Israel vs Scotland live streaming
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Match: Israel vs Scotland
Competition: UEFA Nations League
Kick-off time: 19:45 (UK time)30-day money-back guarantee: Use ExpressVPN to live stream Israel vs Scotland
Israel vs Scotland live streaming info
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Israel vs Scotland live streaming: TV listings
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Israel vs Scotland live streaming: Match preview
It’s a big game for both Israel and Scotland as they meet in Haifa.
They both kicked off their Nations League campaigns with games with Albania last month with contrasting success.
Israel lost 1-0 in Elbasan and need to bounce back in their first home game of the competition.
Alex McLeish’s side hosted Albania at Hampden and, two goals from Steven Naismith saw them to a comfortable win.
The Tartan Army have not made it to a tournament this century but they now believe that the 22 year wait may end in 2020.
This is a big game for both but, a win for Scotland would put them in a great position to finish top.