We can moan all we like, but the international break is still going to happen in November despite the disruption it’s caused this month.
I thought there was a chance that Callum McGregor would be rested this evening again, but how naive I was. He’ll be starting for Scotland against Czech Republic at Hampden and bismillah to him and the rest of Clarkey’s eleven. Oh, and Gregory Taylor is also in there.
Elsewhere, Shane Duffy captained Ireland to a 1-0 loss earlier against Finland, and Kris Ajer and Moi Elyounoussi miraculously shook off a worked virus to start tonight against Northern Ireland.
Norway's starting XI against Northern Ireland.— Football (@NORftbl) October 14, 2020
Two changes from the team which beat Romania.
Elabdellaoui, Strandberg, Ajer, Meling
Ødegaard, Berge, Normann, Elyounoussi
King, Haaland pic.twitter.com/gCZqYoHeM5
A bit like our brave boys in Afghanistan, let’s get these international Celts home asap after this to focus on another win over Rangers, which I’ll focus on tomorrow onwards.