Leeds United captain Liam Cooper starts Euros opener as Scotland lose Kieran Tierney to injury
LEEDS United captain Liam Cooper starts Scotland's Euro 2020 opener against the Czech Republic at Hampden Park on Monday afternoon (kick-off 2pm).
Boss Steve Clarke has made four changes to the side that signed off for the Euros with victory against Luxembourg and Cooper has been brought into a team that is missing Arsenal star defender Kieran Tierney due to a knock.
Cooper, Jack Hendry, Stuart Armstrong and Ryan Christie come into the XI as Tierney, Callum McGregor, Che Adams and Declan Gallagher drop out.
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Thank you Laura Collins