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Scotland National Teams

Scotland B Internationals

SCOTLAND B INTERNATIONALS

11 November, 1952
France 0, Scotland 0
Stade Municipale, Toulouse (19,000)
Scotland: Ledgerwood (Partick Thistle), Parker (Heart of Midlothian), Cunningham (Preston NE), Docherty (Preston NE), Davidson (Partick Thistle), Kelly (Blackpool), Buchanan (Clyde), Moir (Bolton Wanderers), Gardiner (East Fife), Gemmell (St Mirren), Ormond (Hibernian).

11 March, 1953
Scotland 2 (McMillan, Morrison),  England 2 (Holden,Grainger).
Easter Road, Edinburgh (25,000)
Scotland: Simpson (Newcastle Utd), Aird (Burnley), Hewie (Charlton Athletic), Docherty (Preston NE), Cowie (Dundee), Kelly (Blackpool), Henderson (Portsmouth), Moir (Bolton Wanderers), Bonthrone (East Fife), McMillan (Airdrieonians), Morrison (Preston NE).

3 March 1954
England 1 (Hooper),  Scotland 1 (Cumming).
Roker Park, Sunderland (21,048)
Scotland: Anderson (Leicester City), Haughney (Celtic), Aird (Burnley), Dudley (West Bromwich Albion), Paterson (Doncaster Rovers), Cumming (Heart of Midlothian), McDonald (Hibernian), Fernie (Celtic), Henderson (Portsmouth), Dick (West Ham United), Mochan (Celtic).

29 February 1956
Scotland 2 (McCulloch, Mulkerrin), England 2 (Taylor, Atyeo).
Dens Park, Dundee (11,500)
Scotland: Brown (Dundee), Kerr (Partick Thistle), Rae (Falkirk), Neilson (St Mirren), Malloy (Cardiff City), Glen (Aberdeen), Cullen (Luton Town), Yorston (Aberdeen), Mulkerrin (Hibernian), Turnbull (Hibernian), McCulloch (Airdrieonians).

6 February 1957
England 4 (Pilkington 1, Clough 11, Thompson 22, Hooper pen. 73),  Scotland 1 (Gardiner 71).
St Andrews, Birmingham (39,376)
Scotland: Simpson (Newcastle Utd), Kirk (Heart of Midlothian), Winton (Burnley), Aitken (Motherwell), Malloy (Cardiff City), Cumming (Heart of Midlothian), Scott (Rangers), Kelly (Raith Rovers), Gardiner (Motherwell), Wardhaugh (Heart of Midlothian), McCann (Burnley).

28 April 1987
Scotland 1 (McAllister 54),  France 1 (Ferer 21).
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen (7,500)
Scotland: Gunn (Norwich City), McKimmie (Aberdeen), McLeish (Aberdeen), Clarke (Chelsea), Robertson (Aberdeen), Simpson (Aberdeen), McAllister (Leicester City) (sub Ferguson (St Mirren) 65), Wilson (Leicester City), Nevin (Chelsea), Nicholas (Arsenal), McAvennie (West Ham Utd).

27 March, 1990
Scotland 0, Yugoslavia 0.
Fir Park, Motherwell (8,288)
Scotland: Gunn (Norwich City) (sub Money (St Mirren)), Clarke (Chelsea), Munro (Rangers), McPherson (Heart of Midlothian), Boyd (Motherwell), Whyte (Celtic), I Ferguson (Rangers) (sub W McKinlay (Dundee United) sub Nevin (Everton)), Grant (Celtic), Stephen (Nancy) (sub Gallacher (Coventry City), McAllister (Leicester City), Durie (Chelsea) (sub Robertson (Heart of Midlothian) 46).

24 April 1990
Scotland 1 (Stephen 67), East Germany 2 (Whyte og 22, Weidermann 46).
McDiarmid Park, Perth
Scotland: Gunn (Norwich City), Boyd (Motherwell), Munro (Rangers), McPherson (Heart of Midlothian), Hendry (Manchester City), Whyte (Celtic) (sub Nevin (Everton) 46), Black (Metz) (sub Stephen (Nancy) 65), Grant (Celtic), McClair (Manchester United), Connor (Aberdeen), Robertson (Heart of Midlothian) (sub Gallacher (Coventry City) 46).

2 February 1994
Wales 2 (Roberts, Pembridge pen.),  Scotland 1 (McCart).
Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
Scotland: Maxwell (Rangers) (sub Nelson (Partick Thistle) 46), Wright (Aberdeen), Millen (Kilmarnock), McCart (Motherwell), Robertson (Rangers), Telfer (Luton Town) (sub Gemmill (Nottingham Forest) 46), W McKinlay (Dundee United), Hutchison (Liverpool) (sub McSkimming (Kilmarnock)), McKinnon (Motherwell), Booth (Aberdeen) (sub Dailly (Dundee United)), Jess (Aberdeen).

21 February 1995
Scotland 3 (Tweed, Jackson, Wright),  Northern Ireland 0.
Easter Road, Edinburgh (5,067)
Scotland: Walker (Partick Thistle) (sub Woods (Motherwell) ), Martin (Motherwell), O’Neil (Celtic), Tweed (Hibernian), Wright (Aberdeen), Lambert (Motherwell) (sub Cameron (Raith Rovers) 46), Rae (Millwall) (sub Henry (Kilmarnock) ), McGinlay (Hibernian), McKinnon (Motherwell) (sub McCart (Motherwell) ), Jackson (Hibernian), Brown (Kilmarnock) (sub Dodds (Aberdeen) 46).

10 October 1995
Sweden 1 (Anderson),  Scotland 2 (Shearer, Brown).
Rasunda Stadium, Stockholm (1,232)
Scotland: Walker (Partick Thistle) (sub Gunn (Norwich City)), Martin (Motherwell), Tweed (Hibernian), Whyte (Middlesbrough), Telfer (Coventry City), Rae (Millwall) (sub Cameron (Raith Rovers)), Bernard (Aberdeen) (sub Lambert (Motherwell) 46), Gemmill (Nottingham Forest), McKinnon (Motherwell), Creaney (Manchester City) (sub Harper (Hibernian) 46), Shearer (Aberdeen) (sub Brown (Kilmarnock)).

23 April 1996
Denmark 3 (Larsen 44 & 68, Andersen 71),  Scotland 0.
Nykobing Falster Stadium, Nykobing Falster (3,796)
Scotland: Walker (Partick Thistle) (sub Watt (Aberdeen) 46), McNamara (Celtic), Martin (Motherwell), O’Neil (Celtic) (sub Robertson (Heart of Midlothian)), Whyte (Middlesbrough), Nevin (Tranmere Rovers), Lambert (Motherwell), Jess (Coventry City), Glass (Aberdeen) (sub Booth (Aberdeen) 46), Durie (Rangers) (sub Shearer (Aberdeen)), McGinlay (Bolton Wanderers) (sub Cameron (Heart of Midlothian) 46).
Referee: Jarmo Karhunen (Finland)

24 March 1998
Scotland 4 (McIntosh 41, Cleland 47, Wright 54, Cameron 55),  Wales 0.
Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld (5,989)
Scotland: Gould (Celtic) (sub Douglas (Dundee)), Cleland (Rangers), McKinlay (Celtic), Rae (Sunderland) (sub Johnston (Sunderland)), McIntosh (Stockport County), Ritchie (Heart of Midlothian), Cameron (Heart of Midlothian), Crawford (Hibernian) (sub Dodds (Aberdeen)), Wright (Kilmarnock) (sub Freedman (Crystal Palace)), Fulton (Heart of Midlothian) (sub Glass (Aberdeen)), McCann (Heart of Midlothian).

21 April 1998
Scotland 1 (Crawford 69),  Norway 2 (Aarsheim 33, Helstad 65)
Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh (7,845)
Scotland: Gould (Celtic) (sub Main (St Johnstone)), Cleland (Rangers), McKinlay (Celtic), Rae (Sunderland) (sub Reilly (Kilmarnock)), McIntosh (Stockport County), Ritchie (Heart of Midlothian), Crawford (Hibernian), Hopkin (Leeds United), Smith (Dunfermline) (sub McIntyre (Reading)), Wright (Kilmarnock) (sub Johnston (Sunderland)), McCann (Heart of Midlothian).

14 November 2006
Republic of Ireland 0, Scotland 0
Dalymount Park, Dublin (3,500)
Scotland: Gallacher (Norwich City) (sub M Brown (Inverness CT) 46), Whittaker (Hibernian), Smith (Rangers) (sub Adam (Rangers) 59), Broadfoot (St Mirren) (sub Greer (Kilmarnock) 54), Webster (Wigan Athletic, capt), Stewart (Hibernian), Naismith (Kilmarnock), S Brown (Hibernian) (sub Miller (Aberdeen) 54), Boyd (Rangers), Pearson (Celtic), Clark (Aberdeen) (sub McEveley (Blackburn Rovers) 59).

7 February 2007
Scotland 2 (Maloney 11, Gow 64), Finland 2 (Llola 3, Makela 82)
Rugby Park, Kilmarnock (3,702)
Scotland: Gallacher (Norwich City) (sub Langfield (Aberdeen) 46), Hutton (Rangers), McEveley (Derby County) (sub Barr (Falkirk) 61), S Brown (Hibernian) (sub Fowler (Kilmarnock) 68), Greer (Kilmarnock), Broadfoot (St Mirren), Clark (Aberdeen), Maloney (Aston Villa), Beattie (Celtic) (sub Mackie (Aberdeen) 68), Thomson (Rangers, capt) (sub Adam (Rangers) 61), Pearson (Derby County) (Gow (Falkirk) 61).

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