|Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow Date: Sunday, 19 November Kick-off: 19:45 GMT|
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Scotland head coach Steve Clarke admits “mixed feelings” over the absence of Norway striker Erling Haaland for Sunday’s Euro 2024 qualifier.
The Manchester City forward, 23, picked up an injury in Thursday’s friendly win against Faroe Islands.
Scotland and Spain have qualified for next summer’s finals in Germany and cannot be caught by third-place Norway.
“For the crowd, it would have been great to see a player of Haaland’s standard,” Clarke said.
“It would have been good for the defenders to test themselves against a top striker, but unfortunately he’s not fit.
“If it was a game that really meant something I’d probably be sitting here saying, ‘yeah, delighted he’s not playing’. But for the game tomorrow, it would be better I think if he played.”
The Norwegian Football Federation says Haaland’s ankle injury is “not serious” but that the game comes “a little too early” for him.