What time is kickoff, what TV channel is it playing on, and what is our prediction?
Scotland are making their return to the finals of a competition for the first time in this century, since their elimination in the 1998 World Cup group stage and, best of all, at home. The Group D meeting pits Steve Clarke’s side against the Czech Republic, a team they beat twice last fall in the Nations League, 2-1 in Olomouc and 1-0 in Hampden thanks to the goal of Ryan Fraser.
When is Scotland vs. Czech Republic?
The Euro 2020 match will take place on Monday June 14 at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
What time is the kick-off?
The match will start at 2 p.m. BST.
Which TV channel is it on?
Scotland vs Czech Republic will be broadcast on BBC 1, with BBC and ITV sharing the tournament rights.
See the full program of Euro 2020 TV channels
What is the news of the team?
By Roddy Forsyth
Andrew Robertson took on the role of Scotland captain this week anticipating his teammates’ chances at Euro 2020 could be jeopardized by homesickness. The Liverpool defender duly spent his precious days off putting together a comfort package for each of his teammates to avoid this danger.
To explain, Steve Clarke’s plans for Scotland’s Euro preparations went awry from the start in one regard. It was initially proposed that the Scots use their usual Oriam training base outside of Edinburgh but, as they had to go through the play-offs to reach the final, they were unable to confirm their reservation. only after the crucial penalty victory against Serbia Belgrade in November.
The Czech Republic, meanwhile, qualified directly in the same group as England and stole a march on Scotland by reserving Oriam’s facilities. Croatia have also been smart and have reserved the training areas at the University of St Andrews, leaving the Scots with no choice but to cross the border into England, where they gathered at Rockliffe Hall on Wednesday evening. , Darlington.
There, at the Scottish senior men’s team’s first meeting for a finals since France 98, Robertson handed each player a bundle. “When we came here yesterday Robbo gave us all a box with a lot of stuff in it and it made me realize we were at Euro and it started now,” striker Kevin Nisbet said. of the Hibs who scored. his first international goal in the 2-2 draw against the Netherlands in Portugal last week.
“There were Apple watches, headphones, a shirt.”