Norway and Scotland will meet at the Ullevaal Stadion this Saturday with the Scots looking to stay top of Group A after a sensational start to the Euro 2024 qualifiers just as Norway sit down in fourth.
Scotland managed to stun Spain 2-0 at Hampden Park in their recent game that saw Scott McTominay bag a brace with a goal in either half. It was one of the best results of the century for Scotland, and after also beating Cyprus 3-0, they now sit top of the table - McTominay also bagged two goals in that game.
The biggest news coming into this game is that Erling Haaland likely misses out for Norway after scoring 52 times in 53 games during Manchester City's treble triumph. The potential Ballon d'Or winner played 90 minutes just last Saturday in the Champions League final against Inter Milan and although he is with the squad, he is unlikely to start.
Manager Ståle Solbakken may have no choice but to start Haaland, however, after failing to win their first two games in Group A. Norway first lost 3-0 away to Spain in a comfortable victory for the 2012 Euro winners, as Solbakken's side went on to draw 1-1 with Georgia after Alexander Sortloth's first half goals was cancelled out by a second-half equaliser.
Norway have now not won a game since defeating Sweden on matchday four of the Nations League after also losing to Slovenia and Serbia in their final two games of the Nations League.
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