2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
3rd in UEFA Nations League
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5dAssociated Press

Ireland joins UK home nations' 2030 WC bid plan

The Republic of Ireland will join England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in exploring a potential bid for the 2030 World Cup.

Scotland 2-0 Albania: Naismith shines on return (2:14)
Burley: Belgium loss could scar young Scotland players (1:30)
Scotland 0-4 Belgium: Belgians put on show at Hampden (2:03)
Batshuayi fires in Belgium's fourth (1:03)
Batshuayi slots in number three for Belgium (0:55)
Hazard lashes in second for Belgium (0:54)
Lukaku makes Scotland pay (1:08)
Extra Time: Dembele to start for France? (9:48)
Extra Time: Barca's UCL chances; ESPN FC's best dancer (9:40)
From Russia with Love: Craig Burley (0:29)
114dTom Marshall

Mexico's finishing woes worrying despite win

There's no easy solution to Mexico's recurring issues in turning positive play into goals, and El Tri can't afford to spurn such chances in Russia.

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114dTom Marshall

Mexico edges Scotland despite dominating play

Giovani dos Santos struck an early goal as Mexico earned a 1-0 victory over Scotland in a full Estadio Azteca on Saturday in El Tri's home farewell.

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118dRob Dawson

Ferguson helped me pick Scotland - McTominay

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay has revealed Sir Alex Ferguson played a part in his decision to choose Scotland over England.

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181dPA Sport

McLeish earns first win back with Scotland

Matt Phillips kick-started Alex McLeish's second Scotland reign as his first international goal sealed a 1-0 friendly victory over Hungary.

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182dRob Dawson

United's McTominay doubtful vs. Swansea

Scott McTominay is a doubt for Manchester United's Premier League clash with Swansea on Saturday after pulling out of the Scotland squad.

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185dPA Sport

McLeish calls for 'common sense' after loss

Alex McLeish "called common sense'' to be used in judgement after beginning his second tenure as Scotland boss with a 1-0 defeat by Costa Rica.