Scotland face Serbia of their essential Euro 2020 qualifying play-off last as each side look to succeed in subsequent summer season’s match.
The European Championships have been put again to a yr because of the COVID-19 lockdown and 4 locations are but to be determined.
Scotland tackle Serbia in one in every of 4 play-off finals this week with the winner set to hitch England in Group D subsequent summer season.
The Scots beat Israel on penalties within the semi-final whereas Serbia edged previous Norway.
Serbia v Scotland: Date and kick-off time
This Euro 2020 qualifying play-off last shall be held on the Purple Star Stadium in Belgrade on Thursday, November 12 and can kick-off at 7:45pm.
These two have solely met on one event earlier than – in qualification for 2014 World Cup.
They drew 0-Zero in Glasgow earlier than Serbia received 2-Zero in Novi Unhappy.
Serbia v Scotland: TV channel and reside stream
This match shall be proven reside on Sky Sports activities Soccer from 7pm and additionally free-to-air on Sky Choose.
It may be reside streamed by way of the app utilizing their cellular, pill or laptop gadgets.
Serbia v Scotland: The right way to hear
Full protection from Purple Star Stadium in Belgrade shall be reside on talkSPORT 2, with our protection beginning at 7pm.
Nigel Adderley and Chris Iwelumo shall be on commentary obligation and to tune in, click on the radio participant beneath or HERE for the reside stream.
Serbia v Scotland: Staff information
Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley needed to pull out of squad by harm
- Goalkeepers: Marshall (Derby County), McLaughlin (Rangers), Gordon (Coronary heart of Midlothian).
- Defenders: Considine (Aberdeen), Gallagher (Motherwell), McKenna (Nottingham Forest), Cooper (Leeds), O’Donnell (Motherwell), Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday), Robertson (Liverpool), Tierney (Arsenal), Taylor (Celtic)
- Midfielders: McTominay (Manchester United), Christie (Celtic), McGregor (Celtic), Armstrong (Southampton), Jack (Rangers), McGinn (Aston Villa), Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
- Forwards: Dykes (QPR), Burke (Sheffield United), McBurnie (Sheffield United), Griffiths (Celtic), Paterson (Sheffield Wednesday), Shankland (Dundee United)