A 1-0 defeat to Ukraine in last week’s semi-final meant Scotland’s wait for an appearance at a men’s World Cup will stretch past 24 years.
Success in the inaugural edition of the Nations League proved to be Scotland’s route to the Euro 2020 finals after Steve Clarke’s side missed out on an automatic spot in qualifying.
With Scotland in Nations League Group B along with Armenia, Ireland and Ukraine, finishing top of the group would boost their hopes of making it through to Euro 2024 in Germany.
Here’s everything you need to now before the match this evening.
When is Scotland vs Armenia?
The match will kick off at 7.45 pm on Wednesday 8 June at Hampden Park, Glasgow.
How can I watch it?
The match will be shown live on Premier Sports 1 and on the Premier Sports Player.
Scotland XI: Gordon, Souttar, Hendry, McKenna, Ralston, McGregor, McGinn, Robertson, Armstrong, Christie, Adams.
Armenia XI: Yurchenko, A. Hovhannisyan, Haroyan, Grigoryan, Bayramyan, Spertsyan, Barseghyan, K. Hovhannisyan, Mkoyan, Hambartsumyan, Adamyan.
Scotland will need to deliver a big performance to life the mood around the camp on what could quickly turn into a flat night at Hampden. They should have enough quality to beat Armenia but it might not be pretty. Scotland 2-0 Armenia
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