(Match 743) 24th March 2016 (Friendly match) CZECH REPUBLIC - SCOTLAND 0-1 (0-1) Referee: Paul McLaughlin (Republic of Ireland) Crowd: 14.580, GENERALI Arena, Prague Goal: 0-1 Anya (10) CZECH REPUBLIC: (Coach: Pavel Vrba) Tomas Koubek - Pavel Kaderabek, Tomas Sivok [c], Michal Kadlec, David Limbersky - Vladimir Darida (Jakub Rada 87), Kamil Vacek (Lukas Marecek 78) - Borek Dockal (Daniel Kolar 65), Martin Frydek (Jiri Skalak HT), Josef Sural (Daniel Pudil 78) - Tomas Necid (Matej Vydra 65). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/26) Allan McGregor (35/Hull City) - Alan Hutton (50/Aston Villa) Russell Martin (23/Norwich City) Christophe Berra (32/Ipswich Town) Andrew Robertson (9/Hull City) - Charles Mulgrew (21/Celtic) Darren Fletcher [c] (71/West Bromwich Albion) - Kenneth McLean (1/Aberdeen) Robert Snodgrass (16/Hull City) Ikechi Anya (18/Watford) - Ross McCormack (12/Fulham) Subs: Barry Bannan (21/Sheffield Wednesday) for Andrew Robertson (58) Matthew Phillips (3/Queens Park Rangers) for Kenneth McLean (59) Anthony Watt (1/Blackburn Rovers) for Ross McCormack (78) Paul Caddis (1/Birmingham City) for Ikechi Anya (87) Notes: Alan Hutton became the 29th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland. On 29th January 2016 Anthony Watt (Charlton Athletic) joined Blackburn Rovers on loan until the end of the season. Early in April he returned to his club as an injury during a match with Preston North End on 2nd April 2016 brought the loan to a premature end.
(Match 744) 29th March 2016 (Friendly match) SCOTLAND - DENMARK 1-0 (1-0) Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway) Crowd: 18.385, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goal: 1-0 Ritchie (8) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/27) Craig Gordon (44/Celtic) - Steven Whittaker (31/Norwich City) Gordon Greer (10/Brighton & Hove Albion) Grant Hanley (21/Blackburn Rovers) Kieran Tierney (1/Celtic) - Matthew Ritchie (8/Bournemouth) Scott Brown [c] (50/Celtic) John McGinn (1/Hibernian) Shaun Maloney (46/Hull City) - Steven Fletcher (26/Olympique de Marseille) Leigh Griffiths (7/Celtic) Subs: Ikechi Anya (19/Watford) for Steven Fletcher (HT) Charles Mulgrew (22/Celtic) for Kieran Tierney (HT) Christopher Martin (8/Derby County) for Leigh Griffiths (60) Liam Bridcutt (2/Leeds United) for Shaun Maloney (69) Oliver Burke (1/Nottingham Forest) for Matthew Ritchie (82) DENMARK: (Coach: Age Hareide) Kasper Schmeichel (Jonas Lossl HT) - Henrik Dalsgaard, Simon Kjaer, Daniel Agger [c] (Erik Sviatchenko 64), Riza Durmisi - Andreas Christensen, Pierre Emile Hojbjerg, Thomas Delaney - Christian Eriksen (Lasse Schone 81) - Nicolai Jorgensen, Yussuf Poulsen "Yurary" (Martin Braithwaite HT). Notes: Scott Brown became the 30th player to reach 50 caps for Scotland. On 26th November 2015 Liam Bridcutt (Sunderland) joined Leeds United on loan until the beginning of January 2016. On 5th January his loan was extended until 9th May 2016. On 1st February 2016 Steven Fletcher (Sunderland) joined Olympique de Marseille on loan until 30th June 2016.
(Match 745) 29th May 2016 (Friendly match) ITALY - SCOTLAND 1-0 (0-0) Referee: Alan Mario Sant (Malta) Crowd: 8.000, Stadium Nazzjonali, Ta'Qali Goal: 1-0 Pellè (57) ITALY: (Coach: Antonio Conte) Gianluigi Buffon [c] - Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini - Antonio Candreva (Marco Parolo 62), Alessandro Florenzi, Daniele De Rossi (Jorge Luiz Frello Filho "Jorginho" 67), Emanuele Giaccherini (Giacomo Bonaventura 80), Matteo Darmian (Federico Bernardeschi 60) - Graziano Pellè (Simone Zaza 68), Eder Citadin Martins "Eder" (Lorenzo Insigne 59). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/28) David Marshall (23/Cardiff City) - Callum Paterson (1/Heart of Midlothian) Charles Mulgrew (23/Celtic) - Russell Martin (24/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (22/Blackburn Rovers) Matthew Phillips (4/Queens Park Rangers) - Darren Fletcher [c] (72/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (23/Crystal Palace) Ross McCormack (13/Fulham) Matthew Ritchie (9/Bournemouth) Ikechi Anya (20/Watford) Subs: Christophe Berra (33/Ipswich Town) for Callum Paterson (HT) Steven Fletcher (27/Olympique de Marseille) for Ross McCormack (HT) Oliver Burke (2/Nottingham Forest) for Matthew Phillips (70) Steven Naismith (42/Norwich City) for Ikechi Anya (71) Craig Bryson (3/Derby County) for James McArthur (83) Notes: The match against Italy was played in the Ta'Qali national stadium as Scotland were based in Malta for a summer training camp.
(Match 746) 4th June 2016 (Friendly match) FRANCE - SCOTLAND 3-0 (3-0) Referee: Sebastien Delferiere (Belgium) Crowd: 25.057, Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien, Metz Goals: 1-0 Giroud (8), 2-0 Giroud (35), 3-0 Koscielny (39) FRANCE: (Coach: Didier Deschamps) Hugo Lloris [c] - Bacary Sagna, Adil Rami, Laurent Koscielny, Patrice Evra (Lucas Digne 83) - Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante (Moussa Sissoko 88), Blaise Matuidi (Yohan Cabaye 69) - Kingsley Coman (Antoine Griezmann HT), Olivier Giroud (Andre-Pierre Gignac 63), Dimitri Payet (Anthony Martial HT). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/29) David Marshall (24/Cardiff City) - Russell Martin (25/Norwich City) Andrew Robertson (10/Hull City) - Gordon Greer (11/Brighton & Hove Albion) Grant Hanley (23/Blackburn Rovers) James McArthur (24/Crystal Palace) - Darren Fletcher [c] (73/West Bromwich Albion) Shaun Maloney (47/Hull City) Steven Fletcher (28/Olympique de Marseille) Robert Snodgrass (17/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (10/Bournemouth) Subs: Ikechi Anya (21/Watford) for Shaun Maloney (HT) Charles Mulgrew (24/Celtic) for Andrew Robertson (HT) Steven Naismith (43/Norwich City) for Steven Fletcher (58) Stephen Kingsley (1/Swansea City) for Robert Snodgrass (66) Barrie McKay (1/Rangers) for James McArthur (84)
(Match 747) 4th September 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) MALTA - SCOTLAND 1-5 (1-1) Referee: Yevhen Aranovskyj (Ukraine) Crowd: 15.069, Stadium Nazzjonali, Ta'Qali Goals: 0-1 Snodgrass (10), 1-1 Effiong (14), 1-2 C.Martin (53), 1-3 Snodgrass (61) penalty, 1-4 S.Fletcher (78), 1-5 Snodgrass (85) MALTA: (Coach: Pietro Ghedin) Andrew Hogg - Jonathan Caruana, Andrei Agius, Steve Borg - Ryan Scicluna (Ryan Camilleri 79), Paul Fenech, Gareth Sciberras, Luke Gambin, Joseph Zerafa - Andre Schembri [c] (Roderick Briffa 66) - Alfred Effiong (Michael Mifsud 89). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/30) David Marshall (25/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (2/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Robertson (11/Hull City) - Russell Martin (26/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (24/Newcastle United) Barry Bannan (22/Sheffield Wednesday) - Darren Fletcher [c] (74/West Bromwich Albion) Oliver Burke (3/RB Leipzig) Christopher Martin (9/Fulham) Robert Snodgrass (18/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (11/Newcastle United) Subs: James Forrest (14/Celtic) for Oliver Burke (66) Steven Fletcher (29/Sheffield Wednesday) for Christopher Martin (69) Ikechi Anya (22/Derby County) for Matthew Ritchie (86) Notes: Jonathan Caruana was sent-off after 59 minutes. Luke Gambin was sent-off after 91 minutes. Robert Snodgrass became the first Scotland player to score a hat-trick in a World Cup qualifier since Colin Stein in 1969 against Cyprus at Hampden Park. On 30th August 2016 Christopher Martin (Derby County) joined Fulham on loan until 31st May 2017.
(Match 748) 8th October 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SCOTLAND - LITHUANIA 1-1 (0-0) Referee: Tobias Stieler (Germany) Crowd: 35.966, Hampden Park, Glasgow Goals: 0-1 Cernych (59), 1-1 McArthur (89) SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/31) David Marshall (26/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (3/Heart of Midlothian) Andrew Robertson (12/Hull City) - Russell Martin (27/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (25/Newcastle United) Barry Bannan (23/Sheffield Wednesday) - Darren Fletcher [c] (75/West Bromwich Albion) Oliver Burke (4/RB Leipzig) Christopher Martin (10/Fulham) Robert Snodgrass (19/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (12/Newcastle United) Subs: James McArthur (25/Crystal Palace) for Darren Fletcher (HT) James Forrest (15/Celtic) for Oliver Burke (57) Leigh Griffiths (8/Celtic) for Matthew Ritchie (71) LITHUANIA: (Coach: Edgaras Jankauskas) Ernestas Setkus - Egidijus Vaitkunas, Georgas Freidgeimas, Edvinas Girdvainis, Vaidas Slavickas (Vytautas Andriuskevicius 64) - Arturas Zulpa (Karolis Chvedukas 65), Mantas Kuklys, Fedor Cernych [c], Arvydas Novikovas - Nerijus Valskis (Mindaugas Grigaravicius 85), Vykintas Slivka.
(Match 749) 11th October 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) SLOVAKIA - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Martin Strombergsson (Sweden) Crowd: 11.098, Stadion Antona Malatinskeho, Trnava Goals: 1-0 Mak (18), 2-0 Mak (56), 3-0 Nemec (68) SLOVAKIA: (Coach: Jan Kozak) Matus Kozacik - Erik Sabo, Martin Skrtel [c], Jan Durica, Jakub Holubek - Juraj Kucka, Milan Skriniar - Michal Duris, Marek Hamsik (Filip Kiss 87), Robert Mak (Dusan Svento 80) - Adam Nemec (Marek Bakos 69). SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/32) David Marshall (27/Hull City) - Callum Paterson (4/Heart of Midlothian) Kieran Tierney (2/Celtic) - Russell Martin (28/Norwich City) Grant Hanley (26/Newcastle United) Barry Bannan (24/Sheffield Wednesday) - Darren Fletcher [c] (76/West Bromwich Albion) James McArthur (26/Crystal Palace) Steven Fletcher (30/Sheffield Wednesday) Robert Snodgrass (20/Hull City) Matthew Ritchie (13/Newcastle United) Subs: Ikechi Anya (23/Derby County) for Matthew Ritchie (64) Leigh Griffiths (9/Celtic) for Darren Fletcher (64) John McGinn (2/Hibernian) for Steven Fletcher (76)
(Match 750) 11th November 2016 (2018 World Cup Qualifying Group F) ENGLAND - SCOTLAND 3-0 (1-0) Referee: Cuneyt Çakir (Turkey) Crowd: 87.258, Wembley Stadium, London Goals: 1-0 Sturridge (23), 2-0 Lallana (50), 3-0 Cahill (61) ENGLAND: (Manager: Gareth Southgate) Charles Joseph (Joe) Hart - Kyle Walker, Daniel Rose - Eric Dier, Gary Cahill, John Stones - Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge (Jamie Vardy 74), Wayne Rooney [c], Adam Lallana. SCOTLAND: (Coach: Gordon Strachan/33) Craig Gordon (45/Celtic) - Ikechi Anya (24/Derby County) Lee Wallace (9/Rangers) - Christophe Berra (34/Ipswich Town) Grant Hanley (27/Newcastle United) James Forrest (16/Celtic) - Darren Fletcher [c] (77/West Bromwich Albion) Scott Brown (51/Celtic) Leigh Griffiths (10/Celtic) Robert Snodgrass (21/Hull City) James Morrison (42/West Bromwich Albion) Subs: James McArthur (27/Crystal Palace) for James Morrison (66) Callum Paterson (5/Heart of Midlothian) for Ikechi Anya (79) Matthew Ritchie (14/Newcastle United) for Robert Snodgrass (82)
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