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Norway vs Scotland live stream: How to watch Euro 2024 qualifier online

By Ben Green

When is Norway vs Scotland? Live streaming, TV channel info, kick-off time & referee

Published: 9:05, 17 June 2023

Scotland will look to maintain their perfect start to the qualifiers for Euro 2024 when they travel to Norway this weekend.

Steve Clarke’s men sit atop the infant Group A table after winning their opening two games, including that utterly ridiculous 2-0 triumph over Spain. Norway, by contrast, have made a nervous and somewhat inauspicious start to their qualifying campaign, losing emphatically to Spain and unconvincingly drawing with Georgia.

When is Norway v Scotland?

Norway vs Scotland takes place on Saturday, 17 June at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo.

What is the kick-off time for Norway v Scotland?

Norway vs Scotland will kick-off at 5pm (UK time).

How to live stream Norway v Scotland online:

DAZN are live streaming Norway vs Scotland for account holders in Canada and Japan.

Where to watch Norway v Scotland on TV:

  • UK: Viaplay Sports 1
  • US: Fox Sports 1

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Who is refereeing Norway vs Scotland?

Slovenian Matej Jug will take charge of  Norway vs Scotland. He dished out six yellow cards in his previous international match as Portugal beat the Czechs 2-0 in the Nations League.

Norway team news

Stale Solbakken has, of course, included Erling Haaland in his squad and he enters the international break fresh from winning the Treble with Man City. Sander Berge also comes into this latest round of internationals after securing Premier League promotion with Sheffield United, while the usual suspects of Mohamed Elyounoussi, Kristoffer Ajer and Martin Odegaard, who could earn his 50th international cap are also representing their nation this month.

Odegaard comes off the back of a superb campaign having equalled Cesc Fabregas’ record for the most goals scored by a midfielder in a Premier League season by an Arsenal midfielder and that hasn’t gone unnoticed by other clubs. The Norwegian has recently been linked to PSG, but he insists that he is happy in North London.

I have a few years left on the contract, I’m fine and I hope to be at the club for a long time to come.” 

“I have not spoken to them (about a new contract), that is not my task. To be honest, I don’t know how the situation is right now. It’s not me who controls it. Now I’m focusing on the national team, so I may take it after the summer if they want to do something.”

He joins up once more with Erling Haaland, who has just won the treble with Man City, and he admits he’s still not quite over the Gunners being tipped to the title.

“I’ve tried not to see so much of that stuff there, because it still stings. I try not to think too much about it. Even though we delivered a very good season for a long time, I am left with a sour feeling.”

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Scotland team news

Anthony Ralston is out through injury, but the likes of Scott McTominay, Kieran Tierney, Andy Robertson, John McGinn and Billy Gilmour are all included. Clarke has named a couple of uncapped outfielders, with Blackburn’s Dominic Hyam and Bristol City’s Ross McCrorie both receiving call-ups.

Lyndon Dykes is expected to lead the line once more.

Scoreline prediction: Norway 2-2 Scotland

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