Scotland will begin with their Euro 2024 qualification campaign when they welcome Cyprus to Hampden Park on Saturday.
The Tartan Army’s disappointment after missing out on the World Cup play-offs was partly compensated by them topping their Nations League group after the goalless draw against Ukraine. Still, coach Steve Clark will know the importance of securing a berth in the Euro 2024 finals in Germany.
With Spain, Norway and Georgia completing Group A in the European Championship qualifiers, Cyprus have given themselves some hope in terms of their recent results under the tutelage of Georgian manager Temur Ketsbaia – such as a 1-0 Nations League win over Greece.
GOAL brings you details on how to watch the game on TV in the US, UK and India, and how to stream it live online.
Scotland vs Cyprus date & kick-off time
|Game:||Scotland vs Cyprus|
|Date:||March 25, 2023|
|Kick-off:||10am EDT, 2pm GMT, 7:30pm IST|
|Venue:||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
How to watch Scotland vs Cyprus on TV & live stream online
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In the United States (US), the game can be watched live on Fox Sports Plus, Fubo and Vix+.
Viapla Sports 1 will showcase the game in the United Kingdom (UK), with streaming available on Viaplay.
In India, the Sony Sports network has the rights to show Euro 2024 qualifying games with streaming on SonyLIV.
|Country||TV channel||Live stream|
|US||Fox Sports Plus||Fox Sports Plus, Fubo, Vix+|
|UK||Viaplay Sports 1||Viaplay|
|India||Sony Sports Ten 2 SD/HD||SonyLIV|
Scotland team news & squad
Angus Gunn seems likely of the trio of goalkeepers to earn his first senior international cap, with the pair of Grant Hanley and Ryan Porteous to marshal the backline and Manchester United’s Scott McTominay among the midfielders.
Che Adams may be the preferred choice over Lyndon Dykes in attack as the Queens Park Rangers forward has been down with pneumonia of late.
Scotland possible XI: Gunn; Hickey, Hanley, Porteous, Robertson; McTominay, McGregor; Armstrong, McGinn, Christie; Adams
|Goalkeepers||Clark, Gunn, Kelly|
|Defenders||Cooper, Hanley, Hendry, Hickey, Patterson, Porteous, Robertson, Tierney|
|Midfielders||Armstrong, Gilmour, Ferguson, Jack, McGinn, McGregor, McLean, McTominay|
|Forwards||Adams, Brown, Christie, Dykes|
Cyprus team news & squad
Pieros Sotiriou‘s absence from the squad will push veteran Demetris Christofi to lead the attack, while Alex Gogic – who plays for St. Mirren in the Scottish Premiership – may have to make do with a spot on the bench.
Cyprus possible XI: Panagi; Antoniou, Laifis, Roberge, Ioannou; Kyriakou, Kastanos, Artymatas; Loizou, Christofi, Tzionis
|Goalkeepers||Demetriou, Toumpas, Panayi|
|Defenders||N. Ioannou, Laifis, Antoniades, Roberge, Panagiotou, Correa|
|Midfielders||Charalampous, Kyriakou, Spoljaric, Kastanos, Gogic, M. Ioannou|
|Forwards||Loizou, Antoniou, Kakoulli, Pittas, Christofi|