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Predicted Scotland XI amid Che Adams injury fear as 'scandalous' issue pinpointed before Hungary blockbuster

It's tournament D-day for Scotland - and history is within touching distance for Steve Clarke and his boys at Euro 2024.

A win over Hungary will all-but secure a spot in the last 16 - and secure a spot in the knockout stage of a tournament for the first time by the Scottish national side. But Marco Rossi's side have shown they are no pushovers by finishing top of their qualifying group before arriving in Germany - and pushing the hosts all the way on matchday two before their 2-0 defeat.

Despite Hungary sitting on zero points, Clarke will know his players must be at their best to earn all three points. But, they will once again not be at full strength with injury woes mounting. Kieran Tierney is back at Arsenal after a hamstring injury - which could signal a change of shape to a back four. But, that doesn't appear to be the end of the issues.

Speaking on the Scotland HQ show before the final group stage game, Bryan Gunn - dad of No. 1 Angus - hinted that Che Adams will miss out with Lawrence Shankland drafted in to lead the line. Speaking about his predicted starting line-up, he said: "I think much the same. There's rumours Che Adams might not be fit but that is rumours. Shankland might start up front. So we'll have to see on that one."

A knock for the Southampton man would be the latest blow for Clarke - with Aaron Hickey, Nathan Patterson, Lewis Ferguson, Ben Doak and Lyndon Dykes all pulling out of the original squad, and Kieran Tierney sent home. Scotland hero Kenny Dalglish has pointed the finger of blame for the injury woes at football's governing body.

In a prophetic column for the Sunday Post, he appeared to guess that Adams could be hampered by injury going into the final fixture. The Scotland icon wrote: "I