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World Cup 2018 UEFA Group F qualification match

 Scotland 2 England 2
[0-0]
Match Summary
Scotland Squad

England Squad

Team Records
   
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The Tartan Army Squad for the match against England  June 2017
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G

Anya, Ikechi

3 January 1988 29 M Derby County FC, England 26 3

Armstrong, Stuart

30 March 1992 25 M The Celtic FC 1 0

Bannan, Barry Ryan

1 December 1989 27 M Sheffield Wednesday FC, England 25 0

Berra, Christophe Didier

31 January 1985 32 D Heart of Midlothian FC 35 3

Brown, Scott 

25 June 1985 31 M The Celtic FC 52 4

Cairney, Thomas

20 January 1991
born in Nottingham
26 M Fulham FC, England 1 0

Fletcher, Darren Barr

1 February 1984 33 CM West Bromwich Albion FC, England 78 5
signed with Stoke City FC, England on 1 June, effective 1 July.

Fletcher, Steven Kenneth

26 March 1987
born in Shrewsbury
30 F Sheffield Wednesday FC, England 30 9
Fletcher was withdrawn from the squad on 29 May because of an injury.

Forrest, James

7 July 1991 25 RM The Celtic FC 17 0

Fraser, Ryan

24 February 1994 23 M AFC Bournemouth, England 0 0

Gordon, Craig Anthony

31 December 1982 34 G The Celtic FC 46 0

Griffiths, Leigh

20 August 1990 26 F The Celtic FC 12 0

Hamilton, Jack

23 March 1994 23 G Heart of Midlothian FC 0 0
Hamilton was one of four players culled on 29 May, but returned on 1 June to replace McGregor.

Kingsley, Stephen

23 July 1994 22 LB Swansea City FC, England 1 0

McArthur, James McFarlane

7 October 1987 29 CM Crystal Palace FC, England 27 3

McGinn, John

18 October 1994 22 M Hibernian FC 3 0
McGinn was one of four players who did not survive the cull of the squad on 29 May.

McGregor, Allan James

31 January 1982 35 G Hull City AFC, England 36 0
McGregor withdrew from the squad on 1 June due to injury.

McLean, Kenneth

8 January 1992 25 C/LM Aberdeen FC 1 0
McLean was one of four players who did not survive the cull of the squad on 29 May.

Marshall, David James

5 March 1985 32 G Hull City AFC, England 27 0

Martin, Christopher Hugh

4 November 1988
born in Beccles
28 F Derby County FC, England 12 3
also represented England U19

Martin, Russell Kenneth Alexander

4 January 1986
born in Brighton
31 RB Norwich City FC, England 29 0

Morrison, James Clark

25 May 1986
born in Darlington
30 M West Bromwich Albion FC, England 43 3
represented England at various Youth levels 
Mulgrew, Charles Patrick 6 March 1986 31 CD Blackburn Rovers FC, England 26 2

Murphy, James

28 August 1989 27 F Brighton & Hove Albion FC, England 0 0
Murphy was one of four players who did not survive the cull of the squad on 29 May.

Naismith, Steven John

14 September 1986 30 F Norwich City FC, England 45 7

Reynolds, Mark

7 May 1987 30 CD Aberdeen FC 0 0

Robertson, Andrew

11 March 1994 23 LB Hull City AFC, England 14 1

Snodgrass, Robert

7 September 1987 29 M West Ham United FC, England 23 6

Tierney, Kieran

5 June 1997
born in the Isle of Man
19 LB The Celtic FC 3 0

Squad details correct up to and including Scotland's match against Slovenia on 26 March 2017.
Tallies from SFA

Diary

Monday, 22 May 2017 - Brighton's Jamie Murphy and Aberdeen duo Kenny McLean and Mark Reynolds have been called up to the Scotland squad for their World Cup match with England. Absent from the squad are Matt Ritchie and Grant Hanley, who have been promoted with Newcastle United. Also dropping out from the squad that defeated Slovenia are Leipzig's Oliver Burke, West Brom's Matt Phillips and Middlesbrough's Jordan Rhodes. Winger Phillips and central defender Hanley pulled out of that squad through injury and have not played since April. Ritchie scored in the 4-1 win over Preston North End that secured Newcastle United's promotion to England's top flight but missed the last two games of the season through suspension.

Monday, 29 May 2017 - Sheffield Wednesday striker Steven Fletcher is one of five players out of the Scotland squad to face England after head coach Gordon Strachan slimmed down his original 29. Fletcher picked up an injury in his side's Championship play-off semi-final. Uncapped fellow forward Jamie Murphy, of Brighton, Hibernian's John McGinn and fellow midfielder Kenny McLean, of Aberdeen, also miss out. Hearts goalkeeper Jack Hamilton is not needed after being named as cover. Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney remains in the squad despite suffering a facial injury that forced him to be substituted in the first half of Saturday's 2-1 Scottish Cup final win over Aberdeen. It means that six players remain from Brendan Rodgers' side who completed the Scottish domestic treble.

Thursday, 1 June 2017 - Jack Hamilton returns to the squad as Allan McGregor withdraws through injury. The Hull goalkeeper has a thumb injury.

Scotland captain Darren Fletcher signs for Stoke City FC on a free transfer. The transfer will take effect when his current contract with West Bromwich Albion FC expires on 31 June 2017.

Scotland Form: last six games
W D L L D W  f 8:a 9  success: 50%
746 4 September 2016 - Malta 1 Scotland 5 [1-1]
Stadium Nazzjonali, Ħ'Attard
Effiong
Snodgrass (3 (1 pen)), Martin, S.Fletcher
WCP AW
Caruana
747 8 October 2016 - Scotland 1 Lithuania 1 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Glasgow
McArthur
Cernych
HD
748 11 October 2016 - Slovakia 3 Scotland 0 [1-0]
Štadión Antona Malatinskeho, Trnava
Mak (2), Nemec AL
749 11 November 2016 - England 3 Scotland 0 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley
Sturridge, Lallana, Cahill AL
750 22 March 2017 - Scotland 1 Canada 1 [1-1]
Easter Road, Edinburgh
Naismith
Aird
 Fr HD
751 26 March 2017 - Scotland 1 Slovenia 0 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Glasgow
Martin WCP HW

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