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Euro 2020: Steve Clarke reveals Kieran Tierney picked up a knock in training 


Steve Clarke reveals Kieran Tierney picked up a knock in training, forcing the Arsenal defender to sit out Scotland’s Euro 2020 opener against the Czech Republic… but is hopeful the left back will be fit for England showdown at Wembley











Scotland boss Steve Clarke says Kieran Tierney picked up a ‘niggle’ in training which caused him to be left out of the squad to face the Czech Republic. 

The defender is a big miss for Clarke’s side but the manager is hopeful he will be fit enough to face England at Wembley on Friday.

‘Kieran picked up a niggle in training this week,’ Clarke told the BBC. Hopefully ready for the next one.’

Kieran Tierney has been forced to sit out Scotland's Euro 2020 opener with the Czech Republic

Kieran Tierney has been forced to sit out Scotland’s Euro 2020 opener with the Czech Republic



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