Hungary
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Scotland
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Football

ByTheMinSPFL

GOOD EVENING FITBA FANS! Roddy Graham here for some more Scottish international action. Let's hope we do a bit better than Friday night. Away to Hungary is the task tonight. Team news coming right up. I've not even seen the Scottish lineup and there's 7 minutes until kick off...

Here's how Scotland line up. If ever there was a lineup which said "let's settle for a 0-0 lads", this is it.

And the Hungary side looks a little something like this. Already wishing The One Show was on BBC One Scotland instead of this. No goals, or 1-0 Hungary written all over it.

We're lined up in our new yellow away shirt. Just before kick off we'll observe a minute's silence for a former Hungarian FA member.

Alan McGregor in the Scottish goal tonight. He's wear grey, both on his chest and his barnet. He's not aged very well in the last few years. We are underway. There's no place I'd rather be...said no one...

Mrs Graham is currently watching a Joe Lycett video clip on her phone to my left. Far more engaging that watching Armstrong and McGinn knocking the ball around in these early stages. First shot of the night from Dzsudzsak - which is easily saved by McGregor. Think Ewan McGregor would have stopped that in fairness.

Lovrencsics hurtles down the right side and wins a corner for his troubles. Dzsudzsak whips it in and McGregor tips it out for another one. From the second, it's dealt with by Mulgrew. Think I read that Blackburn play on Thursday night, which will delight his side that he's starting again for his country...

7 minutes gone and it's been played at a real pedestrian pace. Which is funny because over on The One Show there'll be a piece about a pedestrian crossing that was opened 50 years ago today in Dagenham. Probably presented by Heather Small off of the M People.

Calum McGregor takes a free kick from the right side. Caught easily by Gulacsi without anyone near him. We were dreadful from set pieces on Friday night. Good to see the hard work is paying off Eck...

John McGinn takes a wallop on the nose from some fella in red. Thankfully it doesn't end in a Hungary chance, never mind a goal. Oh, and Mr McGinn is fine too.