Live stream, TV channel, start time and team news for friendly match against Hampden

In the middle of the week, SCOTLAND will play Poland in the first international match.

Wards of Steve Clark meet with Robert Lewandowski and Co. after the postponement of the semi-final of the playoffs of the World Cup against Ukraine.

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Scotland head coach Steve Clark has named his squad for the match against Poland and Wales or Austria.Credit: Kenneth Ramsay

Potential final rivals Wales and Austria will go head-to-head, with the loser facing a friendly against the Blues next week.

But for now, all attention is focused on the first match in Hampden.

What time will the match between Scotland and Poland start?

  • Scotland will play Poland on Thursday 24 March.
  • The match will start at 19:45 UK time.
  • It will be played at Hampden.

Which TV channel is broadcasting the match between Scotland and Poland and can I broadcast it live?

  • Scotland vs Poland LIVE on Sky Sports Football.
  • The broadcast starts at 19:00 – 45 minutes before the start of the match.
  • You can stream the game live through the Sky Go app.
  • In addition, you can follow all the activities in our LIVE BLOG.

Team news

Goalkeepers: Craig Gordon (Hearts), Liam Kelly (Motherwell), Zander Clarke (St Johnstone)

Defenders: Grant Hanley (Norwich City), Jack Hendry (Club Brugge), Aaron Hickey (Bologna), Stephen O’Donnell (Motherwell), Nathan Patterson (Everton), Andy Robertson (Liverpool) , Greg Taylor (Celtic), Kieran Tierney (Arsenal). ), Craig Halkett (Hearts)

Midfielders: Stuart Armstrong (Southampton), Lewis Ferguson (Aberdeen), Billy Gilmour (Norwich City), Ryan Jack (Rangers), John McGinn (Aston Villa), Callum McGregor (Celtic) Kenny McLean (Norwich City), Scott McTominay (Manchester City). United)

Forwards: Che Adams (Southampton), Jacob Brown (Stoke City), Ryan Christie (Bournemouth), Lyndon Dykes (QPR), Ross Stewart (Sunderland).

Latest Odds

Scotland 7/5

Draw 2/1

Poland 15/8

*Paddy Power odds correct as of Wednesday, March 23rd*

What did they say in the buildup

Scotland coach Stephen Naismith on Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes

“The hope is that at some point they will return, when it is determined by the clubs and the current protocols, but the hope is that at some point they will join the team.

“But from the point of view of the first game, it is very clear that the group that is here will be the one that we will focus on in this game.

“Then, like in every game, after that we will look at injuries and things like that.

“It’s a day to day situation, Robbo has Covid so there is a protocol that you have to follow and Lindon is back at his club getting treated and seeing where he is so there is ongoing dialogue day in and day out but there is hope they will be engaged. at some stage.

“Tomorrow may change in terms of circumstances but again clubs will be the ones in control because they won’t let a player go if he’s injured or when he’s wrong.”

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