I'm thinking i'll probably play them both: Fletch is injured just now...i'm mostly gonna base that kinda thing on form; especially with the strikers, cause a fair few play at a high level
Scotland Stun Wales!http://i2.dailyrecord.co.uk/incoming/article1263693.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/AP-DO-NOT-USE-The-Tartan-Army-celebrate-a-new-hero-as-Jordan-Rhodes-runs-towards-them-after-scoring-on-his-debut-1263693.jpg
Scotland travelled to Wales today in Miller's first qualifying match. Many fans were pessimistic about the side's chances, given the presence of Garth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in the Wales side.
Scotland stunned the Millenium Stadium into silence after 10 minutes, when Steven Fletcher rounded the keeper and tapped in from 5 yards. Scotland didn't rest on their laurels, and were 2-0 up inside 15 minutes, when Fletcher scored a sweet volley from a Jordan Rhodes cross.
The Welsh looked shell-shocked, and the fans all round the stadium were desperate for their side to pick themselves up and fight back, but the teams went in with Scotland 2-0 up, and looking good for their lead.
The second half was uneventful, and 25-year old Ickechi Anya made his international debut, coming on for the final 10 minutes.
The result keeps Scotland's slim qualification hopes alive, as they face Croatia in the second game of this international double-header.
Match FactsWales 0-2 Scotland
Steven Fletcher (10, 15)
Steven Fletcher (8.8)
Debuts: Ikechi Anya (Watford)