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Hungary 0 Scotland U21s 0 LIVE score and goal updates from Euro 2025 qualifier

The Tartan Army are still coming down off the high of EURO 2024 party, but it's now up to the young guns to make their mark.

And Scot Gemmill's side have just the same ambitions as that of Steve Clarke's men, with qualification for the Under-21 tournament in Slovakia in 2025 up for grabs. The young Scots are in a strong position in their group after winning three straight matches including seeing off Belgium in a solid 2-0 victory last week.

After four games Gemmill's side sit second in Group B on nine points, three off of leaders Spain and the young Scots have managed three wins in the campaign and only tasted defeat once but do not have their problems to seek with injuries despite top stars in Ben Doak and Leon King being available.

The likes of Max Johnston, Liam Morrison and Matthew Anderson won't be fit for the Budapest battle, but the Scots will be hoping they can keep their campaign on track.

Follow the key moments LIVE with us below!

And the game gets underway in Budapest.

And it might not be as loud as the other night at Hampden but there's a nice rendition of the national anthem played.

The Hidegkuti Nandor Stadium in the Hungarian capital is filling up nicely ahead of this one.

Not long now until kick off for the young Scots who emerge from the tunnel.

And what of our senior side and the pots they could face at next year's tournament?

Scotland Euro 2024 draw heaven and hell with threat lurking in every pot for Steve Clarke's heroes

There's some notable absentees for the Scots tonight.

Max Johnston, Liam Morrison and Matthew Anderson won't be fit for the Budapest battle but Scotland are boosted by the return of Ryan Duncan while Cole McKinnon and Robbie Fraser join up the group.

It's looking good for Scot