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Scotland Ukraine Nations League, the expectations of the Scottish

Scotland will face a Nations League doubleheader against Ukraine either side of a home game against the Republic of Ireland at Hampden Park; Ukraine leads the group by one point ahead of Scotland; Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie has been drafted into the squad.

Steve Clarke expects Scotland to improve against Ukraine in the Nations League on Wednesday night, three months after the same opponents ended his side's World Cup hopes. A 3-1 defeat in the semi-final play-off against the Republic of Ireland in the Nations League.

But two comfortable wins over Armenia and results in other matches left Scotland with plenty to play for in another tumultuous season. Scotland manager Steve Clarke is hoping his side can show what they can do against Ukraine in the Nations League on Wednesday night. Clarke is also confident his players will do a better job against Ukraine this time in front of a sell-out crowd at Hampden Park. "I think Scotland fans will now know that Ukraine is a good team," he said.

"I'm sure they'll play at the same level, but what I expect from our team is that we'll get back to the level we can be - then we'll see what happens." come out of it. Tierney, Fraser returns to Scotland; Hanley, Brown, McLaughlin out

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"I think they know what to expect this summer, we haven't reached our level yet. Hopefully this time we will.

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