Scotland vs Armenia live stream: How to watch Nations League fixture online and on TV tonight
Scotland get their Nations League campaign underway tonight with the visit of Armenia.
The visitors to Hampden Park earned a surprise victory over Republic of Ireland to open the group and face a Scottish side looking to bounce back from World Cup heartbreak at the hands of Ukraine.
Nathan Patterson is back for Steve Clarke’s side after missing last week’s defeat but Lyndon Dykes will sit the rest of the month’s internationals after picking up a leg muscle injury.
Manager Clarke said ahead of the game: “It's a new tournament, it's one we want to do well in and if we can manage to finish top of the section and get into the A group for the next round of Nations League matches then that would be another sign of the progress that I think we are making.”
Scotland will need to pick themselves up from World Cup heartbreak as they host Armenia in their Nations League opener at Hampden tonight.
Scotland’s hopes of qualifying for a first men’s World Cup since 1998 were ended by Ukraine in an emotional evening at the national stadium last Wednesday.
The final qualifying place went to Wales but Scotland must now go again as they begin their Nations League campaign in the first of three fixtures this week.
Scotland are in Nations League Group B, alongside tonight’s opponents Armenia, Ireland and Ukraine. Armenia opened the group with a 1-0 win over Ireland on Saturday.