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Both Weir, Miller and Hutton are definates to start in tomorrow nights 1st Euro 2012 qualifier. According to the media McCulloch, Whittaker and McGregor are "probably definate" to start. That makes the Rangers contingent in the starting line-up to 6 with one Celtic player (Broon9) probably starting tomorrow night.

 

The probably starting line-up is:

 

McGregor

 

Hutton

Weir

McManus

Whittaker

 

McCulloch

Brown

Fletcher

Hartley

McFadden

 

Miller.

 

They're saying McCulloch will be the holding midfielder. I'm hoping that wee rat Hartley doesn't start, I absolutely deteste the wee shite!

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Both Weir, Miller and Hutton are definates to start

 

Feckin' mong!!! :giruy::box:

 

 

 

 

Hoping he goes with two up, or at least McFadden in behind Miller instead of wide left and would like to see Adam starting.

 

McGregor

 

Hutton

Weir

McManus

Whittaker

 

Brown

McCuloch

Fletcher

Charles Charlie Charles Adam

 

McFadden

Miller

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Feckin' mong!!! :giruy::box:

 

 

 

 

Hoping he goes with two up, or at least McFadden in behind Miller instead of wide left and would like to see Adam starting.

 

McGregor

 

Hutton

Weir

McManus

Whittaker

 

Brown

McCuloch

Fletcher

Charles Charlie Charles Adam

 

McFadden

Miller

 

This'd be my team aswell. 2-0 Scotland.

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I like the look of that team and hope it's more of a 4-4-2 than this 4-1-4-1 talked about.

 

Certainly with Hutton and Whittaker both at full back it makes it very attacking and while I'd probably have preferred McFadden ahead of the in-form Naismith, he'll make an excellent option from the bench.

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