Scotland play their second match in Euro 2017 against Portugal tomorrow night, looking to bounce back from defeat against England in the opening fixture.
They will take on the side ranked 38th in the world in Rotterdam at the Sparta Stadion.
Scotland don’t have happy memories of the stadium after losing 2-0 in a World Cup qualifying play-off against the Netherlands in 2014.
The match will kick-off at 5pm (UK time).
Jane Ross is out of the match with a right shoulder injury and Hayley Lauder will not start the game but could feature off the bench.
What was said at the press conference
Anna Signeul: “We were a little tired after the England game but now everyone is so energised and can’t wait for tomorrow.
“We will miss Jane (Ross) but Lana (Clelland) has done very well when she’s come on in the last few games so we’re looking forward to seeing what she can do.
“We have huge respect for Portugal and they have earned their right to be at this tournament. Cláudia Neto is an excellent player for them and plays her club football in Sweden. We’re very aware of how influential she can be.
“We were devastated after England and we always knew it would be difficult against them but we have a great team spirit and I am so proud that we are such a strong unit.
“We have had a difficult spring with the injuries but it shows how strong we are that we still believe we can go out and win tomorrow.”
Jo Love: “There’s as much pressure on us tomorrow as there was in the last game but we need rise above that and show we’re better than we were against England.
“We’re a clinical team and although we’re missing Jane Ross, Lana is a great player.
“Portugal are a very tactical team who have the ability to cause us problems but we’re going out to win tomorrow and right the wrongs of Wednesday.
Scotland and Portugal will meet for the tenth time in their debut final tournament.
Including friendlies Scotland have won five, drawing two and losing two.
In 2009 qualifying, when Scotland reached the play-offs, they were held 0-0 at home but won 4-1 away with Jenny Beattie's scoring the opener before a Julie Fleeting hat-trick.
The goal count is 23-16 in Scotland's favour.
There will be a pre-match fan zone at Glasgow Girls FC tomorrow at Hallhill Road, Glasgow, G32 0PD between 2pm and 4pm.
For those in the Netherlands, there is a fan zone in Kruisplein which is a 3.1km walk from the stadium. It will be open between 3pm and 11pm for supporters to soak up the pre-match atmosphere.
Follow the match
The game will be live on More 4 and covered across the Scottish FA social media channels.
Follow the national team Instagram account for all of the behind the scenes footage.