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How to watch Luxembourg vs Scotland on TV
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Luxembourg vs Scotland live streaming on radio
BBC Radio Scotland are live streaming Luxembourg vs ScotlandÂ on radio in the UK.
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Luxembourg welcome Euro 2020 participantsÂ Scotland to the Stade Josy Barthel in an international friendly on Sunday.
Luc Holtzâs Luxembourg, have won just four from 12 games since the start of 2020.
The Red Lions were defeated 1-0 in their last match on Wednesday against Norway, with Erling Haaland netting the winner for Norwegianâs in the 92nd minute.
Luxembourgâs most recent victory came back in March, when Gerson Rodriguesâ winning goal, helped them to defeat the Republic of Ireland 1-0 in their last World Cup qualifier.
Unbeaten in their last eight games at home, striker Daniel da Mota of Serie D club Calvina Sport, is in line to make his 100th appearance on Sunday, and midfielder Laurent Jans of Sparta Rotterdam will captain the side.
Scotland, managed by Steve Clarke, produced an encouraging display last time, drawing 2-2 against the Netherlands which made it just two defeats in 15 for the Scots. His side take on Czech Republic in their opening match of the European championships on June 14.
Goalkeeper David Marshall, Stephen O’Donnell, Nathan Patterson, Grant Hanley, John McGinn and Che Adams are all expected to start against Luxembourg, having previously been self isolating following John Fleckâs positive Covid-19 test.Â
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay could also be given the nod, having been an unused substitute against the Dutch.
Both last faced each other in November 2012, with Scotland winning 2-1.
Prediction: Luxembourg 0 – 2 Scotland
Scotland will be hopeful a win in Luxembourg can help them to go into their tournament opener against the Czech Republic on high. Luxembourg have been a tough nut to crack of late, but Scotland should have enough to secure a win.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.