Steve Clarke has challenged his side to make the most of Andy Robertson’s deliveries into the box if Scotland are to have a chance of getting something against England on Friday.
The Tartan Army lost their opening game of Euro 2020 as they went down to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Czech Republic at Hampden Park, but the Liverpool defender caught the eye for his homeland as they made their first major finals appearance since 1998.
The Scotland captain created six chances against the Czechs with that total being the highest of any individual player in one match during the first round of fixtures at the European Championships.
Robertson has created 35 Premier League goals since joining Liverpool from Hull City in the summer of 2017.
And Clarke acknowledged how important the defender is to his side when speaking to reporters ahead of Scotland’s trip to Wembley.
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“Andy is always a key player for us, he's our captain for a reason,” he said. “The work we get down the left-hand side is good for the team.
“If Andy can create another six chances for us tomorrow night then hopefully we can stick one of them away.”