Scotland vs Spain line-ups: Starting XI, most recent injuries, confirmed squad news for Euro 2024 qualifiers today
The Scots won their Germany opener against Cyprus on Saturday thanks to a late brace from Manchester United midfielder after John McGinn opened the scoring.
Manager Steve Clarke pointed to his side’s incomplete pressing play as the only downside to the 3-0 win and so it’s no surprise that McTominay enters the starting XI tonight.
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Che Adams misses the match after injuring his calf against Cyprus. Lawrence Shankland has replaced the Southampton striker in the squad but Lyndon Dykes is given the nod.
Celtic right-back Anthony Ralston has also withdrawn due to a knock. As for Spain, Joselu made his starting point at Hampden by coming, like McTominay, off the bench to score twice in his side’s 3-0 win on Saturday.
The veteran striker – Spain’s oldest debutant since 2006 – got his chance from the start, with captain Alvaro Morata falling to the bench.
First-choice goalkeeper Unai Simon is out through injury, as are Barcelona playmaker Pedri as well as strikers Gerard Moreno and Bryan Gil.
Scotland XI: Gunn, Porteous, Hanley, Tierney, Hickey, McGregor, McTominay, McGinn, Robertson, Christie, Dykes.
Subtitles: Kelly, Clark, Patterson, Shankland, Hyam, Gilmour, Cooper, Armstrong, Ferguson, Brown, McLean, Jack.
Spain XI: Kepa, Porro, Garcia, Martinez, Gaya, Rodri, Merino, Ceballos, Oyarzabal, Joselu, Pino.
Subtitles: Sanchez, Rayo, Nacho, Laporte, Morata, Ruiz, Gavi, Iglesias, Aspas, Williams, Carvajal, Zubimendi.