All eyes will be on Germany this weekend as the Bundesliga gets back up and running. The German top-flight clubs will look to finish the current campaign during the coronavirus pandemic by playing behind closed doors.
In the UK BT Sport will show every game from the final nine rounds of fixtures live. And it starts with a cracker as Schalke 04 travel to Borussia Dortmund in the Revierderby. On Sunday Bayern Munich travel to Union Berlin.
With that in mind, we cast our minds back to the Scottish players who have turned out for German clubs. Click and scroll through to see the 13 players featured.
1. Mark Fotheringham
The midfielder had quite the career. After breaking through at Celtic and a two-year stint at Dundee, Fotheringham joined Freiburg where he spent a season. It led to a Switzerland, followed by Norwich City, Dundee United, a spell in Cyprus and playing under Felix Magath at Fulham. He is now assistant boss at 3.Bundesliga side FC Ingolstadt 04.
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2. Steven Tweed
After more than 120 appearances for Hibs, Tweed moved to Greece. The spell could be best described as ill-fated. After time back playing in Scotland Tweed was on the move again, joining Duisburg where he enjoyed a much better period than his previous European sojourn. His next move was to Japan where he stayed for two years before returning to Scotland.
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3. Brian O'Neil
He became a popular figure at Wolfsburg following a £350,000 move from Aberdeen. During his two and a half years at the club he helped them qualify for the Uefa Cup. It was his only period outside of the UK. O'Neil came through at Celtic and played for Aberdeen and Derby County amongst others.
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4. Paul Lambert
The midfielder is a cult hero at Borussia Dortmund. In just over a season with the German giants he emerged as a key player, helping the team to win the Champions League where he is known for marking Zinedine Zidane out the match. He'd make at least a century of appearances as St Mirren, Motherwell and Celtic where he won a glut of trophies.
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