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Gibraltar v Scotland: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Scotland will look to build some momentum ahead of Euro 2024 when they face Gibraltar in a friendly on Monday night in Portugal.

The Scots are winless in seven games in all competitions, but they will fancy their chances against Gibraltar, who have lost 12 matches on the spin, all without scoring.

Gibraltar v Scotland

How to watch Gibraltar v Scotland and TV channel

Gibraltar v Scotland will be shown live on Premier Sports 1.

Gibraltar v Scotland kick-off time, date and venue

Gibraltar v Scotland is scheduled to start at 17:00 BST on Monday 3rd June, and it will take place at Estadio Algarve, Portugal.

Gibraltar v Scotland stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Gibraltar have lost 12 matches on the spin in all competitions and failed to score in all of those games. They last scored a goal in November 2022 when they beat Andorra 1-0.

Since then, they have lost to the likes of the Netherlands, France, the Republic of Ireland and Wales. In lNovember, they were hammered 14-0 in France before being thrashed 6-0 by the Netherlands at this venue in Portugal.

Gibraltar then lost both legs to Lithuania 1-0 in the Nations League in March, although Scotland also go into Monday's game in poor form.

Steve Clarke's troops have lost five of their last seven games, while their last win came against Cyprus in September, the final match of their five-game winning run in their qualifying group which went a long way to securing their place at Euro 2024.

However, they have beaten Gibraltar in both of their previous meetings, winning 6-1 in March 2015 and 6-0 in October 2015.

Gibraltar v Scotland head-to-head record (H2H)

Gibraltar wins




Scotland wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for Gibraltar v Scotland.

Gibraltar v Scotland team news

Gibraltar team news

Gibraltar boss Julio Cesar Ribas has named six players in his squad without a senior cap as he plans for the future, but experienced trio Tjay De Barr, Liam Walker and Lee Casciaro are all expected to feature.

Scotland team news

Striker Lyndon Dykes has been ruled out of Euro 2024 after suffering an injury in training on Friday, and he joins Nathan Patterson, Aaron Hickey and Lewis Ferguson on the sidelines.

Dykes' injury means Che Adams or Lawrence Shankland will lead the line on Monday as they each try to stake their claim for a starting spot in Germany.

Stuart Armstrong and John Souttar both trained away from the main group on Thursday, and the pair may not be risked after missing the end of the domestic season with their clubs.

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