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(Match 700)  9th February 2011  (Nations Cup)
NORTHERN IRELAND - SCOTLAND  0-3  (0-2)
Referee:   Tomas Connolly (Republic of Ireland)
Crowd:     18.742, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Goals:     0-1 Miller (19), 0-2 McArthur (32), 0-3 Commons (51)
NORTHERN IRELAND:  (Manager:  Nigel Worthington)
Jonathan Tuffey - Rory McArdle (Lee Hodson HT), Stephen Craigan (Adam Thompson 66), Gareth McAuley, 
Christopher Baird - Corry Evans, Steven Davis (Oliver Norwood 58), Grant McCann (David Healy HT), 
Niall McGinn (Liam Boyce 72) - Rory Patterson, Patrick (Paddy) McCourt.

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Levein/8) 
Allan McGregor                       (10/Rangers) -
Alan Hutton                          (19/Tottenham Hotspur)
Steven Caldwell                      (12/Wigan Athletic)
Christophe Berra                     (10/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Phillip Bardsley                     (3/Sunderland) -
James Morrison                       (11/West Bromwich Albion)
James McArthur                       (2/Wigan Athletic)
Charles Adam                         (8/Blackpool)
Kristian Commons                     (8/Celtic)
Steven Naismith                      (8/Rangers) -
Kenneth Miller [c]                   (52/Bursaspor)

Subs:
Barry Bannan                         (2/Aston Villa)    for Charles Adam     (57)
Mark Wilson                          (1/Celtic)         for Phillip Bardsley (57)
Robert Snodgrass                     (1/Leeds United)   for Steven Naismith  (58)
Craig Conway                         (2/Dundee United)  for Kristian Commons (72)
Christopher Maguire                  (1/Aberdeen)       for James Morrison   (79)
Daniel Wilson                        (2/Liverpool)      for Kenneth Miller   (90)

Notes:  The 2011 Nations Cup (also known as the Carling Nations Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the 
        inaugural round-robin football tournament between Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, 
        Scotland and Wales.


(Match 701) 27th March 2011 (Friendly match) BRAZIL - SCOTLAND 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Howard Webb (England) Crowd: 53.087, Emirates Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 NEYMAR (43), 2-0 NEYMAR (77) penalty BRAZIL: (Coach: Mano Menezes) JULIO CESAR Soares de Espindola - DANIEL (DANI) ALVES da Silva, Lucimar da Silva Ferreira-LUCIO [c], THIAGO Emiliano da SILVA, ANDRE Clarindo dos SANTOS - LUCAS Pezzini LEIVA (SANDRO Raniere Guimaraes Cordeiro 86), RAMIRES Santos do Nascimento, ELANO Blumer (ELIAS Mendes Trindade 83), JADSON Rodrigues da Silva (LUCAS Rodrigues Moura da Silva 72) - NEYMAR da Silva Santos Junior (RENATO Soares de Oliveira AUGUSTO 90), LEANDRO DAMIAO da Silva dos Santos (JONAS Gonçalves Oliveira 79). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/9) Allan McGregor (11/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (20/Tottenham Hotspur) Stephen Crainey (8/Blackpool) - Christophe Berra (11/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (39/Wigan Athletic) Steven Whittaker (10/Rangers) - Charles Adam (9/Blackpool) Scott Brown (23/Celtic) Kenneth Miller [c] (53/Bursaspor) James Morrison (12/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (3/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Barry Bannan (3/Leeds United) for James McArthur (57) Kristian Commons (9/Celtic) for Steven Whittaker (65) Daniel Wilson (3/Liverpool) for Christophe Berra (73) Robert Snodgrass (2/Leeds United) for Charles Adam (78) Craig Mackail-Smith (1/Peterborough United) for Kenneth Miller (86) Don Cowie (3/Watford) for James Morrison (90+2) Notes: On 7th March 2011 Barry Bannan (Aston Villa) joined Leeds United on loan until the end of the season. On 28th April Villa recalled him from his loan spell.
(Match 702) 25th May 2011 (Nations Cup) WALES - SCOTLAND 1-3 (1-0) Referee: Raymond Crangle (Northern Ireland) Crowd: 3.951, Aviva Stadium, Dublin Goals: 1-0 Earnshaw (36), 1-1 Morrison (56), 1-2 Miller (65), 1-3 Berra (71) WALES: (Manager: Gary Speed) Glyn "Boaz" Myhill - Neal Eardley (Adam Matthews 61), Neil Taylor (Christopher Gunter HT) - Owain Tudur Jones (David Vaughan 72), Craig Morgan, Darcy Blake - Andrew Dorman (David Cotterill 61), Andrew King (Aaron Ramsey 61), Samuel Vokes (Steven Morison 73), Robert Earnshaw [c], Jermaine Easter. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/10) Allan McGregor (12/Rangers) - Steven Whittaker (11/Rangers) Stephen Crainey (9/Blackpool) - Christophe Berra (12/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (40/Wigan Athletic) James Morrison (13/West Bromwich Albion) - Ross McCormack (6/Leeds United) Scott Brown (24/Celtic) Kenneth Miller [c] (54/Bursaspor) Charles Adam (10/Blackpool) Steven Naismith (9/Rangers) Subs: Barry Bannan (4/Aston Villa) for Ross McCormack (74) Barry Robson (13/Middlesbrough) for James Morrison (74) Phillip Bardsley (4/Sunderland) for Steven Whittaker (80) Russell Martin (1/Norwich City) for Stephen Crainey (81) Grant Hanley (1/Blackburn Rovers) for Gary Caldwell (86) James McArthur (4/Wigan Athletic) for Charles Adam (88) Notes: The match was watched by a paltry crowd in the 52.000-capacity Aviva Stadium. A figure of 6.036 was later revised to just 3.951.
(Match 703) 29th May 2011 (Nations Cup) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Mark Whitby (Wales) Crowd: 17.694, Aviva Stadium, Dublin Goal: 1-0 Keane (23) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni) Seamus (Shay) Given - Paul McShane, Darren O'Dea (Kevin Foley 66), Stephen Kelly, Stephen Ward - Liam Lawrence (Seamus Coleman 62), Keith Andrews, Keith Fahey, Stephen Hunt - Robbie Keane [c] (Keith Treacy 83), Simon Cox. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/11) Allan McGregor (13/Rangers) - Steven Whittaker (12/Rangers) Phillip Bardsley (5/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (13/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Grant Hanley (2/Blackburn Rovers) Barry Robson (14/Middlesbrough) - James Forrest (1/Celtic) Scott Brown (25/Celtic) Kenneth Miller [c] (55/Bursaspor) Charles Adam (11/Blackpool) Steven Naismith (10/Rangers) Subs: Barry Bannan (5/Aston Villa) for Charles Adam (63) Christopher Maguire (2/Aberdeen) for Barry Robson (75) Ross McCormack (7/Leeds United) for James Forrest (85) Notes: Scotland were runners-up. The Republic of Ireland won the Cup.
(Match 704) 10th August 2011 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 2-1 (2-1) Referee: Marco Borg (Malta) Crowd: 17.582, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Kvist (22) own goal, 1-1 Eriksen (31), 2-1 Snodgrass (44) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/12) Allan McGregor (14/Rangers) - Phillip Bardsley (6/Sunderland) Stephen Crainey (10/Blackpool) - Daniel Wilson (4/Liverpool) Gary Caldwell (41/Wigan Athletic) Charles Adam (12/Liverpool) - James Morrison (14/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown (26/Celtic) Kenneth Miller [c] (56/Cardiff City) Robert Snodgrass (3/Leeds United) Steven Naismith (11/Rangers) Subs: Don Cowie (4/Cardiff City) for Scott Brown (19) Craig Mackail-Smith (2/Brighton & Hove Albion) for Kenneth Miller (57) Graham Dorrans (6/West Bromwich Albion) for Charles Adam (58) Barry Bannan (6/Aston Villa) for James Morrison (67) James Forrest (2/Celtic) for Steven Naismith (74) Grant Hanley (3/Blackburn Rovers) for Robert Snodgrass (88) DENMARK: (Coach: Morten Olsen) Thomas Sorensen - Christian Poulsen [c] (Lasse Schone HT), Simon Kjaer - Daniel Agger (Mathias Jorgensen 58), Nicolai Boilesen, Lars Jacobsen (Michael Silberbauer 73) - William Kvist, Christian Eriksen, Michael Krohn-Dehli (Bashkim Kadrii 76), Dennis Rommedahl (Niki Zimling HT), Nicklas Bendtner (Nicklas Pedersen HT).
(Match 705) 3rd September 2011 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC 2-2 (1-0) Referee: Kevin Blom (Netherlands) Crowd: 51.457, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Miller (45), 1-1 Plasil (78), 2-1 Fletcher (82), 2-2 Kadlec (90) penalty SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/13) Allan McGregor (15/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (21/Aston Villa) Phillip Bardsley (7/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (14/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (42/Wigan Athletic) Charles Adam (13/Liverpool) - Darren Fletcher [c] (54/Manchester United) Scott Brown (27/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (57/Cardiff City) James Morrison (15/West Bromwich Albion) Steven Naismith (12/Rangers) Subs: Daniel Wilson (5/Liverpool) for Phillip Bardsley (76) Don Cowie (5/Cardiff City) for Charles Adam (79) Barry Robson (15/Middlesbrough) for Steven Naismith (86) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Michal Bilek) Jan Lastuvka - Roman Hubnik, Jan Rajnoch, Tomas Sivok, Michal Kadlec - Milan Petrzela (Jan Rezek 56), Tomas Hubschman, Jaroslav Plasil, Petr Jiracek (Tomas Pekhart 77) - Tomas Rosicky [c] - Milan Baros (Kamil Vacek 90+2).
(Match 706) 6th September 2011 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson (Iceland) Crowd: 34.071, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Naismith (50) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/14) Allan McGregor (16/Rangers) - Steven Whittaker (13/Rangers) Phillip Bardsley (8/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (15/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (43/Wigan Athletic) Don Cowie (6/Cardiff City) - Darren Fletcher [c] (55/Manchester United) Barry Bannan (7/Aston Villa) David Goodwillie (2/Blackburn Rovers) James Morrison (16/West Bromwich Albion) Steven Naismith (13/Rangers) Subs: Stephen Crainey (11/Blackpool) for Phillip Bardsley (70) Graham Dorrans (7/West Bromwich Albion) for James Morrison (79) Robert Snodgrass (4/Leeds United) for Barry Bannan (84) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Raimondas Zutautas) Zydrunas Karcemarskas - Deividas Cesnauskis, Marius Zaliukas, Arunas Klimavicius, Tadas Kijanskas (Tomas Danilevicius 61) - Saulius Mikoliunas (Ricardas Beniusis 77), Linas Pilibaitis, Deividas Semberas [c], Ramunas Radavicius - Darvydas Sernas - Tadas Labukas (Arvydas Novikovas HT). Notes: Darren Fletcher had a 45th minute penalty kick saved by Zydrunas Karcemarskas.
(Match 707) 8th October 2011 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) LIECHTENSTEIN - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (Norway) Crowd: 5.636, Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz Goal: 0-1 Mackail-Smith (32) LIECHTENSTEIN: (Coach: Hans-Peter Zaugg) Peter Jehle - Marco Ritzberger, Martin Stocklasa, Daniel Kaufmann, Martin Rechsteiner - Rony Hanselmann (Lucas Eberle 75), Michele Polverino, Martin Buchel (Wolfgang Kieber 71), Thomas Beck - Nicolas Hasler, Mario Frick [c]. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/15) Allan McGregor (17/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (22/Aston Villa) Phillip Bardsley (9/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (16/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (44/Wigan Athletic) Charles Adam (14/Liverpool) - Darren Fletcher [c] (56/Manchester United) Barry Bannan (8/Aston Villa) Craig Mackail-Smith (3/Brighton & Hove Albion) James Morrison (17/West Bromwich Albion) Steven Naismith (14/Rangers) Subs: James Forrest (3/Celtic) for Barry Bannan (73) Don Cowie (7/Cardiff City) for Charles Adam (76)
(Match 708) 11th October 2011 (2012 European Championship Qualifying Group I) SPAIN - SCOTLAND 3-1 (2-0) Referee: Stefan Johannesson (Sweden) Crowd: 24.896, Estadio Jose Rico Perez, Alicante Goals: 1-0 Silva (6), 2-0 Silva (44), 3-0 Villa (54), 3-1 Goodwillie (66) penalty SPAIN: (Coach: Vicente del Bosque) Victor Valdes - Sergio Ramos, Carles Puyol (Alvaro Arbeloa HT), Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba - Xavier Hernandez "Xavi" [c] (Fernando Llorente 62), Sergio Busquets, Santiago (Santi) Cazorla - Pedro Rodriguez "Pedro", David Villa, David Silva (Thiago Alcantara do Nascimento 55). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/16) Allan McGregor (18/Rangers) - Alan Hutton (23/Aston Villa) Phillip Bardsley (10/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (17/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (45/Wigan Athletic) Charles Adam (15/Liverpool) - Darren Fletcher [c] (57/Manchester United) James Morrison (18/West Bromwich Albion) Craig Mackail-Smith (4/Brighton & Hove Albion) Barry Bannan (9/Aston Villa) Steven Naismith (15/Rangers) Subs: James Forrest (4/Celtic) for Charles Adam (63) David Goodwillie (3/Blackburn Rovers) for Barry Bannan (63) Don Cowie (8/Cardiff City) for Darren Fletcher (85) Notes: Scotland failed to reach the play-offs for the 2012 European Championship Finals in Poland/Ukraine.
(Match 709) 11th November 2011 (Friendly match) CYPRUS - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-1) Referee: Meir Levi (Israel) Crowd: 1.360, Stadio Antonis Papadopoulos, Larnaca Goals: 0-1 Miller (24), 0-2 Mackie (56), 1-2 Christofi (59) CYPRUS: (Coach: Nikolaos (Nikos) Nioplias) Antonis Giorgallidis (Anastasios (Tasos) Kissas HT) - Jason Dimitriou (Valentinos Sielis HT), Stelios Parpas (Marios Nicolaou 58), Giorgos Merkis, Nektarios Alexandrou (Antonis Katsis 69) - Athos Solomou, Marinos Satsias, Sinisa Dobrasinovic (Giorgos Vasiliou 74), Andreas Avraam (Nestoras Mytidis HT) - Giorgos Efraim, Dimitris Christofi. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/17) Allan McGregor (19/Rangers) - Steven Whittaker (14/Rangers) Phillip Bardsley (11/Sunderland) - Christophe Berra (18/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell (46/Wigan Athletic) Don Cowie (9/Cardiff City) - Darren Fletcher [c] (58/Manchester United) James Morrison (19/West Bromwich Albion) Kenneth Miller (58/Cardiff City) James (Jamie) Mackie (4/Queens Park Rangers) Barry Robson (16/Middlesbrough) Subs: Craig Mackail-Smith (5/Brighton & Hove Albion) for Kenneth Miller (63) James McArthur (5/Wigan Athletic) for Darren Fletcher (63) Stephen Crainey (12/Blackpool) for Phillip Bardsley (74) Craig Conway (3/Cardiff City) for Barry Robson (80) Jordan Rhodes (1/Huddersfield Town) for Jamie Mackie (87)

(Match 710)  29th February 2012  (Friendly match)
SLOVENIA - SCOTLAND  1-1  (1-1)
Referee:   Aleksandar Stavrev (FYR Macedonia)
Crowd:     3.983, Stadion Bonifika, Koper
Goals:     1-0 Kirm (33), 1-1 Berra (40)
SLOVENIA:  (Coach:  Slavisa Stojanovic)
Samir Handanovic [c] - Miso Brecko, Marko Suler, Bostjan Cesar, Bojan Jokic - Andraz Kirm
(Nejc Pecnik 89), Aleksandar Radosavljevic, Rene Krhin (Darijan Matic 85), Valter Birsa
(Haris Vuckic 61), Josip Ilicic (Dare Vrsic 68) - Zlatko Dedic (Zlatan Ljubijankic 83).
           
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Craig Levein/18) 
Allan McGregor                       (20/Rangers) -
Russell Martin                       (2/Norwich City)
Charles Mulgrew                      (1/Celtic) -
Christophe Berra                     (19/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Gary Caldwell [c]                    (47/Wigan Athletic)
Charles Adam                         (16/Liverpool) -
James McArthur                       (6/Wigan Athletic)
James Morrison                       (20/West Bromwich Albion)
Craig Mackail-Smith                  (6/Brighton & Hove Albion)
James (Jamie) Mackie                 (5/Queens Park Rangers)
James Forrest                        (5/Celtic)

Subs:
Barry Bannan                         (10/Aston Villa)          for Charles Adam        (HT)
Robert Snodgrass                     (5/Leeds United)          for Craig Mackail-Smith (61)
Graham Dorrans                       (8/West Bromwich Albion)  for James Morrison      (72)
Kenneth Miller                       (59/Cardiff City)         for Jamie Mackie        (81)
Barry Robson                         (17/Middlesbrough)        for James Forrest       (87) 


(Match 711) 26th May 2012 (Friendly match) USA - SCOTLAND 5-1 (2-1) Referee: Elmer Bonilla (El Salvador) Crowd: 44.438, EverBank Field, Jacksonville Goals: 1-0 Donovan (3), 2-0 Bradley (11), 2-1 Cameron (15) own goal, 3-1 Donovan (60), 4-1 Donovan (65), 5-1 Jones (70) USA: (Coach: Jurgen Klinsmann) Timothy Howard (Bradley Guzan 71) - Steven Cherundolo, Geoffrey Cameron, Carlos Bocanegra [c] (Oguchialu (Oguchi) Onyewu 63), Fabian Johnson (Edgar Castillo 73) - Maurice Edu (Kyle Beckerman 64), Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones - Landon Donovan, Terrence Boyd (Herculez Gomez 64), Jose Torres (Joe Corona 68). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/19) Allan McGregor (21/Rangers) - Phillip Bardsley (12/Sunderland) Charles Mulgrew (2/Celtic) - Andrew Webster (24/Heart of Midlothian) Gary Caldwell (48/Wigan Athletic) James McArthur (7/Wigan Athletic) - Matthew Phillips (1/Blackpool) Scott Brown (28/Celtic) Kenneth Miller [c] (60/Cardiff City) Barry Bannan (11/Aston Villa) Shaun Maloney (20/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Don Cowie (10/Cardiff City) for Barry Bannan (51) Russell Martin (3/Norwich City) for Phillip Bardsley (59) Steven Whittaker (15/Rangers) for James McArthur (59) Lee Wallace (6/Rangers) for Charles Mulgrew (68) Christophe Berra (20/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Andrew Webster (82) Craig Mackail-Smith (7/Brighton & Hove Albion) for Shaun Maloney (83)
(Match 712) 15th August 2012 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - AUSTRALIA 3-1 (1-1) Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (Norway) Crowd: 11.110, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goals: 0-1 Bresciano (18), 1-1 Rhodes (29), 2-1 Davidson (63) own goal, 3-1 McCormack (76) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/20) Allan McGregor (22/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (24/Aston Villa) Daniel Fox (2/Southampton) - Christophe Berra (21/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell [c] (49/Wigan Athletic) Andrew Webster (25/Heart of Midlothian) - Robert Snodgrass (6/Norwich City) Steven Naismith (16/Everton) Jordan Rhodes (2/Huddersfield Town) Charles Adam (17/Liverpool) James Morrison (21/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: Matthew Gilks (1/Blackpool) for Allan McGregor (23) Shaun Maloney (21/Wigan Athletic) for James Morrison (27) Ross McCormack (8/Leeds United) for Jordan Rhodes (67) Russell Martin (4/Norwich City) for Alan Hutton (68) Charles Mulgrew (3/Celtic) for Daniel Fox (70) Ian Black (1/Rangers) for Gary Caldwell (87) AUSTRALIA: (Coach: Holger Osieck) Mark Schwarzer (Adam Federici HT) - Rhys Williams, Lucas Neill [c], Sasa Ognenovski (Ryan McGowan 79), David Carney (Jason Davidson 59) - Luke Wilkshire, Carl Valeri, Mark Bresciano (Michael "Mile" Jedinak HT), Robbie Kruse - Alex Brosque (Archibald Thompson 85), Brett Holman (Scott McDonald HT).
(Match 713) 8th September 2012 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SCOTLAND - SERBIA 0-0 Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden) Crowd: 47.369, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/21) Allan McGregor (23/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (25/Aston Villa) Paul Dixon (1/Huddersfield Town) - Christophe Berra (22/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Gary Caldwell [c] (50/Wigan Athletic) Charles Adam (18/Stoke City) - James Morrison (22/West Bromwich Albion) Andrew Webster (26/Heart of Midlothian) Kenneth Miller (61/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) Robert Snodgrass (7/Norwich City) Steven Naismith (17/Everton) Subs: James Forrest (6/Celtic) for Robert Snodgrass (69) James (Jamie) Mackie (6/Queens Park Rangers) for James Morrison (81) Jordan Rhodes (3/Blackburn Rovers) for Kenneth Miller (81) SERBIA: (Coach: Sinisa Mihajlovic) Vladimir Stojkovic - Milan Bisevac, Matija Nastasic, Aleksandar Kolarov - Branislav Ivanovic [c], Milos Ninkovic, Srdjan Mijailovic (Ljubomir Fejsa HT), Aleksandar Ignjovski, Darko Lazovic (Dusan Tadic 58) - Zoran Tosic, Filip Djuricic (Dejan Lekic 84). Notes: Gary Caldwell became the 28th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland.
(Match 714) 11th September 2012 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SCOTLAND - FYR MACEDONIA 1-1 (1-1) Referee: Sergej Karasev (Russia) Crowd: 32.430, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Noveski (11), 1-1 Miller (43) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/22) Allan McGregor (24/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (26/Aston Villa) Andrew Webster (27/Heart of Midlothian) Christophe Berra (23/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Paul Dixon (2/Huddersfield Town) - Gary Caldwell (51/Wigan Athletic) - James Forrest (7/Celtic) Shaun Maloney (22/Wigan Athletic) James Morrison (23/West Bromwich Albion) James (Jamie) Mackie (7/Queens Park Rangers) - Kenneth Miller [c] (62/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) Subs: Charles Adam (19/Stoke City) for Kenneth Miller (58) Jordan Rhodes (4/Blackburn Rovers) for James Morrison (66) Steven Naismith (18/Everton) for Jamie Mackie (77) FYR MACEDONIA: (Coach: Chedomir Janevski) Martin Bogatinov - Daniel Georgievski, Vanche Shikov, Nikolche Noveski, Goran Popov - Agim Ibraimi, (Darko Tasevski 89) Nikola Gligorov (Veliche Shumulikoski 70), Muhamed Demiri, Ivan Trichkovski (Ferhan Hasani 38) - Goran Pandev [c] - Mirko Ivanovski.
(Match 715) 12th October 2012 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) WALES - SCOTLAND 2-1 (0-1) Referee: Florian Meyer (Germany) Crowd: 23.249, Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff Goals: 0-1 Morrison (27), 1-1 Bale (80) penalty, 2-1 Bale (88) WALES: (Manager: Christopher Coleman) Lewis Price - Christopher Gunter, Benjamin Davies - David Vaughan, Darcy Blake, Ashley Williams [c] - Joe Allen, Joe Ledley (Thomas Henry (Hal) Robson-Kanu 70), Steven Morison (Craig Davies 65), Aaron Ramsey, Gareth Bale. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/23) Allan McGregor (25/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (27/Aston Villa) Gary Caldwell (52/Wigan Athletic) Christophe Berra (24/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Daniel Fox (3/Southampton) - Scott Brown (29/Celtic) Darren Fletcher [c] (59/Manchester United) - Kristian Commons (10/Celtic) James Morrison (24/West Bromwich Albion) Shaun Maloney (23/Wigan Athletic) - Steven Fletcher (9/Sunderland) Subs: Charles Adam (20/Stoke City) for Scott Brown (HT) James (Jamie) Mackie (8/Queens Park Rangers) for Kristian Commons (84) Kenneth Miller (63/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) for James Morrison (84)
(Match 716) 16th October 2012 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) BELGIUM - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Tom Harald Hagen (Norway) Crowd: 44.132, Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels Goals: 1-0 Benteke (69), 2-0 Kompany (71) BELGIUM: (Coach: Marc Wilmots) Thibaut Courtois - Tobias Alderweireld, Vincent Kompany [c], Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen - Axel Witsel - Kevin De Bruyne, Moussa Dembele (Eden Hazard HT), Dries Mertens (Kevin Mirallas 56), Nacer Chadli - Christian Benteke (Ilombe Mboyo 87). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Craig Levein/24) Allan McGregor (26/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (28/Aston Villa) Gary Caldwell (53/Wigan Athletic) Christophe Berra (25/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Daniel Fox (4/Southampton) - James McArthur (8/Wigan Athletic) Darren Fletcher [c] (60/Manchester United) - Kristian Commons (11/Celtic) James Morrison (25/West Bromwich Albion) Shaun Maloney (24/Wigan Athletic) - Steven Fletcher (10/Sunderland) Subs: James (Jamie) Mackie (9/Queens Park Rangers) for Kristian Commons (HT) Kenneth Miller (64/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) for Steven Fletcher (76) Matthew Phillips (2/Blackpool) for James Morrison (80)
(Match 717) 14th November 2012 (Friendly match) LUXEMBOURG - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-2) Referee: Cyril Zimmermann (Switzerland) Crowd: 2.521, Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg Goals: 0-1 Rhodes (11), 0-2 Rhodes (23), 1-2 Gerson (47) LUXEMBOURG: (Coach: Luc Holtz) Jonathan Joubert - Tom Schnell, Guy Blaise, Ante Bukvic, Mathias Janisch (Daniel Alves Da Mota 53) - Ben Payal (Rene Peters HT) - Charles Leweck (Tom Laterza 76), Lars Gerson, Gilles Bettmer (David Turpel 71), Mario Mutsch [c] - Maurice Deville (Stefano Bensi 64). SCOTLAND: (Coach: William Stark/1) Matthew Gilks (2/Blackpool) - Steven Whittaker (16/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (4/Blackburn Rovers) Christophe Berra (26/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Paul Dixon (3/Huddersfield Town) - Darren Fletcher [c] (61/Manchester United) Charles Mulgrew (4/Celtic) Andrew Shinnie (1/Inverness Caledonian Thistle) Steven Naismith (19/Everton) - Kenneth Miller (65/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) Jordan Rhodes (5/Blackburn Rovers) Subs: Liam Kelly (1/Kilmarnock) for Charles Mulgrew (HT) Leigh Griffiths (1/Hibernian) for Andrew Shinnie (70) Murray Davidson (1/St Johnstone) for Jordan Rhodes (90+1) Notes: The Scottish FA announced that Craig Levein was relieved of his duties as Scotland national coach on Monday, 5 November 2012. William Stark - Under-21 Scotland national coach - was placed in caretaker charge of Scotland for the friendly against Luxembourg. Andrew Shinnie became the first Inverness Caledonian Thistle player ever to win a Scotland cap. Murray Davidson was the first St Johnstone player capped by Scotland since Sandy McLaren in 1932. On 21st July 2012 Leigh Griffiths (Wolverhampton Wanderers) joined Hibernian on loan until at least January 2013. On 16th January it was confirmed that he would remain at the Easter Road club until the end of the season.

(Match 718)  6th February 2013  (Friendly match)
SCOTLAND - ESTONIA  1-0  (1-0)
Referee:   Clement Turpin (France)
Crowd:	   16.202, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
Goal:	   1-0 Mulgrew (39)
SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Gordon Strachan/1)
Allan McGregor                       (27/Besiktas JK) -
Alan Hutton                          (29/RCD Mallorca)
Charles Mulgrew                      (5/Celtic) -
Christophe Berra                     (27/Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Andrew Webster                       (28/Heart of Midlothian)
Charles Adam                         (21/Stoke City) -
Shaun Maloney                        (25/Wigan Athletic)
Scott Brown [c]			     (30/Celtic)
Steven Fletcher                      (11/Sunderland)
Christopher Burke                    (3/Birmingham City)
Steven Naismith                      (20/Everton)                          

Subs:
Jordan Rhodes                        (6/Blackburn Rovers)         for Shaun Maloney     (HT)
Robert Snodgrass                     (8/Norwich City)             for Christopher Burke (HT)
James McArthur                       (9/Wigan Athletic)           for Charles Adam      (62)
James Morrison                       (26/West Bromwich Albion)    for Scott Brown       (62)
Kenneth Miller                       (66/Vancouver Whitecaps FC)  for Steven Fletcher   (67)
Kristian Commons                     (12/Celtic)                  for Steven Naismith   (75)

ESTONIA:  (Coach:  Tarmo Ruutli)
Sergei Pareiko - Enar Jaager, Igor Morozov, Ragnar Klavan [c], Taijo Teniste - Sergei Mosnikov,
Konstantin Vassiljev - Sander Puri (Siim Luts 59), Henrik Ojamaa (Gert Kams 73), Tarmo Kink 
(Ats Purje 59) - Andres Oper (Jarmo Ahjupera HT). 

Notes:  The Scottish FA announced the appointment of Gordon David Strachan OBE as the new Scotland 
        national coach on Tuesday, 15 January 2013.         
        He is a member of the Scotland International Roll of Honour and the Hampden Hall of Fame 
        having represented his country 50 times, incorporating two World Cups - Spain 82 and Mexico 86.
        On 29th January 2013 Alan Hutton (Aston Villa) joined RCD Mallorca on loan until 30th June 2013.  
        

(Match 719) 22nd March 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SCOTLAND - WALES 1-2 (1-0) Referee: Antony Gautier (France) Crowd: 39.365, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Hanley (45+2), 1-1 Ramsey (72) penalty, 1-2 Robson-Kanu (74) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/2) Allan McGregor (28/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (30/RCD Mallorca) Charles Mulgrew (6/Celtic) - Grant Hanley (5/Blackburn Rovers) Gary Caldwell [c] (54/Wigan Athletic) Graham Dorrans (9/West Bromwich Albion) - Robert Snodgrass (9/Norwich City) James McArthur (10/Wigan Athletic) Steven Fletcher (12/Sunderland) Shaun Maloney (26/Wigan Athletic) Christopher Burke (4/Birmingham City) Subs: Kenneth Miller (67/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) for Steven Fletcher (5) Charles Adam (22/Stoke City) for Graham Dorrans (64) Jordan Rhodes (7/Blackburn Rovers) for Christopher Burke (86) WALES: (Manager: Christopher Coleman) Glyn "Boaz" Myhill - Christopher Gunter, Benjamin Davies - Joe Ledley (Simon Church 89), Samuel Ricketts, Ashley Williams [c] - Jack Collison (Andrew King 58), Craig Bellamy, Thomas Henry (Hal) Robson-Kanu, Aaron Ramsey, Gareth Bale (Jonathan Williams HT). Notes: Robert Snodgrass was sent-off after 71 minutes. Aaron Ramsey was sent-off after 95 minutes.
(Match 720) 26th March 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SERBIA - SCOTLAND 2-0 (0-0) Referee: Istvan Vad (Hungary) Crowd: 6.500, Stadion Karadjordje, Novi Sad Goals: 1-0 Djuricic (60), 2-0 Djuricic (65) SERBIA: (Coach: Sinisa Mihajlovic) Vladimir Stojkovic - Branislav Ivanovic [c], Neven Subotic, Matija Nastasic, Nenad Tomovic - Dusan Basta, Luka Milivojevic, Ljubomir Fejsa (Radosav Petrovic 85), Zoran Tosic (Alen Stevanovic 90+3) - Filip Djuricic, Dusan Tadic (Filip Djordjevic 69). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/3) David Marshall (6/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (31/RCD Mallorca) Gary Caldwell [c] (55/Wigan Athletic) Grant Hanley (6/Blackburn Rovers) Steven Whittaker (17/Norwich City) - James McArthur (11/Wigan Athletic) George Boyd (1/Hull City) Liam Bridcutt (1/Brighton & Hove Albion) - Steven Naismith (21/Everton) Jordan Rhodes (8/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (27/Wigan Athletic) Subs: Charles Adam (23/Stoke City) for James McArthur (HT) Christopher Burke (5/Birmingham City) for Shaun Maloney (80) Kenneth Miller (68/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) for Jordan Rhodes (80) Notes: On 21st February 2013 George Boyd (Peterborough United) joined Hull City on loan until the end of the season. He signed for them on a permanent basis on 28th May, joining on a two-year contract.
(Match 721) 7th June 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) CROATIA - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: David Fernandez Borbalan (Spain) Crowd: 25.016, Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb Goal: 0-1 Snodgrass (26) CROATIA: (Coach: Igor Stimac) Stipe Pletikosa - Darijo Srna [c], Gordon Schildenfeld, Josip Simunic, Ivan Strinic (Nikola Kalinic 70) - Mateo Kovacic, Jorge Sammir Cruz Campos "Sammir", Ivan Rakitic, Ivan Perisic (Eduardo Alves da Silva "Eduardo" 56) - Ivica Olic, Mario Mandzukic (Niko Kranjcar 88). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/4) Allan McGregor (29/Besiktas JK) - Alan Hutton (32/RCD Mallorca) Steven Whittaker (18/Norwich City) - Grant Hanley (7/Blackburn Rovers) Russell Martin (5/Norwich City) Shaun Maloney (28/Wigan Athletic) - James Morrison [c] (27/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (12/Wigan Athletic) Leigh Griffiths (2/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Robert Snodgrass (10/Norwich City) Barry Bannan (12/Aston Villa) Subs: Steven Naismith (22/Everton) for Barry Bannan (64) Jordan Rhodes (9/Blackburn Rovers) for Leigh Griffiths (64) Craig Conway (4/Cardiff City) for Shaun Maloney (75)
(Match 722) 14th August 2013 (Friendly match) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-2 (1-1) Referee: Felix Brych (Germany) Crowd: 80.485, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 0-1 Morrison (11), 1-1 Walcott (29), 1-2 Miller (49), 2-2 Welbeck (53), 3-2 Lambert (70) ENGLAND: (Manager: Roy Hodgson) Charles Joseph (Joe) Hart - Kyle Walker, Leighton Baines - Steven Gerrard [c] (Alexander Oxlade-Chamberlain 62), Gary Cahill, Philip Jagielka (Philip Jones 84) - Theo Walcott (Dazet [Wilfried] Zaha 75), Jack Wilshere (Frank Lampard HT), Daniel Welbeck, Wayne Rooney (Rickie Lambert 68), Thomas Cleverley (James Milner 68). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/5) Allan McGregor (30/Hull City) - Alan Hutton (33/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (19/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (6/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (8/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (29/Wigan Athletic) - James Morrison (28/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (31/Celtic) Kenneth Miller (69/Vancouver Whitecaps FC) Robert Snodgrass (11/Norwich City) James Forrest (8/Celtic) Subs: Charles Mulgrew (7/Celtic) for James Forrest (67) Craig Conway (5/Cardiff City) for Robert Snodgrass (68) Leigh Griffiths (3/Wolverhampton Wanderers) for Kenneth Miller (73) Jordan Rhodes (10/Blackburn Rovers) for James Morrison (82) Steven Naismith (23/Everton) for Shaun Maloney (86)
(Match 723) 6th September 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SCOTLAND - BELGIUM 0-2 (0-1) Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy) Crowd: 40.284, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Defour (38), 0-2 Mirallas (89) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/6) David Marshall (7/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (34/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (20/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (7/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (9/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (30/Wigan Athletic) - Charles Mulgrew (8/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (32/Celtic) Leigh Griffiths (4/Wolverhampton Wanderers) Robert Snodgrass (12/Norwich City) James Forrest (9/Celtic) Subs: Ikechi Anya (1/Watford) for Robert Snodgrass (59) Jordan Rhodes (11/Blackburn Rovers) for Leigh Griffiths (68) Ross McCormack (9/Leeds United) for James Forrest (86) BELGIUM: (Coach: Marc Wilmots) Thibaut Courtois - Tobias Alderweireld, Daniel Van Buyten, Nicolas Lombaerts (Sebastien Pocognoli 77), Jan Vertonghen [c] - Axel Witsel, Steven Defour (Moussa Dembele 87) - Kevin De Bruyne, Marouane Fellaini (Kevin Mirallas 68), Nacer Chadli - Christian Benteke.
(Match 724) 10th September 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) FYR MACEDONIA - SCOTLAND 1-2 (0-0) Referee: Fredy Fautrel (France) Crowd: 14.093, Nacionalna Arena Filip II Makedonski, Skopje Goals: 0-1 Anya (60), 1-1 Kostovski (84), 1-2 Maloney (89) FYR MACEDONIA: (Coach: Chedomir Janevski) Tome Pachovski - Daniel Georgievski, Stefan Ristovski, Nikolche Noveski, Vanche Shikov - Ivan Trichkovski, David Babunski (Darko Tasevski 42), Adis Jahovic (Jovan Kostovski 83), Goran Pandev [c] - Aleksandar Trajkovski (Mirko Ivanovski 57), Ostoja Stjepanovic. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/7) David Marshall (8/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (35/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (21/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (8/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (10/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (31/Wigan Athletic) - Charles Mulgrew (9/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (33/Celtic) Steven Naismith (24/Everton) Barry Bannan (13/Crystal Palace) Ikechi Anya (2/Watford) Subs: Matthew Gilks (3/Blackpool) for David Marshall (HT) James McArthur (13/Wigan Athletic) for Barry Bannan (79) Lee Wallace (7/Rangers) for Steven Whittaker (80)
(Match 725) 15th October 2013 (2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A) SCOTLAND - CROATIA 2-0 (1-0) Referee: Ovidiu Hategan (Romania) Crowd: 30.172, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Snodgrass (28), 2-0 Naismith (73) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/8) Allan McGregor (31/Hull City) - Alan Hutton (36/Aston Villa) Charles Mulgrew (10/Celtic) - Russell Martin (9/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (11/Blackburn Rovers) Barry Bannan (14/Crystal Palace) - Scott Brown [c] (34/Celtic) James Morrison (29/West Bromwich Albion) Steven Naismith (25/Everton) Robert Snodgrass (13/Norwich City) Ikechi Anya (3/Watford) Subs: Graham Dorrans (10/West Bromwich Albion) for Ikechi Anya (77) James McArthur (14/Wigan Athletic) for Robert Snodgrass (82) Christopher Burke (6/Birmingham City) for Barry Bannan (89) CROATIA: (Coach: Igor Stimac) Stipe Pletikosa - Domagoj Vida, Vedran Corluka, Dejan Lovren, Ivan Strinic - Darijo Srna [c], Ognjen Vukojevic, Luka Modric, Niko Kranjcar (Ivan Perisic 69) - Mario Mandzukic (Nikica Jelavic 80), Nikola Kalinic (Eduardo Alves da Silva "Eduardo" 59). Notes: Barry Bannan had a 73rd minute penalty kick saved by Stipe Pletikosa, but Steven Naismith pounced to fire the rebound into the net with a right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom left corner. Scotland failed to reach the play-offs for the 2014 World Cup Finals in Brazil.
(Match 726) 15th November 2013 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - USA 0-0 Referee: Michael Oliver (England) Crowd: 21.079, Hampden Park, Glasgow SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/9) David Marshall (9/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (37/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (22/Norwich City) - Grant Hanley (12/Blackburn Rovers) Gordon Greer (1/Brighton & Hove Albion) Barry Bannan (15/Crystal Palace) - Charles Mulgrew (11/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (35/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (13/Sunderland) Robert Snodgrass (14/Norwich City) Craig Conway (6/Brighton & Hove Albion) Subs: Ross McCormack (10/Leeds United) for Robert Snodgrass (69) Lee Wallace (8/Rangers) for Steven Whittaker (69) Steven Naismith (26/Everton) for Barry Bannan (81) Gary Mackay-Steven (1/Dundee United) for Craig Conway (84) USA: (Coach: Jurgen Klinsmann) Timothy Howard [c] - Bradley Evans (Eric Lichaj 72), Geoffrey Cameron, Omar Gonzalez, DaMarcus Beasley - Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones (Mikkel "Mix" Diskerud 62) - Alejandro Bedoya (Christopher Wondolowski 81), Sacha Kljestan (Aron Johannsson 62), Eddie Johnson (Dane Brekken (Brek) Shea 62) - Josmer (Jozy) Altidore (Terrence Boyd 90). Notes: This was the last international match at Hampden Park before development work began for Glasgow’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games in 2014. On 13th September 2013 Craig Conway (Cardiff City) joined Brighton & Hove Albion on a 93-day short-term loan running up to, and including, the Championship match at Middlesbrough on 14th December 2013.
(Match 727) 19th November 2013 (Friendly match) NORWAY - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-0) Referee: Martin Strombergsson (Sweden) Crowd: 9.751, Aker Stadion, Molde Goal: 0-1 Brown (61) NORWAY: (Coach: Per-Mathias Hogmo) Orjan Haskjold Nyland - Omar Elabdellaoui (Martin Linnes 60), Tore Reginiussen (Stefan Strandberg 65), Vegard Forren, Tom Hogli [c] - Per Ciljan Skjelbred (Mats Moller Daehli 67), Magnus Wolff Eikrem (Anders Konradsen 80), Ruben Yttergard Jenssen, Morten Gamst Pedersen - Ola Kamara (Mohammed Abdellaoue HT), Marcus Pedersen (Tarik Elyounoussi 86). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/10) David Marshall (10/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (38/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (23/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (10/Norwich City) Gordon Greer (2/Brighton & Hove Albion) Charles Adam (24/Stoke City) - Ikechi Anya (4/Watford) Scott Brown [c] (36/Celtic) Steven Naismith (27/Everton) Robert Snodgrass (15/Norwich City) Craig Bryson (2/Derby County) Subs: Barry Bannan (16/Crystal Palace) for Craig Bryson (HT) Craig Conway (7/Brighton & Hove Albion) for Ikechi Anya (51) James McArthur (15/Wigan Athletic) for Charles Adam (64) Christophe Berra (28/Ipswich Town) for Steven Naismith (90+4)

(Match 728)  5th March 2014  (Friendly match)
POLAND - SCOTLAND  0-1  (0-0)
Referee:   Alain Bieri (Switzerland)   
Crowd:     41.652, Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw
Goal:      0-1 Brown (77)
POLAND:  (Coach:  Adam Nawalka)
Wojciech Szczesny - Lukasz Piszczek [c], Lukasz Szukala, Kamil Glik, Tomasz Brzyski (Marcin Komorowski 90+2) - 
Waldemar Sobota (Michal Maslowski 89), Mateusz Klich (Lukasz Teodorczyk 82), Grzegorz Krychowiak (Tomasz 
Jodlowiec 88), Slawomir Peszko (Eugen Polanski 74), Ludovic Obraniak (Marcin Robak 74) - Arkadiusz Milik.   

SCOTLAND:  (Coach:  Gordon Strachan/11)
David Marshall                       (11/Cardiff City) -
Alan Hutton                          (39/Bolton Wanderers)
Charles Mulgrew                      (12/Celtic) -
Russell Martin                       (11/Norwich City)
Gordon Greer                         (3/Brighton & Hove Albion)
Barry Bannan                         (17/Crystal Palace) -
James Morrison                       (30/West Bromwich Albion)
Scott Brown [c]                      (37/Celtic)
Steven Fletcher                      (14/Sunderland)
Ross McCormack                       (11/Leeds United)
Ikechi Anya                          (5/Watford)

Subs:
Darren Fletcher                      (62/Manchester United)  for James Morrison  (HT)
Steven Naismith                      (28/Everton)            for Steven Fletcher (HT)
Phillip Bardsley                     (13/Sunderland)         for Alan Hutton     (67)
Andrew Robertson                     (1/Dundee United)       for Barry Bannan    (67)
Charles Adam                         (25/Stoke City)         for Ross McCormack  (77)
Christopher Burke                    (7/Birmingham City)     for Ikechi Anya     (90+2)

Notes:  On 28th February 2014 Alan Hutton (Aston Villa) joined Bolton Wanderers on a one-month loan deal. 
        On 31st March his loan was extended until the end of the season.
        

(Match 729) 28th May 2014 (Friendly match) NIGERIA - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Lee Probert (England) Crowd: 20.156, Craven Cottage, London Goals: 0-1 Mulgrew (10), 1-1 Uchebo (41), 1-2 Egwuekwe (52) own goal, 2-2 Nwofor (90) NIGERIA: (Coach: Stephen Keshi) Augustine (Austin) Ejide - Azubuike Egwuekwe, Ebenezer [Kunle] Odunlami (Efetobore (Efe) Ambrose 75), Joseph Yobo [c], Elderson [Uwa] Echiejile - Reuben Gabriel, Joel Obi (Emmanuel Nosakhare (Nosa) Igiebor 54), Christantus [Ejike] Uzoenyi (Victor Moses 62) - Michael Babatunde (Nnamdi Oduamadi 66), Michael Uchebo (Peter Odemwingie 55), Foluwashola (Shola) Ameobi (Uche Nwofor 62). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/12) Allan McGregor (32/Hull City) - Alan Hutton (40/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson (2/Dundee United) - Gordon Greer (4/Brighton & Hove Albion) Grant Hanley (13/Blackburn Rovers) James Morrison (31/West Bromwich Albion) - Charles Mulgrew (13/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (38/Celtic) Steven Naismith (29/Everton) Shaun Maloney (32/Wigan Athletic) Ikechi Anya (6/Watford) Subs: Christopher Martin (1/Derby County) for Steven Naismith (HT) George Boyd (2/Hull City) for James Morrison (63) Craig Forsyth (1/Derby County) for Andrew Robertson (77) Steven Whittaker (24/Norwich City) for Ikechi Anya (84) Notes: For the first time ever Scotland wore the new change strip launched in February 2014 by Adidas. It was based on the colours of Lord Rosebery which were originally worn by the Scottish team in 1881. Craven Cottage is the home ground of Fulham.
(Match 730) 7th September 2014 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) GERMANY - SCOTLAND 2-1 (1-0) Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway) Crowd: 60.209, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund Goals: 1-0 Muller (18), 1-1 Anya (66), 2-1 Muller (70) GERMANY: (Coach: Joachim Low) Manuel Neuer [c] - Sebastian Rudy, Jerome Boateng, Benedikt Howedes, Erik Durm - Christoph Kramer, Toni Kroos - Thomas Muller, Marco Reus (Matthias Ginter 90+2), Andre Schurrle (Lukas Podolski 84) - Mario Gotze. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/13) David Marshall (12/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (41/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (25/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (12/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (14/Blackburn Rovers) James Morrison (32/West Bromwich Albion) - Darren Fletcher [c] (63/Manchester United) Charles Mulgrew (14/Celtic) Steven Naismith (30/Everton) Barry Bannan (18/Crystal Palace) Ikechi Anya (7/Watford) Subs: Steven Fletcher (15/Sunderland) for Barry Bannan (58) James McArthur (16/Crystal Palace) for Darren Fletcher (58) Shaun Maloney (33/Wigan Athletic) for Steven Naismith (82) Notes: Charles Mulgrew was sent-off after 94 minutes.
(Match 731) 11th October 2014 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) SCOTLAND - GEORGIA 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Miroslav Zelinka (Czech Republic) Crowd: 34.719, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Khubutia (28) own goal SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/14) David Marshall (13/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (42/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson (3/Hull City) - Russell Martin (13/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (15/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (34/Wigan Athletic) - James Morrison (33/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (39/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (16/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (31/Everton) Ikechi Anya (8/Watford) Subs: James McArthur (17/Crystal Palace) for Steven Naismith (80) Christopher Martin (2/Derby County) for Steven Fletcher (90) GEORGIA: (Coach: Temur Ketsbaia) Giorgi Loria - Ucha Lobzhanidze, Akaki Khubutia, Davit Kvirkvelia (Tornike Okriashvili HT), Solomon Kvirkvelia - Murtaz Daushvili, Gia Grigalava, Valeri Qazaishvili (Giorgi Chanturia 80), Jaba Kankava [c] - Nikoloz Gelashvili, Giorgi Papava (Irakli Dzaria 70).
(Match 732) 14th October 2014 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) POLAND - SCOTLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco (Spain) Crowd: 55.197, Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw Goals: 1-0 Maczynski (12), 1-1 Maloney (18), 1-2 Naismith (57), 2-2 Milik (76) POLAND: (Coach: Adam Nawalka) Wojciech Szczesny - Lukasz Piszczek, Lukasz Szukala, Kamil Glik, Artur Jedrzejczyk - Kamil Grosicki (Michal Zyro 89), Grzegorz Krychowiak, Krzysztof Maczynski, Waldemar Sobota (Sebastian Mila 63) - Robert Lewandowski [c], Arkadiusz Milik. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/15) David Marshall (14/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (43/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (26/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (14/Norwich City) Gordon Greer (5/Brighton & Hove Albion) Shaun Maloney (35/Wigan Athletic) - James Morrison (34/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (40/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (17/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (32/Everton) Ikechi Anya (9/Watford) Subs: Darren Fletcher (64/Manchester United) for Steven Fletcher (71) Christopher Martin (3/Derby County) for Steven Naismith (71)
(Match 733) 14th November 2014 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) SCOTLAND - REPUBLIC OF IRELAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Milorad Mazic (Serbia) Crowd: 59.239, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Maloney (75) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/16) David Marshall (15/Cardiff City) - Steven Whittaker (27/Norwich City) Russell Martin (15/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (16/Blackburn Rovers) Andrew Robertson (4/Hull City) - Charles Mulgrew (15/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (41/Celtic) - Shaun Maloney (36/Wigan Athletic) Steven Naismith (33/Everton) Ikechi Anya (10/Watford) - Steven Fletcher (18/Sunderland) Subs: Christopher Martin (4/Derby County) for Steven Fletcher (56) Darren Fletcher (65/Manchester United) for Ikechi Anya (88) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Manager: Martin Hugh Michael O'Neill) David Forde - Seamus Coleman, Richard Keogh, John O'Shea [c], Stephen Ward - Aiden McGeady, Jeffrey Hendrick (Robbie Keane 78), Darron Gibson (Stephen Quinn 68), James McClean - Jonathan Walters, Shane Long (Robbie Brady 68).
(Match 734) 18th November 2014 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - ENGLAND 1-3 (0-1) Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden) Crowd: 49.526, Celtic Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Oxlade-Chamberlain (32), 0-2 Rooney (47), 1-2 Robertson (83), 1-3 Rooney (85) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/17) David Marshall (16/Cardiff City) - Steven Whittaker (28/Norwich City) Andrew Robertson (5/Hull City) - Russell Martin (16/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (17/Blackburn Rovers) Shaun Maloney (37/Wigan Athletic) - Charles Mulgrew (16/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (42/Celtic) Christopher Martin (5/Derby County) Steven Naismith (34/Everton) Ikechi Anya (11/Watford) Subs: Darren Fletcher (66/Manchester United) for Scott Brown (HT) Craig Gordon (41/Celtic) for David Marshall (HT) James Morrison (35/West Bromwich Albion) for Christopher Martin (HT) Barry Bannan (19/Crystal Palace) for Ikechi Anya (61) Steven May (1/Sheffield Wednesday) for Grant Hanley (67) Johnathon (Johnny) Russell (1/Derby County) for Shaun Maloney (81) ENGLAND: (Manager: Roy Hodgson) Fraser Forster - Nathaniel Clyne, Luke Shaw (Kieran Gibbs 66) - James Milner, Gary Cahill (Philip Jagielka HT), Christopher Smalling - Jack Wilshere (Ross Barkley 87), Stewart Downing (Adam Lallana HT), Daniel Welbeck (Raheem Sterling 67), Wayne Rooney [c], Alexander Oxlade-Chamberlain (Rickie Lambert 80).
(Match 735) 25th March 2015 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - NORTHERN IRELAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Martin Atkinson (England) Crowd: 20.117, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Berra (86) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/18) Craig Gordon (42/Celtic) - Steven Whittaker (29/Norwich City) Craig Forsyth (2/Derby County) - Gordon Greer (6/Brighton & Hove Albion) Russell Martin (17/Norwich City) James McArthur (18/Crystal Palace) - Darren Fletcher [c] (67/West Bromwich Albion) Matthew Ritchie (1/Bournemouth) Steven Fletcher (19/Sunderland) Shaun Maloney (38/Chicago Fire SC) Ikechi Anya (12/Watford) Subs: Christophe Berra (29/Ipswich Town) for Russell Martin (HT) Allan McGregor (33/Hull City) for Craig Gordon (HT) Steven Naismith (35/Everton) for Shaun Maloney (HT) James Morrison (36/West Bromwich Albion) for James McArthur (63) Jordan Rhodes (12/Blackburn Rovers) for Steven Fletcher (63) Johnathon (Johnny) Russell (2/Derby County) for Steven Whittaker (79) NORTHERN IRELAND: (Manager: Michael Andrew Martin O'Neill) Michael McGovern - Patrick (Paddy) McNair, Aaron Hughes, Jonathan Evans [c] (Luke McCullough 81), Daniel Lafferty - Christopher Baird (Lee Hodson 59), Oliver Norwood (Ryan McLaughlin 70) - Joshua Magennis (William McKay 75), Benjamin Reeves (Steven Davis 70), Stuart Dallas - William Grigg (Patrick (Paddy) McCourt 59).
(Match 736) 29th March 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) SCOTLAND - GIBRALTAR 6-1 (4-1) Referee: Mattias Gestranius (Finland) Crowd: 34.255, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 1-0 Maloney (18) penalty, 1-1 L.Casciaro (19), 2-1 Fletcher (29), 3-1 Maloney (34) penalty, 4-1 Naismith (39), 5-1 Fletcher (77), 6-1 Fletcher (90) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/19) David Marshall (17/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (44/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson (6/Hull City) - Matthew Ritchie (2/Bournemouth) Russell Martin (18/Norwich City) Shaun Maloney (39/Chicago Fire SC) - James Morrison (37/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (43/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (20/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (36/Everton) Ikechi Anya (13/Watford) Subs: Gordon Greer (7/Brighton & Hove Albion) for Matthew Ritchie (HT) Jordan Rhodes (13/Blackburn Rovers) for Steven Naismith (67) Barry Bannan (20/Bolton Wanderers) for Ikechi Anya (74) GIBRALTAR: (Coach: David Wilson) Jamie Robba - Ryan Casciaro, David Artell (Jean-Carlos Garcia 53), Scott Wiseman, Joseph Chipolina - Adam Priestley, Anthony Bardon (Daniel Duarte 82), Aaron Payas, Roy Chipolina [c] (Jake Gosling 74), Liam Walker - Lee Casciaro. Notes : Steven Fletcher's hat-trick - the first since Colin Stein netted four against Cyprus in 1969 - gave Scotland their biggest win since beating the Faroe Islands 6-0 in 2006. Scotland had never played Gibraltar before. Lee Casciaro scored Gibraltar's first international competitive goal. On 2nd February 2015 Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) joined Bolton Wanderers on loan until the end of the season.
(Match 737) 5th June 2015 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - QATAR 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Sebastien Delferiere (Belgium) Crowd: 14.270, Easter Road, Edinburgh Goal: 1-0 Ritchie (41) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/20) David Marshall (18/Cardiff City) - Ikechi Anya (14/Watford) Craig Forsyth (3/Derby County) - Gordon Greer (8/Brighton & Hove Albion) Charles Mulgrew (17/Celtic) Shaun Maloney (40/Chicago Fire SC) - James Forrest (10/Celtic) Scott Brown [c] (44/Celtic) Steven Naismith (37/Everton) James McArthur (19/Crystal Palace) Matthew Ritchie (3/Bournemouth) Subs: Craig Gordon (43/Celtic) for David Marshall (HT) James Morrison (38/West Bromwich Albion) for James McArthur (HT) Charles Adam (26/Stoke City) for Shaun Maloney (59) Darren Fletcher (68/West Bromwich Albion) for Scott Brown (59) Leigh Griffiths (5/Celtic) for Steven Naismith (59) Johnathon (Johnny) Russell (3/Derby County) for James Forrest (74) QATAR: (Coach: Jose Daniel Carreno) Amine Claude Lecomte-Addani - Mohammed Tresor Abdullah (Hamid Ismail Khalifa 78), Mohammed Kasola, Ahmed Yasser Mohammedi Abdelrahman, Abdelkarim Hassan Fadlalla - Ahmed Mohamed El Sayed, Karim Boudiaf - Hassan Khalid Al Haidous [c] (Moayad Hassan Fedaily 86), Ali Assadalla Thaimn Qambar (Abdulrahman Mohammad Ali Hussain "Mohd" 66), Abdulaziz Hatem Mohammed Abdullah (Almahdi Ali Mukhtar 54) - Mohammed Muntari (Abdulgadir Ilyas Bakur 78).
(Match 738) 13th June 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) REPUBLIC OF IRELAND - SCOTLAND 1-1 (1-0) Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy) Crowd: 49.063, Aviva Stadium, Dublin Goals: 1-0 Walters (38), 1-1 O'Shea (47) own goal REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: (Manager: Martin Hugh Michael O'Neill) Seamus (Shay) Given - Seamus Coleman, John O'Shea [c], Marc Wilson, Robbie Brady - Jeffrey Hendrick, Glenn Whelan (James McClean 68), James McCarthy, Wesley Hoolahan (Robbie Keane 73) - Jonathan Walters, Daryl Murphy (Shane Long 80). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/21) David Marshall (19/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (45/Aston Villa) Craig Forsyth (4/Derby County) - Russell Martin (19/Norwich City) Charles Mulgrew (18/Celtic) Shaun Maloney (41/Chicago Fire SC) - James Morrison (39/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (45/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (21/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (38/Everton) Matthew Ritchie (4/Bournemouth) Subs: Ikechi Anya (15/Watford) for Matthew Ritchie (HT) James McArthur (20/Crystal Palace) for Scott Brown (85) Christophe Berra (30/Ipswich Town) for Steven Naismith (90+2)
(Match 739) 4th September 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) GEORGIA - SCOTLAND 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Ovidiu Hategan (Romania) Crowd: 22.886, Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi Goal: 1-0 Qazaishvili (38) GEORGIA: (Coach: Kakhaber Tskhadadze) Nukri Revishvili - Aleksandre Amisulashvili, Ucha Lobzhanidze, Solomon Kvirkvelia, Giorgi Navalovski - Tornike Okriashvili (Giorgi Merebashvili 71), Jano Ananidze (Murtaz Daushvili 82), Guram Kashia, Jaba Kankava [c], Valeri Qazaishvili - Levan Mchedlidze (Mate Vatsadze 90+3). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/22) David Marshall (20/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (46/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson (7/Hull City) - Russell Martin (20/Norwich City) Charles Mulgrew (19/Celtic) Shaun Maloney (42/Hull City) - James Morrison (40/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (46/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (22/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (39/Everton) Ikechi Anya (16/Watford) Subs: James Forrest (11/Celtic) for Steven Naismith (59) Grant Hanley (18/Blackburn Rovers) for Andrew Robertson (59) Leigh Griffiths (6/Celtic) for Ikechi Anya (75)
(Match 740) 7th September 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) SCOTLAND - GERMANY 2-3 (2-2) Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands) Crowd: 50.753, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Muller (18), 1-1 Hummels (28) own goal, 1-2 Muller (34), 2-2 McArthur (43), 2-3 Gundogan (54) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/23) David Marshall (21/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (47/Aston Villa) Russell Martin (21/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (19/Blackburn Rovers) Charles Mulgrew (20/Celtic) - Scott Brown [c] (47/Celtic) James McArthur (21/Crystal Palace) - James Forrest (12/Celtic) James Morrison (41/West Bromwich Albion) Shaun Maloney (43/Hull City) - Steven Fletcher (23/Sunderland) Subs: Ikechi Anya (17/Watford) for Shaun Maloney (60) Christopher Martin (6/Derby County) for Scott Brown (81) Matthew Ritchie (5/Bournemouth) for James Forrest (81) GERMANY: (Coach: Joachim Low) Manuel Neuer - Emre Can, Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector - Bastian Schweinsteiger [c], Toni Kroos - Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil (Christoph Kramer 90+2), Ilkay Gundogan - Mario Gotze (Andre Schurrle 86).
(Match 741) 8th October 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) SCOTLAND - POLAND 2-2 (1-1) Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary) Crowd: 49.359, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Lewandowski (3), 1-1 Ritchie (45), 2-1 S.Fletcher (62), 2-2 Lewandowski (90+4) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/24) David Marshall (22/Cardiff City) - Alan Hutton (48/Aston Villa) Steven Whittaker (30/Norwich City) - Russell Martin (22/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (20/Blackburn Rovers) James Forrest (13/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher (69/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown [c] (48/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (24/Sunderland) Steven Naismith (40/Everton) Matthew Ritchie (6/Bournemouth) Subs: Shaun Maloney (44/Hull City) for Steven Naismith (69) James McArthur (22/Crystal Palace) for Darren Fletcher (74) Graham Dorrans (11/Norwich City) for James Forrest (84) POLAND: (Coach: Adam Nawalka) Lukasz Fabianski - Lukasz Piszczek, Kamil Glik, Michal Pazdan, Maciej Rybus (Jakub Wawrzyniak 71) - Grzegorz Krychowiak, Krzysztof Maczynski - Jakub Blaszczykowski (Pawel Olkowski 83), Arkadiusz Milik, (Tomasz Jodlowiec 63), Kamil Grosicki - Robert Lewandowski [c].
(Match 742) 11th October 2015 (2016 European Championship Qualifying Group D) GIBRALTAR - SCOTLAND 0-6 (0-2) Referee: Aljaksej Kulbakow (Belarus) Crowd: 12.401, Estadio Algarve, Loulé Goals: 0-1 Martin (25), 0-2 Maloney (39), 0-3 S.Fletcher (52), 0-4 S.Fletcher (56), 0-5 S.Fletcher (85), 0-6 Naismith (90+1) GIBRALTAR: (Coach: Jeffrey Wood) Jamie Robba - Erin Barnett, Roy Chipolina [c], Ryan Casciaro - Jean-Carlos Garcia, Liam Walker, Daniel Duarte (Brian Perez 57), Anthony Bardon, Joseph Chipolina - Lee Casciaro (John Paul Duarte 82) - Kyle Casciaro (Michael (Mikey) Yome 89). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/25) Allan McGregor (34/Hull City) - Alan Hutton (49/Aston Villa) Andrew Robertson (8/Hull City) - Christophe Berra (31/Ipswich Town) Gordon Greer (9/Brighton & Hove Albion) Shaun Maloney (45/Hull City) - Graham Dorrans (12/Norwich City) Scott Brown [c] (49/Celtic) Steven Fletcher (25/Sunderland) Christopher Martin (7/Derby County) Matthew Ritchie (7/Bournemouth) Subs: Darren Fletcher (70/West Bromwich Albion) for Scott Brown (63) Johnathon (Johnny) Russell (4/Derby County) for Matthew Ritchie (63) Steven Naismith (41/Everton) for Christopher Martin (76) Notes: Scotland failed to reach the play-offs for the 2016 European Championship Finals in France. Gibraltar's main stadium, the 5.000 capacity Victoria Stadium, does not meet the Uefa requirements to be able to host competitive international fixtures. Consequently, they played all their Euro 2016 home qualifiers at the Estadio Algarve in Loulé, Faro district, Portugal.


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