Scotland v Brazil: Fans invited to join the debate online
Sunday’s game will be screened on the STV Channel and online alongside stv.tv/sport’s popular interactive chat.
When Scotland face Brazil this Sunday fans will be able to choose whether to watch the game live on the STV Channel or join the interactive debate online at stv.tv/sport.
According to a recent ScotPulse poll, 42% of respondents were confident in the national side’s ability to at least achieve a draw this Sunday, March 27, when Scotland take on the mighty Brazil at The Emirates Stadium in London.
Although the game is only a friendly, the Scottish squad are training hard in Spain, with Brazil the toughest competition they’ve faced in recent years.
On match day itself, Friday Night Football presenter Gerry McCulloch will be joined at the Emirates Stadium by former Scotland manager Alex McLeish for an in-depth analysis of the day’s football. Coverage starts at 1.30pm for a 2pm kick off.
Match commentary will be provided by ESPN’s Derek Rae, with analysis from former Scotland striker Kevin Gallagher.
The programme will also feature an interview with Brazil and Barcelona star Dani Alves.
If you can’t get to a TV, the game will also be streamed live online at stv.tv/sport alongside the site’s popular interactive chat facility. There fans will be able to ask questions of STV’s online sport journalists and have their say on the game as it happens.
Can’t wait until Saturday? The Friday Night Football programme will also be previewing the game as well as showing the Dani Alves interview with additional video content available online, this Friday at 10.30pm.