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Who will win Scotland vs Hungary? Our writers make their predictions for do or die Euro 2024 clash

Ex Scotland boss Tommy Docherty was as famous for his razor sharp wit as his illustrious football career and one of his quips that stuck was how his home nation returned from major tournaments before the postcards.

International mail might take a few extra days to reach the UK and what isn't up for debate is that Scotland have always had an early exit on the big stage. The national team has competed at eleven major international tournaments and never managed to get past the group stage. But that could all be about to change on Sunday night as Steve Clarke's side have a shot at history against Hungary in their final Euro 2024 Group A game.

Following a 5-1 thumping at the hands of hosts Germany in the opening game, Scotland bounced back to earn a draw against Switzerland in Cologne thanks to Scott McTominay's goal. That has set it all up for a mouthwatering final fixture against the Magyars who have suffered two defeats in their opening two games. The Tartan Army have followed the team in brilliant numbers and a win would see many of them extend their journey of a lifetime. Can Clarke's men do the business and end 70 years of failing to reach the knockout stage. The Record Sport writers have their say.

Beat Hungary to reach the last 16 od a major tournament? The whole country would have gladly signed for that six months ago. So let’s keep the faith one last time. Steve Clarke knows what he’s doing.

Scotland 2-1 Hungary

There’s a horrible fear Scotland will draw and then be forced to endure a few days of torture waiting to discover if two points are actually enough to sneak into the last 16. Hungary are a decent side who paid the price for a poor hour against the Swiss while Steve Clarke has been ravaged by injuries.