UEFA Women’s Nations League

Scotland v Netherlands

Tuesday, 31 October KO 7.45pm

Hampden Park, Glasgow

Scotland will host the Netherlands in the second game of our UEFA Women’s Nations League double-header tomorrow night.

Pedro Martinez Losa’s side go into the game off the back of a 4-0 defeat in Nijmegen on Friday. Goals from Danielle van de Donk, Esmee Brugts and a double from Lineth Beerensteyn sealed a comprehensive victory for Andreis Jonker’s side who are ranked 7th in the world.

Scotland are currently bottom of ‘League A’ with one point at the halfway stage, with the Netherlands top of the table on six points.

Team News

The group is boosted with the return of midfielder Erin Cuthbert. The rest of the squad is fit and available for selection.

Pre-match thoughts

Following Friday’s defeat, Scotland midfielder, Lisa Evans said: “At the end of the day we’ve got another performance on Tuesday, and we need to make it better. We know ourselves we can do better than we showed and we need to put it right.

“Holland are a top side – they’ve not been in finals for no reason. To be honest, they gave us a footballing lesson. We need to review the game and do the basics better.

“We need to be way more aggressive than what we showed and we’ve got the opportunity to put it right.”


Tickets for the match will be available right up until the 7.45pm kick-off, and can be bough online here.

Where to watch

The match will be broadcast live on BBC Alba from 7.30pm.

Scotland squad

Fiona Brown FC Rosengård
Jenna Clark Liverpool
Rachel Corsie Aston Villa
Erin Cuthbert Chelsea
Lauren Davidson Glasgow City
Nicola Docherty Rangers
Claire Emslie Angel City 
Lisa Evans West Ham United
Jenna Fife Rangers
Amy Gallacher Celtic
Lee Gibson Glasgow City
Christy Grimshaw AC Milan
Kirsty Hanson Aston Villa
Kathryn Hill Rangers
Sophie Howard Leicester City
Kirsty Howat Rangers
Rachel McLauchlan Rangers
Kirsty MacLean Rangers
Sandy McIver Manchester City
Jamie-Lee Napier Bristol City
Amy Rodgers Bristol City
Martha Thomas Tottenham Hotspur
Jenny Smith Celtic