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Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Scotland v Denmark (20:00 BST)


  2. Scotland debuts

    Scotland v Denmark (20:00 BST)

    Alasdair Lamont

    BBC Sport Scotland

    "Celtic's 18-year-old full-back Kieran Tierney and the Hibernian midfielder John McGinn are expected to start for Scotland in tonight's friendly against Denmark. The pair will make their full international debuts as Gordon Strachan seeks greater depth to his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifying campaign. 

    "Tierney's Celtic team-mate Leigh Griffiths should start up front, with Steven Fletcher likely to play behind him. Matt Ritchie and Shaun Maloney will play wide, with Scott Brown winning his 50th cap alongside McGinn in central midfield. Craig Gordon plays in goal, with Steven Whittaker, Gordon Greer and Grant Hanley making up the rest of the defence."

    Celtic full-back Kieran Tierney (left) and Hibs midfielder John McGinn
    Image caption: Kieran Tierney (left) and Hibs midfielder John McGinn are expected to feature
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  4. Welcome

    Scotland v Denmark (20:00 BST)

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  5. Captain courageous

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    Scott Brown will earn his 50th cap should he make an appearance against Denmark tonight at Hampden.

    His boss Gordon Strachan added: "He is a leader..."  

    "It feels like I'm getting old," added Brown. "I was told that Kieran [Tierney] was eight-years-old when I had my first international cap." 

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    Scotland captain Scott Brown