Serbia v Scotland FREE LIVE stream: How to watch crucial Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final for free

Scotland face Serbia in their crucial Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final as both sides look to reach next summer’s tournament. The European Championships have been put back to a year due to the COVID-19 lockdown and four places are yet to be decided. Scotland take on Serbia in one of four play-off finals this week […]

Serbia v Scotland FREE LIVE stream: How to watch crucial Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final for free

Scotland face Serbia in their crucial Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final as both sides look to reach next summer’s tournament.

The European Championships have been put back to a year due to the COVID-19 lockdown and four places are yet to be decided.

Scotland take on Serbia in their crucial Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final
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Scotland take on Serbia in one of four play-off finals this week with the winner set to join England in Group D next summer.

The Scots beat Israel on penalties in the semi-final while Serbia edged past Norway.

Serbia v Scotland: Date and kick-off time

This Euro 2020 qualifying play-off final will be held at the Red Star Stadium in Belgrade on Thursday, November 12 and will kick-off at 7:45pm.

These two have only met on one occasion before – in qualification for 2014 World Cup.

They drew 0-0 in Glasgow before Serbia won 2-0 in Novi Sad.

Serbia v Scotland: TV channel and live stream

This match will be shown live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm and also free-to-air on Sky Pick.

It can be live streamed via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.

Steve Clarke’s Scotland take on Serbia in their Euro 2020 play-off final
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Serbia v Scotland: How to listen

Full coverage from Red Star Stadium in Belgrade will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our coverage starting at 7pm.

Nigel Adderley and Chris Iwelumo will be on commentary duty and to tune in, click the radio player below or HERE for the live stream.

Serbia v Scotland: Team news

Scotland squad

Ryan Fraser and Grant Hanley had to pull out of squad through injury

  • Goalkeepers: Marshall (Derby County), McLaughlin (Rangers), Gordon (Heart of Midlothian).
  • Defenders: Considine (Aberdeen), Gallagher (Motherwell), McKenna (Nottingham Forest), Cooper (Leeds), O’Donnell (Motherwell), Palmer (Sheffield Wednesday), Robertson (Liverpool), Tierney (Arsenal), Taylor (Celtic)
  • Midfielders: McTominay (Manchester United), Christie (Celtic), McGregor (Celtic), Armstrong (Southampton), Jack (Rangers), McGinn (Aston Villa), Kenny McLean (Norwich City)
  • Forwards: Dykes (QPR), Burke (Sheffield United), McBurnie (Sheffield United), Griffiths (Celtic), Paterson (Sheffield Wednesday), Shankland (Dundee United)