Che Adams scored the first half and it proved to be the winner, despite several chances for Scotland to extend their advantage.
Lyndon Dykes hit the post and also spurned two chances against the ten men following Vahid Selimovic’s red card.
Nathan Patterson made his international debut off the bench in the second half but there was concern over Billy Gilmour after a clattering in the second half by Olivier Thill that only brought a yellow card – and the midfielder being withdrawn as a precaution by the Scotland management after just over 20 minutes of action.
After this it’s now next stop Middlesbrough for the team base for the group stage games against Czech Republic and Croatia at Hampden – either side of a trip to Wembley for the Group D match with England.
Steve Clarke has already had the squad in Spain for some training and bonding – as well as a warm-up game for some of the squad against Holland.
It was a respectable performance against the Netherlands which has been met with a cautious optimism after a 2-2 draw and tonight’s match was another chance for game-time ahead of the Czech meeting on June 14.
We’ll take you through the game as we did with first warm-up match and as usual, we’ll have all the post-match reaction, right here at The Scotsman website and liveblog.
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Luxembourg v Scotland: FULL TIME
Last updated: Sunday, 06 June, 2021, 17:15
- Luxembourg (Selimovic s/o 34) 0-1 Scotland (Adams 27)
- Kick-Off 5pm, Sunday, June 6, 2021
- SCOTLAND: Marshall, O’Donnell (Patterson 63), Gallagher (McKenna 46), Hanley, Tierney, Robertson (Fraser 63), McGregor (Gilmour 46, Forrest 75), McGinn, McTominay, Adams, Dykes.
Good afternoon and welcome to The Scotsman’s live coverage of Scotland’s final warm-up match before Euro 2020.
The Championships begin in five days time when Italy host Turkey in Rome and we’re eight days away from the real kick-off when the Czech Republic are visitors to Hampden.
First Steve Clarke has his side in Luxembourg for another warm-up after Wednesday night’s heartening draw with the Netherlands.
Now, as we did then, we’ll bring you build-up, live action from the game and post-match reaction right here and on Scotsman.com.
Taste of what’s to come
Here’s what to expect in this live blog (and hopefully from Scotland too) as we look back to Wednesday night’s 2-2 draw with the Memphis Depay inspired Dutch.
Scotland were in Portugal to take on Frank de Boer’s Dutch team in the first friendly as preparations for Euro 2020 step up a notch.
There’s likely to be changes to Steve Clarke’s team tonight - especially with six players who sat out the Netherlands game as a precaution back in the fray.
It’s likely Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney and Callum McGregor will sit out.... so who could be captain then?
Andrew Smith spoke to one contender
Scotland captaincy beckons for Scott McTominay, with unfazed Manchester United midfielder determined to walk tall at Euros
A curious quirk concerning Scott McTominay is that the Manchester United midfielder took a ten-inch growth spurt beyond reaching the age of 18.
Scotland are in dreamland being back at a major finals for the first time in more than a generation... and the players are all included in the various fantasy football games that are complementing the tournament.
Here are a few tips and suggestions if you’re taking part with friends or colleagues or just for fun, this summer...
Are you a fantasy football fan? Want to beat your mates in this years Euro 2020 fantasy league? Well have a look at who we recommend as your must buys, bargains and top tips for this summer’s tournament.
Of course John Fleck’s covid situation threw Scotland’s training camp in Alicante into a bit of a predicament, and meant six other sat out as a precaution against the Netherlands.It’s not the first Covid incident to hit Scotland since the pandemic began, but the Sheffield United midfielder is expected to be back by the time the Euros kick off.
Stuart Armstrong, Scotland midfielder
The good thing is the isolation with John will hopefully come to an end just when the tournament is beginning. It is tough for him at the moment and I do feel for him. I have been there myself.
Read more here
Is the glass half-full, or half-empty?
On one hand, Scotland have lost just TWO of the last 15 internationals.... a great stat.
On the other, there’s just been ONE win out of the last six.
A morale-booster to build on Wednesday’s feelgood factor would be more than welcome going into the big event next week.
Time for teams?
It’s another 20 minutes or so until we expect some team news through.
In the meantime, here’s the goals from Wednesday’s match with Netherlands.
Cracking strike for a centre-half for the opener and a great run from Andy Robertson and finish from Kevin Nisbet for the second too.
Good stop from Craig Gordon too with the score at 2-1
(And yes, that late free-kick was not bad either)
Teams are out
Seven changes for Steve Clarke
Here’s the Scotland team to face Luxembourg (kick off 5pm)
SCOTLAND: Marshall, O’Donnell, Gallagher, Hanley, Tierney, Robertson, McGregor, McGinn, McTominay, Adams, Dykes.
And here’s what you’ve said on social media to Steve Clarke’s selection...
How to watch
The game is on TV tonight - kick-off in just under an hour... and that’s the perfect complement to this evening’s live blog!
Here’s how to watch 👇
Scotland v Luxembourg: Kick-off time, is Euro 2020 warm-up game on TV, stream details, odds, why minnows will be tricky opposition
Scotland play their final Euro 2020 warm-up match on Sunday against Luxembourg.
Scotland are well fancied by the bookmakers
Luxembourg 5/1 (Boylesports, Unibet) Draw 14/5 (bet365) Scotland 4/6 (McBookie, skybet, Unibet)
We took a guess at predicting Steve Clarke’s line-up again yesterday just like we did ahead of the Holland game.
It’s another decent effort.
Ahead of the Netherlands game we predicted 10 of the 11 selected and for the match in Luxembourg it’s 8/11.
We said..... Steve Said....
❌ Jack Hendry ✅ Declan Gallagher
❌ Nathan Patterson ✅ Stephen O’Donnell
❌ Scott McKenna ✅ Kieran Tierney
Kris Boyd discusses the line-up on Sky Sports News
I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s exactly it. Maybe the only position to look at is one of the back three dropping out. Apart from that it’s pretty much nailed on.
Kick off minutes away
Here we go,
Che Adams takes centre, and we’re off...