Scotland vs Georgia Live: watch Gordon Strachan’s side look to pick up their first points of their Group D campaign at home to Georgia on Saturday evening. Scotland and Georgia fans can watch the big match live on TV or on the internet via live stream through a link provided below. The Scotland vs Georgia game is broadcast online on Saturday, October 11, 2014, at 17.00 p.m. After full time, a comprehensive online replay package of the Scotland vs Georgia clash, a video featuring all goals and highlights, will be available to watch here on demand. You can watch Scotland vs Georgia live via the stream linked below on all major handheld and laptop devices including smart-phones and tablets.
Coming off the back of an impressive showing during a 2-1 defeat in Dortmund against the World Champions, Germany, last month, the pressure is really on Gordon Strachan’s men to take all three points at home to Georgia on Saturday. Because for all the fight and spirit that the Scots showed in holding the Germans at 1-1 for much of their Group D opener, they ultimately came away from the Signal Iduna Park with no points. Georgia lost at home to Ireland on match-day one and need to win if they are to rescue any slim hopes of progression to the finals.
Scotland vs Georgia Live Stream
The Scotland vs Georgia could have a big say in how these two teams fare in the latter stage of the Group D qualifying pool. The game can be viewed live in the UK, the US, Australia, Canada on Sky Sports, a channel available with subscription to all Sky Digital, UPC Digital, and BT Television customers. For those of you unable to get the game on television, however, you can watch the game live via the high-quality, uninterrupted live stream here.
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Scotland Match Preview
Despite running Germany close last month, it will be second or third place in which the Scots finish Group D, likely battling with Poland and Ireland to do so. In this context a win at home to Georgia is an imperative, particularly given the fact that Martin O’Neill’s team opened their campaign with a win in Tbilisi last month.
Gordon Strachan has called up Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor to the Scotland squad that travels to Munich for the first time as well as Kevin McDonald of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Craig Gordon is expected to return to goal. Steven Naismith is also in the squad again as he has impressed in his start to the Premier League season with Everton, scoring four goals in seven games. Naismith could be partnered by the returning Steven Fletcher in attack who scored a brace for Sunderland against Stoke last weekend.
Scotland & Georgia Game Video of Goals and Highlights
Captain Scott Brown is likely to return to midfield after missing the Germany encounter, while Andy Robertson may come in for Steven Whittaker at left-back following his return from injury.
Georgia are without a win in 19 competitive away games since 2006, when they beat the Faroe Islands 6-0 in a European qualifier – this is a must win for the Scots if they are to hold any hope of progression to the Finals in France.
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