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Euro 2020: Robertson leads the Scotland squad against the Czech Republic

Scotland coach Steve Clarke revealed the official line-up for the third match against the Czech Republic, scheduled for Monday afternoon, in the first round of Group C of the European Nations Cup "Euro 2020", at Hampden Park.

Andy Robertson, the defender of the Liverpool team, is in the official squad for the Scotland national team, participating in the leadership against the Czech Republic.

Scotland line-up is as follows:

Goalkeeper: David Marshall

Defenders: Jack Hendry, Grant Hanley, Liam Cooper

Midfield: Stephen O'Donnell, Scott McTominay, Stuart Armstrong, John McGinn, Andrew Robertson

Forwards: Lyndon Dykes, Ryan Christie

While Czech coach Jaroslav Shilhavy enters the Scotland match with a formation consisting of:

Goalkeeper: Tomas Vatslik

Defenders: Vladimir Koval, Andrei Shilotska, Thomas Kallas, Jan Borrell

Midfield: Lukas Masopust, Tomas Sosik, Vladimir Darrida, Alex Krall, Jacob Juncto

Attack: Patrick Shechk

Scotland will participate in the Euro finals for the third time after the 1992 and 1996 editions, and both times it failed to get past the group stage of the tournament.

The Scottish national team returns to participate in the finals for the first time since the 1996 edition and for the third time in its history.

The Scottish team fell in the ninth group of qualifying for the tournament with the teams of Belgium, Russia, Cyprus, Kazakhstan and San Marino, and came third in the group at the end with 15 points, and qualified after participating in the play-off, during which it beat Israel and Serbia.

The Scottish team achieved 5 victories, 5 losses, and did not draw in any match, and scored 16 goals and conceded 19 goals.

Andy Robertson is the captain of the Scotland national team, inspiring the players to achieve a historic achievement during the Euro competitions, after he led the left front in the Liverpool team during the last three seasons.

The Czech national team qualified for the European Nations for the tenth time in its history and the seventh in a row, and succeeded in winning the title once in 1976, and finished runner-up once and came third twice.