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“Home team looks to continue unbeaten streak – Everything you need to know about UK kick-off, team updates, and how to follow the game”

Scotland takes on European powerhouse Spain in their quest to qualify for Euro 2024. The Tartan Army had an impressive start to the campaign with a 3-0 victory over Cyprus – their first winning start to a Euro qualifying campaign since 2006. However, they face a formidable challenge in the form of Spain, who also won their opening fixture by the same scoreline. The two-time European champions have not lost a qualifying game for the continental finals since 2014. 
The Group A encounter between Scotland and Spain will take place on Tuesday, March 28 at Hampden Park, Glasgow. The match will be broadcast live on Viaplay Sports with kick off set for 7:45pm. Fans can subscribe to Viaplay for £14.99 per month and can watch the game on their TV or website. 
Scott McTominay’s late brace secured a hard-fought win for Scotland over Cyprus, but midfielder John McGinn was quick to admit that they need to improve their game to qualify for the Euros. Having walked away with a win in their previous game, Scotland is on an impressive four-game winning run on home soil. However, Che Adams and Anthony Ralston will miss out due to injury, while Lawrence Shankland has been called up to the squad. 
Spain has named an experienced squad, including Alvaro Morata and Gerard Moreno in their lineup, while Scotland will rely on the likes of Andrew Robertson, Kieran Tierney, and Scott McTominay to lead them to victory. 
Saturday, April 1, promises to be an action-packed day on talkSPORT with a top Premier League clash between Man City and Liverpool followed by Crystal Palace vs Leicester. The build-up then begins for the highly-anticipated Anthony Joshua vs Jermaine Franklin fight. Tune in to talkSPORT via their free online streaming service, DAB digital radio, or download the talkSPORT app to catch all the action live.

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