Scotland begin their Euro 2020 fixtures with an inevitably raucous clash against Czech Republic at Hampden Park this afternoon.
The Tartan Army has been made to wait patiently for an outing at major international tournament finals, and the hand of David Marshall has ensured the drought will end after 23 years.
What’s more, the game will go ahead on home soil and with 12,000 fans raining down praise for Steve Clarke and his men from the stands.
Premier League stars Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney and Scott McTominay of Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd respectively offer genuine hope that Scotland will turn up and silence critics in the coming days and weeks.
However, they face a stern test in the shape of Czech Republic who boast Premier League pedigree of their own with West Ham duo Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek set to start.
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When is Scotland v Czech Republic on TV?
Scotland v Czech Republic will take place on Monday 14th June 2021.
What time does Scotland v Czech Republic kick-off?
Scotland v Czech Republic will kick off at 2pm.
Games throughout the group stage will kick off at 2pm, 5pm and 8pm in UK time, while the knockout rounds will occupy the latter two time slots.
What TV channel is Scotland v Czech Republic on?
Fans can tune in to watch the game from 1.15pm for free on BBC One.
Games will be split between ITV and BBC throughout the tournament with every single moment of every match being broadcast on free-to-air TV.
How to live stream Scotland v Czech Republic online
You can also live stream the match via BBC iPlayer on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.
Scotland v Czech Republic team news
Scotland: Kevin Nisbet and Jack Hendry both netted their first goals for their country in a 2-2 draw with the Netherlands earlier this month and will be pushing for starts.
Premier League regulars Kieran Tierney, Andy Robertson and Scott McTominay, John McGinn and Che Adams should feature.
Czech Republic: Jaroslav Silhavy likes to deploy a 4-1-4-1 formation with star man Patrik Schick leading the line.
Tomas Soucek, Alex Kral, Michael Krmencik, Zdenek Ondrasek and Schick provide the strength from set-pieces for Czech Republic.
Scotland v Czech Republic odds
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Our prediction: Scotland v Czech Republic
Scotland are the underdogs but most certainly not whipping boys in Group D. They boast a blend of top talents and a gutsy attitude that can overcome differences in quality between teams.
They will head into every game like a cup final and could actually be England trickiest test if they roll up to Wembley with fire in the belly.
Czech Republic are dark horses to enjoy a decent run through the knockout stages as they boast several overlooked attacking stars.
They’re the favourites to win here, and on paper they should, but it would be folly to write off Scotland in any game at this tournament.
For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Euro 2020 fixtures on TV guide.