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Live Reporting

Andrew Southwick

All times stated are UK

  1. Scotland make six changes

    Scotland v Portugal (15:10)

    Scotland make six changes from Friday's 10-0 win over Cyprus.

    Rangers goalkeeper Jenna Fife wins her sixth cap, taking the gloves from Lee Alexander.

    It looks like it may be a switch to a back three, with full-backs Rachel McLauchlan and Nicola Docherty, and centre half Sophie Howard, all dropped. Emma Mitchell and Jen Beattie come into the side.

    In midfield, Sam Kerr wins just her second cap, and makes her first start for her country.

    Lizzie Arnot and Kirsty Hanson make way for wingers Lisa Evans and Claire Emslie.

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  2. LINE-UPS from Larnaca

    Scotland v Portugal (15:10)

    Here is the Scotland team for this afternoon's clash with Portugal.

    Fife, Mitchell, Corsie, Beattie, Kerr, Graham, Weir, Evans, Emslie, Thomas, Cuthbert.

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  3. Big game

    Scotland v Portugal (15:10)

    Scotland's qualification chances may be over, but don't let that fool you into thinking this is a mere glorified friendly.

    Firstly, this is the second game of interim boss Stuart McLaren's tenure, with his opening match a 10-0 win over Cyprus on Friday. He has been coy about pitching himself for the job permanently, but if he does indeed want to lead Scotland into the World Cup qualifying campaign, a positive result and performance today would be a fine audition.

    Secondly, Scotland have revenge on their minds, with the 1-0 defeat to Portugal in November pivotal in ending their chances of reaching next summer's finals in England.

    And finally, Portugal are assured of a play-off spot, but could still qualify automatically as one of the three best runners up. All they need to do is beat Scotland 8-0 and it's celebration time....

  4. Welcome

    Scotland v Portugal (15:10)

    Welcome to this afternoon's live coverage of Scotland against Portugal, the final game of the European Championship qualifiers.

    It may not feel like it, but Scotland are the home team today. However, due to travel restrictions, instead of Easter Road the game is being played at the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, Larnaca, Cyprus.