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Arsenal star Kieran Tierney ruled out of Scotland’s Euro 2020 opener vs Czech Republic


Arsenal defense maestro missing for Group D match because of a minor physical issue as West Ham pair start for guests.

Kieran Tierney has been controlled out of Scotland’s Euro 2020 Group D opener against Czech Republic at Hampden Park this evening.

The defense maestro isn’t named on the seat on account of a minor physical issue that Scotland expectation will clear up on schedule for Friday night’s outing to confront England at Wembley. Liam Cooper of Leeds will begin in Tierney’s put on the left of a back three.

Director Clarke said in his pre-match public interview yesterday that his crew had a physician’s approval, while Tierney participated in the open piece of their instructional meeting.

In any case, it turned out the 24-year-old had gotten an issue before in the week that they trusted would recuperate on schedule for their first competition match in quite a while.

Clarke has now said that they accept he will be good for the gathering against their neighbors in four days’ time.

Addressing BBC before the game, the chief said: “Kieran Tierney got a little niggle in preparing so not prepared for this one, ideally prepared for the following one.”

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The Blues midfielder Gilmour is on the hosts’ seat against a Czech side highlighting the West Ham United pair Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal.

United’s Scott McTominay and Aston Villa’s John McGinn start in midfield with the group captained by Liverpool wing back Robertson.

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