Date: 24th March 2016 at 12:50pm
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Tonight, in an international friendly fixture, the Czech Republic take on Scotland.

Earlier this week we reported on how, courtesy of injuries, Ross McCormack had been called up for the Scotland squad by Gordon Strachan.

Today the information we`re privy to, suggests that McCormack could get a start.

Further problems in the Scotland camp mean that for the fixture tonight Strachan has just two strikers to choose form, our very own Ross McCormack and the Carlton striker, who is currently on loan at Blackburn Rover, Tony Watt.

Watt, just 22-years-old, is uncapped at this level, hereby leading us to believe that Strachan, in his hour of need, will turn to McCormack to lead the Scottish forward line.

If so, it suddenly makes Thursday night a whole lot more interesting than having to watch Master Chef!

Hopefully, Ross can show some of the prolific goal-scoring form he`s been in this season in a Fulham side that are currently embroiled in a relegation battle.