What channel is Scotland vs Armenia Nations League on

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Steve Clarke’s side are looking to put the disappointment of their FIFA World Cup play-off defeat by Ukraine behind them with their final game at Hampden Park.

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However, now they have a chance to rectify some of the flaws in that performance by starting the group stage perfectly with a win over 92nd in the world rankings.

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Here’s all the information you need to watch the game live on UK TV or online and if there are still tickets left for Hampden Park:

When will Scotland play Armenia? Date, kick-off time and location

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Scotland meet Armenia in the first game of the 2022/23 UEFA Nations League on Wednesday 8 June 2022.

The game will be played at Glasgow’s Hampden Park and is scheduled to kick off at 19:45 (BST).

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What channel is Scotland vs Armenia on?

Scotland v Armenia will be broadcast live on Premier Sports.

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The channel was granted the rights to show all of Scotland’s 2022/23 UEFA Nations League matches, as well as Wales and Northern Ireland matches in the UK.

Set-up for the game begins at 19:00 BST on Premier Sports 1 (Sky 451 or Virgin 551).

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Scotland vs Armenia live stream

The game can be streamed live via Premier Sports Player.

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Premier Sports Player can be accessed online or on mobile via the app, which is available to download from all major app stores.

Here’s how you see Scotland vs Armenia

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Customers who just want to watch Scotland v Armenia on Wednesday can pay £9.99 which will give them a month’s coverage of the channel via Premier Sports Player.

Sky customers must pay £14.99 for a one month rolling subscription to access the channel through their Sky box, or they can subscribe for 12 months for £99.

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Tickets Scotland v Armenia

The cheapest remaining adult tickets are between £25 and £30, senior tickets are between £10 and £15 and children under 16 can enter for £5 to £15.

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The choice of tickets remaining is limited as the North Stand at Hampden Park has sold out whilst a small number of slips remain in the East and West Stands behind the gates.

The availability in the lower part of the south stand is also almost sold out, while the tickets in the upper part of the south stand are still available.

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Odds for the game Scotland vs Armenia

Scotland are the big favorites to win on Wednesday, starting 1/3.

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Armenia have 8/1 to claim the win while the tie is rated 18/5.

Southampton striker Che Adams is the favorite to score the first goal on 7/2, while Aston Villa’s John McGinn, the team’s top scorer under Steve Clarke, is 9/2.

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*All odds correct at time of publication.

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