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By Sam Lyon
I can't see the match mate, so I'm taking your word for it.
Clive Lindsay reports: "The last time Scotland qualified for a major finals, I had no grey hairs. A few of them were the result of previous encounters with Lithuania. Scotland were held to a goalless draw on their first visit in 1998 and that was followed by a good old boot in the Baltics with a 1-0 defeat five years later. The Lithuanians were beaten 2-1 in September 2006, so Craig Levein will face few surprises against a side who have been in the same qualifying group as Scotland for the last four European Championships. Poland and Ukraine 2012 seems a long way away, but it is a lot closer than the 1998 World Cup, when Scotland last made a major finals - and there is a new mood of optimism in the coach Levein's camp despite last month's friendly defeat in Sweden."
Bruce Pope reports: "So, Ashley Williams partners James Collins at centre-back for Wales, with Craig Morgan on the bench despite a late injury scare. Wayne Hennessey gets the nod in goal ahead of Boaz Myhill, while Millwall striker Steve Morison - who was playing non-league football less than 18 months ago - wins his first competitive cap. Montenegro - managed by Zlatko Kranjcar, the dad of Tottenham's Nico - are led by Roma forward Mirko Vucinic, but are missing injured Fiorentina playmaker Stevan Jovetic and Spartak Moscow midfielder Nikola Drincic."
John Haughey reports: "The Republic of Ireland huff and puff before a late Keith Fahey goal earns a vital win in the opening Euro 2012 qualifier in Armenia."
Montenegro: Mladen Bozovic, Zverotic, Djudovic, Pavicevic, Jovanovic, Basa, Vukcevic, Boskovic, Pekovic, Vucinic, Djalovic. Subs: Blazic, Batak, Beciraj, Novakovic, Vladimir Bozovic, Savic, Delibasic.
Wales: Hennessey, Gunter, Collins, Williams, Ricketts, Ledley, Edwards, Vaughan, Bale, Bellamy, Morison. Subs: Myhill, Evans, Morgan, King, Church, Cotterill, Earnshaw.
Referee: Anastassios Kakos (Greece)
Bruce Pope reports: "Wales will have to win away against a side they have never beaten if they are to get their Euro 2012 qualifying campaign off to a flying start. Mind you, Wales have only played Group G minnows Montenegro once before - losing a friendly 2-1 in Podgorica last year to a nation that only gained full independence from Serbia in 2006. The absence of Montenegro's star striker Stevan Jovetic is a bonus, too, so a win is very much the target for Wales."