Scotland in Peru Peru vs Scotland: What TV channel, live stream, team news, and kick-off time for international friendly match
The Incas start their preparations for next month’s World Cup by hosting Alex McLeish’s side in Lima. But the Scot will be looking to get an early look on his players before the UEFA Nations League begins later this year
PERU face Scotland in the first of three friendlies before they head to Russia for the World Cup, where they will kick off their tournament against Denmark.
It will be an early chance for the Incas to see how fit and ready their players are as they prepare to participate in the showpiece for the first time since 1982.
Peru coach Ricardo Gareca will lead the Incas into their first World Cup in 36 years
For Alex McLeish’s men, they will be looking further ahead to the inaugural UEFA Nations League, which begins in September, and will want to put in a strong performance after missing out on a World Cup berth.
What time is kick-off?
THIS international fixture will be held on Wednesday, May 30.
The game will be hosted at Estadio Nacional de Lima.
Kick-off is at 2am.
Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
THIS match will be live on BBC One Scotland with coverage starting at 1.45am.
For viewers outside of Scotland, you can catch the game on BBC iPlayer.
Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all of the action on the SunSport LIVE BLOG.
What is the team news?
PERU coach Ricardo Gareca has 24 players to choose from on Wednesday, with just a week to decide who to drop ahead of the World Cup squad deadline on June, 4.
McLeish has selected a relatively inexperienced side for Scotland’s friendlies against Peru and Mexico, with only Charlie Mulgrew and Matt Phillips having over 10 caps for the Tartan Army.
Eight players are uncapped, including all three goalkeepers and Celtic’s young forward Lewis Morgan.