4 The Daily Telegraph Tuesday 8 September 2020 *** Sport Football Tartan Army’s annals of infamy by leaving Kenny Miller, the on-form Rangers striker, on the bench, while Steven Fletcher had to watch from the stand. Clarke would have chewed his fingers off to have been able to call upon Miller and Fletcher at their peak but, severely restricted in his choices, went again with Dykes as the spearhead. With Hubnik as captain, meanwhile, the Czechs took the field with nine debutants. Czech Republic 1-2 Scotland Czech Republic (4-3-3) Mandous; Holes, Hubnik, Jemelka, Zeleny; Janos, Budinsky (Breite 55), Havlik (Rusek 81); Malinsky, Tecl, Pesek (Potocny 76). Nguyen (g), Markovic (g), Juroaka, Karafiat, Karabec, Holzer, Solil, Gabriel, Sip. Janos, Malinsky. (3-5-2) Marshall; McTominay, McKenna, Cooper; Palmer, Armstrong (McGregor 80), Fleck (McGinn 71), McLean, Robertson; Christie, Dykes (Paterson 65). McLaughlin (g) McCrorie (g) Jack, Tierney, Forrest, Gallagher, Burke, O’Donnell, Taylor. Armstrong, McKenna, Palmer, Robertson. Serdar Gozubuyuk (Holland). Subs Booked Scotland Subs Booked Referee
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