool), Tierney (Arsenal), Taylor (Celtic)
- Midfielders: McTominay (Manchester United), Christie (Celtic), McGregor (Celtic), Armstrong (Southampton), Jack (Rangers), McGinn (Aston Villa), Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
- Forwards: Dykes (QPR), Burke (Sheffield United), McBurnie (Sheffield United), Griffiths (Celtic), Paterson (Sheffield Wednesday), Shankland (Dundee United)