UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifier
Scotland v San Marino
Sunday, 13 October 2019, kick-off 5pm
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Scotland take on San Marino at Hampden on Sunday in the second game of their international double header.
With automatic qualification now unattainable, the squad will look to bounce back from Thursday’s defeat at the hands of Russia with a positive performance.
Scotland's hopes of qualification for EURO 2020 now lie through the UEFA Nations League play-offs, which take place next March. Steve Clarke will aim to use Sunday’s game and November’s matches against Cyprus and Kazakhstan as an opportunity to build momentum ahead of those crucial ties.
San Marino travel to Glasgow on the back of a defeat to Belgium. They made a positive start to the game, keeping the Belgians out until the 28th minute, but would go onto lose 9-0. They sit bottom of Group I and are looking to avoid defeat in an international game for the first time since 2014.
Kenny McLean and Johnny Russell were on the scoresheet when Scotland beat San Marino 2-0 back in March.
McLean opened the scoring after four minutes and Scotland then spent the game camped in San Marino’s half before Sporting Kansas City forward Russell slotted home a second late on.
The two sides have played each other seven times since they first met in 1991, with Scotland winning every encounter.
Michael Devlin, John Fleck and Lawrence Shankland all made their debuts against Russia on Thursday. The latter came on at half time to replace Oliver Burke and showed positive signs. Motherwell’s Declan Gallagher and Kilmarnock’s Stuart Findlay could also get their first caps on Sunday.
Grant Hanley, Ryan Jack, Oli McBurnie and Kenny McLean will all be unavailable, having withdrawn from the squad before the Russia match due to injury.
Meanwhile Scott McTominay returns to the squad for the match. The midfielder was suspended for Thursday’s fixture.
Looking ahead to the San Marino game, John Fleck said: “We need to focus on getting ready for Sunday’s match now and try and get a good result.
“The game against San Marino is a good opportunity to begin to put things right.”
You can buy tickets for Sunday’s fixture here and before the game at the ticket kiosks outside Hampden’s west stand from 10am.
Tickets are priced from £8 for juniors and £27 for adults.
Ticket collections for those who have purchased already will be open from 12pm.
Pre match information
There will be a fan zone outside the William Hill South Stand, it will be open from 3pm until 4.30pm. There will be face painters, Foot Pool, freestylers, photo opportunities plus Hexagol – a brand new football football arena which has six challenging games.
JD Sports will be on hand outside the West Stand for any last minute merchandise purchases prior to the game.
Retro Video Club will be performing at half time.
National anthems are due at 4.55pm and the match will kick-off at 5.00pm.
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Hampden Park visitor information
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How to follow the match
The match will be shown live of Sky Sports Football and live commentary will be provided by BBC Radio Scotland. The game kicks off at 5pm.
You can also receive live updates via the official @ScotlandNT twitter account.