4′ Scotland are on the attack here and Adams plays it out to Dykes on the left of the box. He manages to slip it through to McTominay before he’s tripped, but his low cross is blocked by Selimovic in the middle.
2′ Rodrigues makes a great run down the right, holding off Gallagher to get into space before pulling it back for Jans. He whips a great cross into the box which Marshall catches. The referee has just stopped the game though as the ball is already going flat and they need to find a replacement.
1′ Adams gets the game underway for Scotland!
The teams are out on the pitch now, with kick-off just moments away.
Scotland have won their last match leading up to a major tournament (Euros & World Cup) ahead of just one of their previous seven appearances (D3 L3), a 2-1 win over Malta before the 1990 World Cup. They have failed to score in six of their previous seven such games.
Steve Clarke makes seven changes from the Netherlands game on Wednesday as he looks to give more players minutes on the field. Marshall, O’Donnell, McTominay, Hanley, McGinn, Adams and Gallagher all come in. Armstrong, Turnbull, Forrest, Hendry and Gordon start on the bench.
Luc Holtz makes just three changes to the side that lost to Norway last time out as he brings in Selimovic, Skenderovic and Sebastien Thill. Olivier Thill drops to the bench.
SCOTLAND SUBS: Nathan Patterson, Scott McKenna, Ryan Fraser, Jack Hendry, David Turnbull, Greg Taylor, Billy Gilmour, James Forrest, Kevin Nisbet, Stuart Armstrong, Craig Gordon, Jon McLaughlin.
SCOTLAND STARTING XI (4-3-3): David Marshall; Stephen O’Donnell, Scott McTominay, Grant Hanley, Andy Robertson; Callum McGregor, John McGinn, Kieran Tierney; Che Adams, Lyndon Dykes, Declan Gallagher.
LUXEMBOURG SUBS: Daniel Alves Da Mota, Florian Bohnert, Chris Philipps, Lucas Fox, Marvin Martins, Ralph Schon, Alessio Curci, Olivier Thill, Eric Velga, Eldin Dzogovic, Seid Korac.
LUXEMBOURG STARTING XI (4-4-1-1): Anthony Moris; Laurent Jans, Vahid Selimovic, Enes Mahmutovic, Michael Pinto; Gerson Rodrigues, Aldin Skenderovic, Dirk Carlson, Danel Sinani; Sebastian Thill; Maurice Deville.
It’s Scotland’s last game before they start their Euros campaign against the Czech Republic a week tomorrow and they’ll be hoping to take a positive result into the tournament. They faced Netherlands in their other friendly last Wednesday but were denied a win after Memphis Depay’s late goal made it 2-2. They face a Luxembourg side that have won just one of their last six in all competitions (D1 L4) and lost their last outing against Norway 1-0.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the international friendly between Luxembourg and Scotland at the Stade Josy Barthel!