Scotland National Team
|1 September||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||Croatia||0–0||WCQG6||BBC Sport|
|5 September||Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussels (A)||Belgium||0–2||WCQG6||BBC Sport|
|6 October||Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)||Latvia||2–1||WCQG6||Dougie Freedman, David Weir||BBC Sport|
|27 March||Stade de France, Saint-Denis (A)||France||0–5||Friendly||BBC Sport|
|17 April||Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)||Nigeria||1–2||Friendly||Christian Dailly||BBC Sport|
|16 May||Asiad Main Stadium, Busan (A)||South Korea||1–4||Friendly||Scott Dobie||BBC Sport|
|20 May||Mongkok Stadium, Hong Kong (N)||South Africa||0–2||Friendly||BBC Sport|
- (H) = Home match
- (A) = Away match
- WCQG6 = World Cup Qualifying - Group 6
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