Scotland manager Gordon Strachan (picture) says his side don’t fear playing at Hampden as they look to end a two-year winless run at the national stadium.
The Scots will bring the curtain down on another unsuccessful World Cup qualification campaign when Croatia visit Hampden on Tuesday.
Strachan’s side haven’t won at the national stadium in over two years and have only collected two points from their four previous home matches in the campaign.
“It is just us, we have to play better,” Strachan said. “They are a good bunch of lads to work with. Their enthusiasm in training has been very good so it should be there when you come to a game, because that is the best part of it.”AFP