Scotland travel to Deventer tomorrow night in their final Euro 2017 group match knowing a victory by two goals would see them progress into the quarter-finals, providing England also beat Portugal.

Netherlands, Sweden Germany and Demark have already secured their passage to the quarter-final stage.

What was said at the press conference

Anna Signeul: “Having three days rest between the games has been good as it’s allowed the players to properly recover and we’re now longing for the match to begin.

“The results have been disappointing so far in the tournament but we need to continue to believe in what we’re doing and follow the game plan that we have. 

“We have had a lot of adversity in the games so far but I still believe we can do it.

“The tactic tomorrow night is to be solid at the back and be patient as we know they will have a lot of ball possession.

“It’s upto us to work as a unit and play as much as possible in their half and take our chances when we get them.

“We have shown in the past that we can score against them and deny them goalscoring opportunities too.

“We need to believe in ourselves.”

Lisa Evans: “We can’t wait for the game and make sure we put the disappointing results we’ve had so far, behind us.

“We’re not ready to go home yet and just being part of the whole tournament has been brilliant but we want to make a mark on this tournament and progress to the quarter-finals.

“We’ve had good results against Spain in the past but also suffered some heartbreak so it’s about going in very focused and taking chances when we have them as we know Spain will have a lot of the ball.

“Having been so close in the past, we want to put that behind us now and get the right result tomorrow night.”

Previous meetings

In 2012, Scotland reached the Euro 2013 play-offs and suffered heartbreak against the Spanish.

They were held 1-1 in their home leg at Hampden Park, Kim Little's 26th-minute penalty cancelled out on the half-hour by Adriana Martín.

Adriana equalised again with 16 minutes remaining in the Madrid return leg after Emma Mitchell had struck for Scotland. 

That meant extra time, where Little's goal on 98 minutes left Spain needing to score twice.

Seven minutes remained when Silvia Meseguer levelled on the night but Gemma Fay then saved a Verónica Boquete penalty to protect the Scots' away goals advantage.

However, with the last kick of added time in extra time, Boquete volleyed past Fay to send Spain to Sweden.

The teams last played on 8 March 2016 in Falkirk, finishing 1-1 with Virginia Torrecilla restoring parity in stoppage time following a Mitchell goal.

Spain have won three times and drawn once in the four occasions they’ve met.

Fan zones

There will be a pre-match fan zone ran in Aberdeen at the Aberdeen Sports Village from 4.30-6.30pm

For fans in Deventer there is a fan zone open from 12pm-8pm in Brink, located 1.5km from the stadium.

There will be activities for everyone, including pole soccer, a living football table and football darts. 

Follow the match

The match at Stadion De Adelaarshorst will kick-off at 7.45pm (UK time) and will be live on More 4 as well as covered across the Scottish FA social media channels.

Follow the national team Instagram account for all of the behind the scenes footage.