The Scotland squad has assembled to prepare for the upcoming double-header against Qatar and the Republic of Ireland.


For the majority of players these games mark the end of their domestic season with several still on a high after promotions and cup final triumphs.

Here’s all the numbers you need to know about the Scotland squad’s 2014/15 seasons:

GOALS | From the 26 players in the Scotland squad 95 domestic goals have been scored in England, Scotland & the MLS this season. 21% of those have come from the boot of Leigh Griffiths who has netted 20 goals for Celtic.

ASSISTS | Scotland’s players have assisted 68 goals in the 2014/15 season. Matt Ritchie made 15 assists as part of AFC Bournemouth’s Championship winning side. Steven Whittaker assisted for Norwich’s second goal in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.

GAMES | The Scotland team have played 953 games between them this season. That’s an average of 37 games per player.

LEAGUE WINNERS | 6 Scotland players have won their respective League Championships this season. Celtic stars Craig Gordon, Charlie Mulgrew, Scott Brown, James Forrest & Leigh Griffiths won the Scottish Premiership while Matt Ritchie lifted the English Championship trophy with AFC Bournemouth.

PROMOTIONS | 4 players were promoted with their clubs this season – all from the Championship into the Premier League. Ikechi Anya was promoted with Watford, Ritchie with Bournemouth and Steven Whittaker and Russell Martin won the Championship play-off with Norwich.

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE | Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton played in front of 89,238 fans at this year’s FA Cup Final in Wembley.

ON THE ROAD | Chicago Fire’s Shaun Maloney travelled 2,162 miles to play San Jose Earthquakes in the MLS in March.

SHOT FROM DISTANCE | Charlie Adam scored from 65 yards in the Stoke City vs. Chelsea game on April 4.