Israel vs Scotland on TV: how to watch Scotland’s final Nations League game live, what channels it’s on - and kick off time

Scotland look to end Nations League campaign on a high in Israel

Scotland will be looking for a return to winning ways when they face Israel in their final Nations League contest.

Steve Clarke’s boys suffered a first defeat in 10 games when a much-changed Scotland side narrowly lost to Slovakia on Sunday.

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It came just days after the euphoria of reaching a first major men’s tournament in 22 years, when the Tartan Army sealed a dramatic penalty shootout win over Serbia.

Scotland celebrate qualifying for the 2020 Euros. (Pic: PA)
Scotland celebrate qualifying for the 2020 Euros. (Pic: PA)

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Now, as attention turns to the Nations League, Scotland have the chance to finish top of the League B Group 2 table.

A win in Israel would confirm the top spot and secure promotion to League A.

What’s been said ahead of Israel v Scotland?

Defender Scott McKenna said Scotland’s task was clear.

“We need to go to Israel and try to get three points to finish top of the group,” the Nottingham Forest defender said.

“Obviously it’s the end of a winning run but it’s now the chance to start another one. We know if we go there and get three points then we will win the group.

When is Israel v Scotland on TV?

The game between Israel v Scotland will take place on Wednesday 18 November.

It is one of two final rounds of games in the group, the other being Czech Republic v Slovakia. Czech Republic are a point behind Scotland ahead of kick off.

What time do Israel v Scotland kick off?

Both League B Group 2 games will kick off at the same time.

The game between Israel v Scotland will kick off at 7.45pm.

Where is Israel v Scotland being held?

Netanya Stadium is the venue for Israel v Scotland.

The 13,610 capacity ground, known locally as The Diamond Stadium, is a multi-use venue which was built in 2012.

It is home to Maccabi Netanya of the Israeli Premier League.

International football has been played at the stadium before, in September of this year, as Israel hosted Slovakia in a Nations League B Group 2 encounter.

What TV channel is Israel v Scotland on?

Israel v Scotland is available to Sky Sports subscribers who have the Sky Sports Football channel (Sky 403). Coverage begins at 7.30pm.

Sky Sports subscribers can also watch the game on their digital devices through the Sky Go app.

Sky Sports are currently offering its sports package for £15 a month - click here to find out more and how to subscribe.

I’m not a Sky Sports subscriber - how can I watch the game?

Fans wanting to watch Israel v Scotland can purchase a NOW TV pass for limited time access to Sky Sports channels.

They range from £9.99 for a 24-hour pass to £33.99 for a month’s pass without being tied down to a long-term contract.

The NOW TV app is automatically available on some smart TVs and can be installed on digital devices.