Niall McGinn wants a strong Northern Ireland display in their final game before Euro 2016.
Dons winger Jonny Hayes admits he was always half expecting to miss out on this summer's Euro finals.
Dons striker Niall McGinn is continuing his quest for Euro 2016 glory after being called-up to Northern Ireland's next warm-up match.
Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes could yet gatecrash the Euro 2016 finals having earned a debut Republic of Ireland cap in the 1-0 friendly win over Switzerland.
Aberdeen striker Simon Church has revealed he is desperate to line up against England at Euro 2016.
Loan striker Simon Church has signed on at Pittodrie in a bid to keep alive his dream of starring for Wales at this summer's Euro 2016 finals.
DEREK McInnes today challenged Niall McGinn to continue shining for the Dons to realise his Euro finals dream.
STRIKER Steven Fletcher today called for Gordon Strachan to sign a new deal as Scotland boss ... despite failing to qualify for the Euros.
SCOTLAND boss Gordon Strachan today refused to confirm if he will lead the nation in their World Cup 2018 qualification bid.
Evening Express photographer Darrell Benns is at Hampden Park to bring you all the action as Scotland take on Germany. Here’s a selection of his favourite pictures from the game.
SCOTLAND earned a crucial point in their Euro 2016 qualifier with Ireland. Shaun Maloney’s deflected strike cancelled out Jonathan Walters’ controversial opener at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The draw puts the Dark Blues on 11 points, two ahead of the fourth-placed Irish.
SCOTLAND drew with Ireland in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Dublin. Aberdeen-raised Shaun Maloney salvaged a point for the Dark Blues, to cancel out Jonathan Walters’ first-half strike. Pictures by SNS.
ABERDEEN-RAISED Shaun Maloney was the hero for Scotland YET AGAIN.
SCOTLAND take on Ireland in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifier. Gordon Strachan’s side are at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin for the Group D clash. Follow all the action on the feed below.
PADDY Power are welcoming the Tartan Army with cheeky banners across Dublin.
SCOTLAND and Ireland go head-to-head in Dublin on Saturday with three priceless Euro 2016 qualifying points up for grabs.
Northern Ireland drafted in a famous face for today’s training at Windsor Park, with Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody joining the squad for a session.
SCOTTISH referees have been selected for two Euro 2016 qualifiers this weekend.
DONS striker Adam Rooney has been called up to the Ireland squad for the first time.