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2020 UEFA European Championship First Phase Group D

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

Scotland Squad
Team Records
   
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The Tartan Army European Championship Finals Squad-pre England  June 2021
←Last Scottish Squad that faced England (967)  
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
10.Adams, Ché Zacherton 13 July 1996
in Leicester, England
24 F Southampton FC, England 5 2
also has two England U21 appearances

17.Armstrong, Stuart

30 March 1992 29 M Southampton FC, England 26 2
11.Christie, Ryan 22 February 1995 26 M/F The Celtic FC 20 4
16.Cooper, Liam David Ian 30 August 1991
in Kingston-upon-Hull, England
29 CD Leeds United AFC, England 7 0
9.Dykes, Lyndon John 7 October 1995
in Gold Coast, Australia
25 F Queen's Park Rangers FC, England 13 2
14.Fleck, John Alexander 24 August 1991 29 M Sheffield United FC, England 5 0

25.Forrest, James

7 July 1991 29 F The Celtic FC 38 5
20.Fraser, Ryan 24 February 1994 27 F Newcastle United FC, England 19 4
15.Gallagher, Declan Patrick 13 February 1991 30 CD Motherwell FC 9 0
23.Gilmour, Billy Clifford 11 June 2001 19 M Chelsea FC, England 2 0

12.Gordon, Craig Anthony

31 December 1982 38 G Heart of Midlothian FC 57 0
5.Hanley, Grant Campbell 20 November 1991 29 CD Norwich City FC, England 34 2
24.Hendry, Jack William 7 May 1995 26 CD The Celtic FC 7 1

7.McGinn, John

18 October 1994 26 M Aston Villa FC, England 34 10
8.McGregor, Callum William 14 June 1993 27 M The Celtic FC 32 0
26.McKenna, Scott Fraser 12 November 1996 24 D Nottingham Forest FC, England 21 0
21.McLaughlin, Jonathan Peter 9 September 1987 33 G Rangers FC 2 0
4.McTominay, Scott Francis 8 December 1996
in Lancaster, England
24 CM Manchester United FC, England 24 0

1.Marshall, David James

5 March 1985 36 G Derby County FC, England 45 0
19.Nisbet, Kevin 8 March 1997 24 CF Hibernians FC 4 1
2.O'Donnell, Stephen Gerard 11 May 1992 29 RB Motherwell FC 20 0
22.Patterson, Nathan Kenneth 16 October 2001 19 RB Rangers FC 1 0

3.Robertson, Andrew

11 March 1994 27 LB Liverpool FC, England 46 3
13.Taylor, Greg John 5 November 1997 23 LB The Celtic FC 5 0

6.Tierney, Kieran

5 June 1997
in Douglas, Isle of Man
23 L/CB Arsenal FC, England 21 0
18.Turnbull, David 10 July 1999 20 M The Celtic FC 1 0

Squad details correct up to and including Scotland's match against Czech Republic on 14 June 2021.
Tallies from SFA

Diary

Sunday, 25 April 2021 - The Scottish National Team will base themselves at Middlesbrough FCs Rockliffe training complex for the duration of the European Championships. Steve Clarke's side tweice play at Hampden Park in Glasgow, but their usual training centre, at Oriam near Edinburgh, was booked by the Czech team before Scotland were able to qualify themselves. Clarke wants the best 'possible training facilities available' and is delighted that Scotland have been able to secure a spot near Darllington.

Tuesday, 4 May 2021 - Teams will be allowed to select a 26-player squad instead of 23 at this summer's delayed European Championship Finals. The change has been implemented to lessen the load on players after a club season compressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also help managers adapt if outbreaks occur during the tournament.

Wednesday, 19 May 2021 - Scotland manager has sprung a surprise by including uncapped trio Billy Gilmour, Nathan Patterson and David Turnbull in his 26-man squad for Euro 2020. The three are under-21 internationals but have never been previously called-up. Liam Cooper, Greg Taylor and Kevin Nisbet are also included in Scotland's first major tournament since 1998.
Scotland depart for a warm-weather training camp in La Finca, Spain on 27 May.

Friday, 28 May 2021 - The Scotland Squad have their first training session is underway in La Finca Resort, in the Algorfa area of Alicante, South-East Spain. Billy Gilmour is the only exemption, as he is with his club on Champions League duty in Portugal.

Saturday, 29 May 2021 -
The Czech Republic squad have decided to base themselves back in Prague instead of the Oriam Training Centre near Edinburgh for the duration of the European Championships. However, the SFA are unlikely to scrap its own six months of preparations at its squad's base at Rockliffe with only a week before they are scheduled to move in.

Monday, 31 May 2021, evening -
The Squad numbers that the Scottish team will be wearing throughout the Tournament are released.

Tuesday, 1 June 2021 -
Sheffield United's midfielder John Fleck has tested positive for Covid19 at the teams base in La Finca. The 29 year-old midfielder is asymptomatic but has to quarantine for ten days - or until he records two negative tests - in accordance with Spanish health protocols. The SFA confirmed that the rest of the squad recorded negative results after being retested.

Wednesday, 2 June 2021 -
A further six players will miss tonight's friendly against the Netherlands due to CoVid-19 fears following John Fleck's positive test. David Marshall, Stephen O'Donnell, Nathan Patterson, Grant Hanley, John McGinn and Ché Adams have not travelled with the squad to Portugal. They have all tested negative but have been kept back as a precaution. However, it does leave Steve Clarke with just nineteen players for the first of two Euro 2020 warm-up games.
Netherlands 2 Scotland 2 - Depleted Scotland continued their Euro 2020 preparations in positive fashion, despite Memphis Depay's late free-kick denying them victory over the Netherlands in Portugal. Shorn of seven players, Steve Clarke's side defied any early concerns when Jack Hendry drilled in to cap a fine start. Depay swept home a composed first time shot to level, then arced in a stunning set piece in the final moments after substitute Kevin Nisbet scored with his first touch to restore Scotland's lead.

Sunday, 6 June 2021 - Luxembourg 0 Scotland 1 -
Billy Gilmour's sparkling cameo briefly lit up a routine win over 10-man Luxembourg in Scotland's final warm-up game for Euro 2020. The 19 year-old midfielder, a half-time substitute, impressed with composure and skill in his second cap before a heavy challenge forced him off as a precaution for the final fifteen minutes. Ché Adams slotted Scotland's early opener before Lyndon Dykes was pulled back by Vahid Selimovic on the edge of the box to earn the defender a 34th minute dismissal.

Wednesday, 9 June 2021 -
The Scotland squad arrive at their new base, Rockliffe Park, near Darlington.

Monday, 14 June 2021 - Scotland 0 Czech Republic 2
- Scotland's first match at a major final tournament in 23 years ended in anguish after Patrik Schick's incredible halfway-line goal helped the Czech Republic inflict a deflating opening Euro 2020 defeat at Hampden Park. Around 9,000 fans witnessed Schick open the scoring with a first-half header. Scotland had their chances, striking the bar, but a first foray beyond the group stage already looks a tough task.

Wednesday, 16 June 2021 -
Kieran Tierney says 'it's touch and go' whether he will be fit for Scotland's Group D match against England on Friday. He has already missed the opening match against Czech Republic, and his manager Steve Clarke said Tierney had 'a chance' of making the fixture. Tierney told reporters that a decision would be made tomorrow afternoon, or sometime before the game.

Scotland Form: last six games
D D W D W L  f 10:a 6  success: 58%
787 25 March 2021 - Scotland 2 Austria 2 [0-0]
National Stadium, Glasgow
Hanley, McGinn
Kalajdžić (2)
WCP HD
788 28 March 2021 - Israel 1 Scotland 1 [1-0]
Bloomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv
Peretz
Fraser
AD
789 31 March 2021 - Scotland 4 Faroe Islands 0 [1-0]
National Stadium, Glasgow
McGinn (2), Adams, Fraser HW
790 2 June 2021 - Netherlands 2 Scotland 2 [1-1]
Estádio Algarve, Faro
Depay (2)
Hendry, Nisbet
 Fr ND
791 6 June 2021 - Luxembourg 0 Scotland 1 [0-1]
Stade Josey Barthel, Lëtzebuerg
Adams AW
Vahid Selimovic
792 14 June 2021 -
Scotland
0 Czech Republic 2 [0-1]
National Stadium, Glasgow
Schick (2) ECF HL

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