2018/19

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Sam JohnstoneMan Utd£6,500,00003 Jul, 2018
Jonathan BondReadingFree16 Jul, 2018
Kyle BartleySwanseaUndisc.16 Jul, 2018
Conor TownsendScunthorpeUndisc.28 Jul, 2018
Tyrone MearsMinnesota UFree26 Aug, 2018
Wes HoolahanNorwichFree14 Sep, 2018
Bakary SakoC PalaceFree02 Oct, 2018
Total: £6,500,000

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Ben FosterWatford£2,500,00005 Jul, 2018
James McCleanStoke£5,000,00021 Jul, 2018
Ethan RossColchesterFree27 Jul, 2018
Nacer ChadliMonacoUnknown30 Aug, 2018
Gareth McAuleyRangersFree03 Sep, 2018
Claudio YacobNottm ForestFree06 Sep, 2018
Bakary SakoC PalaceFree27 Jan, 2019
Total: £7,500,000

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
Tosin AdarabioyoMan City03 Aug, 2018
Mason HolgateEverton01 Jan, 2019
Stefan JohansenFulham31 Jan, 2019
Jefferson MonteroSwansea31 Jan, 2019
Jacob MurphyNewcastle31 Jan, 2019
Dwight GayleNewcastle06 Aug, 2018

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
Dara O'SheaExeter07 Aug, 2018
Allan-Romeo NyomLeganes17 Aug, 2018
Kyle JamesonBarrow01 Aug, 2018
Alex BradleyBurton31 Jan, 2019
Jose Salomon RondonNewcastle09 Aug, 2018
Callum MortonBraintree30 Nov, 2018

Players released

PLAYERDATE
None
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Match in Focus

15:00 Th 21Mar SKY

Kazakhstan v Scotland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Kazakhstan have conceded 89 goals in their last 40 qualification matches.
Expert verdict
Nearly 21 years have passed since the Tartan Army last followed Scotland to a major international tournament.However, there is a quiet confidence that the Scots can end that barren run. The Kazakhs are ranked 77 places below Scotland and have won only three of their last 40 major tournament qualifiers.