Clarke speaks to the media ahead of Scotland's final pre-Euros friendly

Scotland host Finland at Hampden on Friday for one final send off before the Euros begin.

Scotland manager Steve Clarke is speaking to the media ahead of the national team’s final friendly before Euro 2024 gets underway.

The squad will fly out to Germany following the game against Finland at Hampden on Friday night.

They will then have a week to prepare to take on the hosts in Munich in the tournament’s opening game on June 14.

Clarke has been forced to bring in reinforcements following their 2-0 win over Gibraltar with Tommy Conway and Lewis Morgan coming in to replace Lyndon Dykes and Ben Doak who dropped out with injuries.

The 28-man squad will be cut by two to 26 before they make their way to the base camp in the Bavarian resort Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Scotland ended seven games without a win in, an albeit less than convincing, win over Gibraltar in Portugal with Ryan Christie and Che Adams getting the goals.

They will be hoping for a better performance against Finland on Friday when the 50,000 Tartan Army will give them a final send-off before the real stuff begins.

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