World Cup Qualifiers: Pick your Scotland starting XI to face the Faroe Islands

Scotland face the Faroe Islands in one other enormous World Cup Qualifier however who would you decide to begin Tuesday’s match? Choose with our group selector…

Whoever takes to the area at the Tórsvøllur stadium will little doubt nonetheless be on a excessive following that dramatic win over Israel.

Scott McTominay’s injury-time objective noticed Steve Clarke’s facet twice come from behind to win 3-2 at a sold-out Hampden Park.

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Highlights of the World Cup qualifier between Scotland and Israel from Hampden Park

A 3rd win in a row means Scotland at the moment are 4 factors away from Group F rivals Israel and Austria in the race for second.

Victory on Tuesday, then towards Moldova subsequent month, will assure a play-off spot.

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Faroe Islands

Tuesday twelfth October 7:00pm

Kick off 7:45pm

So who will play? Well, there might be a change up-front with Southampton striker Che Adams being dominated out of Tuesday’s tie after limping off injured at Hampden Park.

At the different finish of the pitch, Clarke additionally faces a call on who begins in defence with Grant Hanley coming back from suspension.

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  • Scotland fixtures
  • Live on Sky

Hanley’s one-match ban got here after choosing up a second yellow card in the qualifiers and 10 others in the squad – together with the likes of John McGinn, Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes – at the moment are one reserving away from an analogous suspension.

There are loads of massive selections to make throughout the pitch forward of the recreation which you’ll see stay on Sky Sports Main Event from 7pm.

Pick your Scotland XI with our group selector…

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