Scotland face Norway this evening in the final game of the UEFA EURO 2024 Qualifiers. With Steve Clarke’s side already confirmed for the tournament finals in Germany next summer, the Scots will be hoping to finish the campaign on a high.
Callum McGregor and Greg Taylor started the game against Georgia in Tbilisi on Thursday and Steve Clarke continues with the pair; although, given both the amount of games that they play for Celtic and Scotland’s status in the group, he may make some changes during the match.
Steve Clarke had made four changes to tonight’s line-up from the side that draw 2-2 in Georgia on Thursday.
Romanian referee Mircea Feșnic will be the man in the middle with compatriots Valentin Gabriel Avram and Alexandru Cerei running the line along with Marian Alexandru Barry on Fourth Official duties. Croatia’s Mario Zebec is on VAR duty and will be assisted by fellow Croat Duje Strukan.
Kick Off Time
The game will kick off at 19:45 (Celtic Park Time).
Where to Watch
The match is being televised on Viaplay Sport, with coverage getting underway at 7pm.
Best of luck to Callum McGregor, Greg Taylor and Anthony Ralston who is on the bench and come on Scotland!
⚽️ 🏴 The country “should be proud of this group of players” for qualifying for back-to-back European Championships, says Callum McGregor.
The Celtic captain says there is a lot to be happy about as Steve Clarke’s side finish their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign against Norway. pic.twitter.com/TjtIu7l7os
— BBC Sport Scotland (@BBCSportScot) November 19, 2023
🔢 Steve Clarke makes four changes to tonight’s line-up.
— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) November 19, 2023