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Will Steve Clarke throw a Scotland curveball at Germany and how far can we REALLY go? Monday Jury

KEITH JACKSON : The ‘James Forrest at right wing back’ idea remains a personal favourite but looks more and more unlikely to actually be deployed, in the opener at least. Clarke’s starting XI will look like Friday night’s but with Che Adams in for Lawrence Shankland and Scott McTominay replacing Ryan Christie.

SCOTT McDERMOTT: I’ve got a hunch that he’ll do something different in the right-back position against the Germans. McCrorie and Ralston will have a part to play in the tournament but Clarke might shift Jack Hendry out there on Friday to tackle the likes of Leroy Sane and Florian Wirtz. That would give Scotland more solidity, with Porteous, Hanley and Tierney as the back three.

SCOTT BURNS: I am not sure there will be too much in the way of curveballs. I suspect that Steve will stick with the tried and trusted players and 3-5-2 that have got us this far. I suspect Lawrence Shankland will need to make an impact from the bench.

MICHAEL GANNON: There will be no need for curveballs. It will be the tried and trusted for Clarke with McTominay coming in, Anthony Ralston at right wing back and Che Adams up top. We need another display like that wild night against Spain at Hampden.

KEITH: Qualification for the knock-outs is the first goal and, even despite some setbacks along the road to Munich, it remains very much a possibility. If this side can catch a bit of luck from here on in a place in the last eight might even be achievable.

SCOTT McD: We have to be optimistic and believe we can get through the group stage. One win might do it and if we don’t take anything from the opening game, we should have enough about us to beat either Switzerland or Hungary - or both. If we can get to the last 16, it will have been a