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Scott Brown has recovered from the knee injury he picked up playing for Celtic on Saturday and is ready to lead Scotland against Georgia.

Scott Brown vows to lift the country's morale - by leading Scotland to Georgia win and Euro 2016 finals

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan excited ahead of Georgia clash

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan excited ahead of Georgia clash

Ryan Hardie in training with Kenny Miller at Murray Park

Raith ask for SFA clarification after Hardie recall ahead of Rangers clash

SHEER FOCUS: Mark Warburton insists the football is all that matters to him despite fresh firestorms brewing

Rangers boss Mark Warburton insists courtroom dramas will not derail Championship bid

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan and his assistant Mark McGhee after arriving in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Gordon Strachan and his Scotland players feeling the heat as Euro 2016 qualifier with Georgia edges closer

Scotland's James McFadden is fouled in the box by Zurab Khizanishvili in Tbilisi in October 2007 only to see the referee refuse a penalty.

McFadden urges Scots not to leave Georgia with regrets this time

ZAGREB, CROATIA - JULY 28: Jozo Simunovic of FC Dinamo Zagreb in action during the UEFA Champions League Third Qualifying Round 1st Leg match between FC Dinamo Zagreb and FC Molde at Maksimir stadium in Zagreb, Croatia on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. (Photo by

Jozo Simunovic will fill hole left by Virgil van Dijk at Celtic, says Tosh McKinlay

John McGinn says he has his eyes on the Under-21 captaincy. Picture: SNS

Spoon-fed McGinn admits he's ready to do some growing up

Russell Martin, left, Scott Brown, centre, and Gordon Strachan, right, at Scotland training this week.

Scotland captain Scott Brown set to play it cool against Georgia as Euro 2016 campaign intensifies

Anthony Stokes didn't make a deadline day move away from Celtic

On the move and in the news: Michu, Stokes, a Dutch delight, Wanyama and former Aberdeen stopper

Georgia's Zurab Khizanishvili.

Georgia set to bring in new keeper for Euro 2016 meeting with Scotland in Tbilisi

Treble trouble: Barrie McKay, Kenny Miller and Martyn Waghorn are causing headaches for defences in the Scottish Championship.

Three is a magic number for Warburton as Rangers' attacking trio cause mayhem

David de Gea was at the centre of speculation all summer but his dream move to Spain fell through

Juan Mata backs David de Gea to keep cool at Manchester United after move collapse

New Hibs signing Jamie Insall

Hibs sign striker Insall

Steven Naismith helps to promote the Scotland sponsorship deal with Tennent's earlier this week.

Russell Martin backs Steven Naismith to be main man for Scotland despite deadline day disappointment

Andy Robertson

Andy Robertson eyeing Scotland qualification for France finals

Jaison McGrath, formerly of Hamilton, has signed for St Mirren

St Mirren sign striker McGrath

Russell Martin leads the Scotland squad in to Glasgow Airport yesterday ahead of their flight to Georgia.

Russell Martin cancels his summer holidays as Scotland edge closer to Euro 2016 finals spot

All smiles: Partick Thistle new-boy Mustapha Dumbuya has escaped a troubled youth to fulfil his dream of becoming a professional footballer.

Thistle new-boy Dumbuya escaped war-torn Sierra Leone to live out his dream of professional football

Charlie Mulgrew and his Celtic and Scotland team mate James Forrest arrive at Glasgow Airport yesterday ahead of their flight to Georgia.

No bad blood for Gordon Strachan as Charlie Mulgrew pushes for Scotland start against Euro 2016 rivals Georgia

Stephen McManus looks ahead to Motherwell's forthcoming Testimonial match for Keith Lasley, which will see them take on Bolton.

McManus issues vote of confidence as Scots return to Tbilisi

Rangers' Andy Murdoch (right) and team-mate Robbie Crawford have gone out on-loan.

Alloa and Cowdenbeath bosses delighted to welcome Rangers loan-stars

Hibernian unveil Islam Feruz after he signed a season-long loan deal

I won't let you down, Islam Feruz tells Alan Stubbs after joining Hibs

Support: David Marshall returns to his former school St Thomas' Primary to support the Tesco Bank Football Challenge

Marshall: My pal Maloney can fire us to Euro 2016 now he's cut out the commute

01/09/15     .  CELTIC PARK - GLASGOW  .  Delight for Ryan Christie as he is unveiled as Celtic's newest signing.. (37232037)

Christie hoping to get one over his old man at Celtic

James Morrison in action for West Bromwich Albion, mixing it with Nemanja Matic of Chelsea during the recent 3-2 Barclays Premier League defeat at the Hawthorns. Picture: Getty

Morrison eyes Georgian goal to cement his status as Scotland's star signing

Glory Days: Sutton can't wait to play for the Celtic fans again

Sutton can't wait to play for the Celtic fans again

Willie Collum has now had a number of high profile red cards rescinded

Collum left red faced again as SFA overturn Paterson decision

Derek Lyle (centre) is controversially dismissed against Rangers

Queens cash in on bank holiday with Lyle

Gareth Bale celebrates his winning goal in Nicosia

Cyprus 0 Wales 1: Gareth Bale takes principality to brink of Euro finals

Aberdeen legend Willie Miller

Miller: Coming weeks will shape Dons' destiny in Celtic title battle

Tom Boyd (right) in his playing days with Celtic.

Boyd: Celtic are a feeder club to Southampton, but philosophy is the right one

Non-mover: David De Gea's move to Real Madrid has collapsed

Live Live: Transfer Deadline Day

Ryan Christie

Celtic sign Ryan Christie with midfielder to return to Inverness on loan

Shaun Maloney in action that fateful night in Tbilisi in October 2007.

Maloney has Georgia on his mind as Scotland go back to the future

Croatian centre-half Jozo Simunovic is on the brink of agreeing terms with Celtic

Celtic set to strengthen with signings of Ryan Christie and Jozo Simunovic before window closes

Gordon Greer in Scotland training this week.

Gordon Greer hoping to be Brighton rock for Scotland in Euro 2016 qualifier with Georgia

Due South: Virgil Van Dijk will sign a four year deal at Southampton (Picture: SNS)

On the move and in the news: Virgil Van Dijk, Victor Wanyama and the other transfer tales

Dedryck Boyata in action for Celtic. (37381081)

Celtic move puts Boyata back in frame with Belgium

SAFE BET: Kris Boyd reckons the SFA must put their faith in Gordon Strachan with the offer of a new contract

Kris Boyd: SFA would be "crazy" not to sort out a new contract for Gordon Strachan right now

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - JANUARY 12: FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men's Football nominee Joachim Loew, head coach of the German national football team, attends a press conference prior to the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala 2014 at the Kongresshaus on January 12,

Brazil triumph still burns strong for Loew as he anticipates fiery encounters

Van Dijk is unveiled as a Southampton player. Picture: Southampton FC

Van Dijk: Celtic did everything to keep me

Martin O'Neill looking for helping hand from Georgia

O'Neill hoping for Georgia win over Scots but not "worrying himself into oblivion"

Scotland's referees, such as Willie Collum, have the support of Stewart Regan, the SFA chief executive. Picture: SNS

Regan: Managers should lay off Scotland's referees

aRangers' Gedion Zelalem applauds the fan (37087224)

USA coach backs Rangers to make Gedion Zelalem a star-spangled success

01/09/15     .  GARSCUBE - GLASGOW .  All smiles from Robbie Muirhead after signing a three-month loan deal with Partick Thistle. (37160164)

At a glance: Scottish transfer deadline day round up

Scotland Women's head coach Anna Signeul announces her squad for her side's forthcoming matches against Norway and Slovenia (37166891)

Norway first up as Signeul announces squad for Euro 2017 opener

17 year old keeper Giorgi Makaridze makes his debut for Georgia as they beat Scotland in Tbilisi (37088835)

Former Georgia manager tips keeper Giorgi Makaridze to haunt Scotland again

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - JANUARY 12: Joachim Low poses during the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala 2014 at the Kongresshaus on January 12, 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland..PHOTOGRAPH BY Imago / Barcroft Media..UK Office, London..T +44 845 370 2233.W www.barcroftmedia.com..

Germany manager Joachim Low vows to deliver victory against Scotland and Poland

'Trust' was central to Gordon Strachan's popularity as Celtic manager, according to Stephen McManus

Stephen McManus tells Graham Spiers that Strachan is 'best-ever' boss


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