UEFA Under-21 Championship Qualifier
Croatia v Scotland
Tuesday 10 September, kick-off 8pm
Stadion Subicevac, Sibenik, Croatia
Scotland Under-21s European Qualifying campaign began with a winning start against San Marino on Thursday night.
The youngsters put in a comfortable performance at St Mirren Park, dominating possession and keeping San Marino at bay all evening.
Scot Gemmill's side are now turning their attention from the bottom seed in the group to the top seed, with Croatia up next for the youngsters.
Stadion Subicevac in Sibenik will host the clash, as the Scots aim to follow up on their 2-0 victory in Paisley.
Head Coach Scot Gemmill praised his players for their performance against San Marino.
The manager admitted post-match that it could have been more than the 2-0 scoreline, but highlighted his players ability to break down stubborn opposition.
The foundations of the clean sheet is a component Gemmill hopes his team can take in to Tuesday's game against Croatia.
He said: "We were really pleased tactically against San Marino. When you play a team from Pot Six you really have to make it happen and break them down, and the players showed that they had the intelligence to do that."
#SCO21s | “We know we will be facing one of the best young teams in Europe.”— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) September 9, 2019
After getting off to a winning start in @UEFAUnder21 qualification, Scotland are preparing to take on Croatia in Sibenik tomorrow evening.
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Looking ahead to the second game of the group, he added: "Coming to Croatia, we know we are going to be playing one of the best young teams in Europe, a country with a big history in producing very good young footballers.
"It's a brilliant opportunity for the players to carry on their development. It's something they don't get at club level and it's brilliant that we can bring them here and give them this experience."