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Scotland v Gibraltar March 27, 2015, 14:04 Scotland have a good opportunity to gain an advantage in Euro 2016 qualifying Group D when they welcome Gibraltar to Hampden Park in Glasgow on Sunday.

The Scots are currently third in a very tight group, level on seven points with Germany and Republic of Ireland and three points below group leaders Poland.The Scots have had a decent campaign so far, starting with a narrow 2-1 loss to Germany, followed by wins over Georgia and Ireland and a draw with the Poles.They currently occupy the play-off spot but a first or second-place finish in the standings will guarantee automatic qualification.Gibraltar are the whipping boys of the group, as they have lost all four games so far, conceding 21 goals without scoring.The small British Oversea Territory are now playing more for pride than any hope of qualification, and will hope to show some Spanish flair against the Scots and improve their miserable statistics.Scotland head coach Gordon Strachan has opted for experience in his squad selection, including new skipper Darren Fletcher, who has revived his career with West Brom. New faces include Bournemouth’s Matt Ritchie and Sheffield Wednesday striker Stevie May, who have one cap apiece.Gibraltar have no players who are likely to be recognized, as most play their football in the territory's domestic league. None of their players have accrued more than nine international caps while the entire squad have only three goals between them.