Scotland vs Republic of Ireland UEFA Nations League Match 24 September 2022.Watch Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time And Location

How to watch Scotland vs. Ireland on television and online

When Scotland plays the Republic of Ireland in the UEFA Nations League on Saturday at Hampden Park, they will be hoping to move one step closer to being promoted from League B. Following their 3-0 victory over Ukraine in their last match, the Tartan Army topped Group B1 and entered the race for promotion to the top flight.

But Steve Clarke’s team will be up against a team called Boys in Green who humiliated them 3-0 in their previous meeting in Dublin. In order to avoid relegation, Stephen Kenny’s team must win this match as well as their upcoming match against Armenia.

GOAL provides information on how to stream live online as well as how to watch the game on TV in the US and UK.

Date and time of the Scotland vs. Ireland game.

Scotland versus the Republic of Ireland
Date: September 24, 2022, on a Saturday
Time of kickoff: 12:15am IST, 2:45pm ET, and 7:45pm BST (Sep 25)

How to view Scotland vs. Ireland live on TV and online

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With fuboTV, fans in the United States (U.S.) can watch the game live and on demand (start with a free trial). The live sports streaming service is available on iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV as well as through a web browser. New users can join up for a free seven-day trial.

As well as Fox Soccer Plus, it will be televised there.

The game will be televised on Premier Sports 1 in the UK and streamed live on Premier Player HD.

Nations League games may only be viewed on the Sony Sports Network in India.


Scotland team and roster news

Andy Robertson, the team’s captain, will be absent due to injury; the Liverpool full-back is unable to play during this window. John McGinn will take over as captain.

Nathan Patterson, an Everton defender who was carried off the field against Ukraine, is out, and David Turnbull, a midfielder for Celtic, withdrew from the team due to an ankle injury. Patterson might be replaced, but it’s unclear how Clarke will rearrange his defense. Two candidates include Greg Taylor and Aaron Hickey.

After scoring two goals while playing off the bench against Ukraine, Lyndon Dykes, a striker, might have contributed enough to replace Che Adams in the starting lineup.

Gordon; Hickey, Hendry, McKenna, Tierney; McTominay, McGregor, McGinn, Christie, Armstrong; and Dykes might make up a Scotland starting XI.

squad and team news for Ireland

Despite the absence of Norwich City defender Andrew Omobamidele, Kenny has a complete roster to chose from that includes many of the same players who dominated Scotland in June. Gavin Bazunu of Southampton will start in net for Liverpool since Caoimhin Kelleher was deemed too injured to play.

The Ireland manager’s biggest problem is in defense, as crucial players Seamus Coleman and Shane Duffy struggle to get competitive minutes despite both having demonstrated their ability to step up for the national side. Returning to the team, Robbie Brady is set to play left wing back, where he has thrived for Preston North End at the club level.

Bazunu, Collins, Duffy, Egan, Doherty, Cullen, Molumby, Hendrick, Brady, Parrott, and Robinson make up a potential Ireland XI.

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