Euro 2016 Qualifiers continue as Scotland take on Georgia in Tbilisi with the game live streaming to watch online (KO 17:00) as Gordon Strachan looks for a vital three points in Group D.
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Scotland will be out to maintain their grip on third place in Group D when they travel to Tbilisi to face Georgia early this evening.
Three wins and two draws have put Gordon Strachan’s side in strong contention to secure third place in the group and put them in a play-off for Euro 2016.
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The Scots have scored 12 and conceded 6 in their opening 6 games and are unbeaten since their opening day 2-1 defeat to Germany.
Strachan’s side needed an own goal to beat the Georgians in Hampden Park last October and they lost 2-0 on their last trip to Tbilisi in 2007.
James McFadden was in the team on that occasion however he is not in the squad this time round as he assesses his options as a free agent. The former Everton man has warned the Scottish players to leave George with no regrets.
“I’ve got bad memories of that,” McFadden said. “It’s a big gripe. It’s something that will never leave me. Hopefully, we learn from our mistakes.”
While McFadden is at the end of his International career, Celtic’s Stuart Armstrong is only beginning his. The 23 year old midfielder could make his debut after catching the eye of Strachan and being included in the squad.
“I have been impressed for a while because about two years ago he was in a squad” said Strachan.
“It’s not like he has just come on the radar, he has always been on the radar. It shouldn’t be a big surprise to anyone because he has been doing well at a high level. He looks comfortable at the level he is playing in and he is becoming a major figure in games.”
Derby striker Chris Martin and Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor return to the squad along with Blackburn defender Grant Hanley while Leigh Griffiths has kept his place.
Stoke midfielder Charlie Adams and Barry Bannan have both being left out.
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