Tierney, McTominay and McGinn start for hosts with Doherty selected over Coleman by Kenny as visitors seek back-to-back wins over Tartan Army

Scotland host the Republic of Ireland in the UEFA Nations League this weekend as they look to build on their win over Ukraine.

The hosts beat their opponents 3-0 and gained some revenge after losing in their World Cup play-off.

But Steve Clarke’s side were beaten 3-0 by the Boys in Green in the second leg, so it will be a tough test.

Stephen Kenny’s men have not played football since June but have managed draws against Ukraine and Belgium this year as well as victory against Scotland.

  • The UEFA Nations League match at Hamden Park kicks off at 7:45 p.m.
  • Scotland beat Ukraine 3-0 while the Republic of Ireland have not played since June
  • Scotland: Gordon, Hickey, McKenna, Hendry, Tierney, McTominay, McGregor, McGinn, Armstrong, Christie, Dykes
  • Subs: Kelly, McCrorie, Taylor, Gallagher, Porteous, Adams, Gilmour, Ralston, Doig, Fraser, Jack, McLean
  • Republic of Ireland: Bazunu, Collins, O’Shea, Egan, Doherty, McClean, Molumby, Knight, Cullen, Obafemi, Parrott
  • Subs: Travers, O’Leary, Coleman, Duffy, Robinson, Hendrick, Hourihane, Browne, Hogan, Ogbene, Brady, O’Dowda
  • talkSPORT will have regular updates throughout the evening


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