Steve Clarke has picked the final Scotland XI of their Euro 2020 qualifiers - and Declan Gallagher has kept his place at the heart of defence.

Scotland face Kazakhstan this evening in their swansong of Group I.

The country have failed to qualify for the major tournament through the group stages but do still have the Nations League to fall back on.

That's why, Clarke says, it's imperative that his side put on a show and earn three points to take confidence into their next games - and give their head coach a decision to make in terms of who plays the big ones in March.

Rangers' Ryan Jack keeps his place from the 2-1 win over Cyprus at the weekend while captain Steven Naismith leads the line.

Scotland XI to face Kazakhstan: David Marshall, Liam Palmer, Greg Taylor, Ryan Jack, Declan Gallagher, Scott McKenna, James Forrest, John McGinn, Steven Naismith, Callum McGregor, Ryan Christie.

Subs: Jon McLaughlin, Craig MacGillivray, Graeme Shinnie, John Fleck, Mikey Devlin, Lewis Morgan, Oli Burke, Stuart Armstrong, Eamonn Brophy, Oli McBurnie, Stephen O'Donnell, Ryan Porteous.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm at Hampden Park.