Not long to go until Euro 2020 - find out how Arsenal's international players are faring ahead of the tournament.
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Kieran Tierney played the whole 90 minutes during Scotland's 1-0 win over Luxembourg, as the team kept a clean sheet. Southampton striker Che Adams scored the game's only goal. However the left back was ruled out of Scotland's opener against the Czech Republic with a calf strain.
In their first tournament match in 23 years Scotland's hopes were dashed by the Czechs winning 2-0. The victory was aided by Patrik Schick's incredible halfway-line goal which helped the Scotland's opponents inflict a deflating opening Euro 2020 defeat at Hampden.
Scotland now go to Wembley on Friday with a heightened need for a positive result against a buoyant England, before their group campaign comes to a close against Croatia in Glasgow four days later.
Tierney is said to be close to a return as the injury is not believed to be a long-term issue.
Bukayo Saka was rested and did not feature for England in their 1-0 win over Romania following his debut international goal for the Three Lions during their 1-0 win over Austria last week.
The talented 19-year-old was also on the bench for England's 1-0 victory over Croatia on Sunday that raised hopes that Gareth Southgate's side will challenge for the title.
Saka could line-up against Arsenal team-mate Tierney in Friday's crunch game at Wembley. Victory for England will see them qualify for the knock-out stages, while a defeat for the Scots will almost certainly see them knocked out of the tournament in the group stage. A fate that befell them during their last tournament, the 1998 World Cup in France.
Granit Xhaka played the second half as Switzerland won 7-0 against Liechtenstein.
Dinos Mavropanos played the entire match as Greece won 2-1 against Norway. Giorgos Masouras scored after 13 minutes before Thanasis Androutsos added a second eight minutes later. Stefan Strandberg pulled one back for Norway - assisted by former loan signing Martin Odegaard.
With Saka, Tierney, Xhaka and Bernd Leno for Germeny, Arsenal will have four players in action at Euro 2020 this summer.
In other news Arsenal released the following first team players:
U18s and U23s released