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Everything you need to know ahead of Scotland v Norway at Hampden

Scotland will aim to bring their memorable Euro 2024 qualification campaign to a fitting conclusion when they host Norway at Hampden on Sunday.

Steve Clarke’s side secured a top two finish in Group A and a place in next summer's finals in Germany with two matches to spare ensuring the pressure is off ahead of the visit of Ståle Solbakken’s side.

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However, there is still plenty to play for in the last remaining fixture with Scotland able to secure Pot 2 status for the Euro 2024 draw if they defeat the Norwegians by at least two goals to claim the distinction of best group runners-up.

A one-goal winning margin, draw or defeat will see Scotland slide into Pot 3, but the hosts will be eager to give the Tartan Army a happy send-off regardless ahead of a four-month international hiatus before the next camp in March for two friendlies against opponents yet to be confirmed.

There is also the slight chance of winning the group and claiming a Pot 1 place with a victory but Spain would also need to lose at home to Georgia on Sunday evening which would be considered highly unlikely.

Scotland would settle for a repeat of the 2-1 victory in Oslo in June which went a long way towards securing their qualification for the Euros with late goals from Lyndon Dykes and Kenny McLean which will live long in the memory earning a dramatic three points.

The Scots warmed up for the match with a 2-2 draw in Georgia on Thursday while Norway, who are completely out of the running for a Euro 2024 spot, claimed a 2-0 win over the Faroe Islands in a friendly.

Scotland v Norway match details

The Euro 2024 Group A qualifier takes place at Hampden Park, Glasgow, on Sunday, November 19, 2023. Kick-off is 7.45pm.

Is Scotland v Norway on TV?

The match will be broadcast live on Viaplay Sports 1. This can be found on channel 412 on Sky or channel 551 on Virgin but is available to subscribers only. Information on how to add Viaplay to your TV package can be found here. Coverage begins at 7pm.

Scotland v Norway live stream

Those wishing to watch the match on laptop, tablet or phone can do so by subscribing at viaplay.com or downloading the Viaplay app. A one-month subscription costs £14.99.

Scotland v Norway team news

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Steve Clarke’s side appeared to come through the match in Georgia without picking up any fresh injuries to a squad already depleted by the absences of key regulars Angus Gunn, Kieran Tierney, Andy Robertson, Aaron Hickey, Grant Hanley and Che Adams. Hearts striker Lawrence Shankland staked a claim for a starting spot against Norway by coming off the bench to score an injury-time equaliser against Georgia on Thursday. Half-time substitutes Lewis Ferguson and Kenny McLean are also pushing for a place in the starting XI after making positive contributions.

Norway will be without their two major stars with Manchester City striker Erling Haaland and Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard both ruled out due to injury.

Scotland v Norway head-to-head

Scotland and Norway have faced each other 19 times stretching back to the first meeting in 1929. Scotland have won on 10 occasions, Norway just three, while the other six were drawn. Norway are unbeaten on their last three visits to Hampden with Scotland having to go back to 1978 for their last home win over the Scandinavians.

Match odds

Scotland 25/19, Draw 23/10, Norway 5/2 – via oddschecker.com.



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