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Robertson says Scotland will head into Euro opener against Czech Republic with 'all guns blazing'

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Andy Robertson promises Scotland fans that they will head into their Euro 2020 opener against the Czech Republic at Hampden Park with 'all guns blazing'Andy Robertson insists Scotland are ready for the clash with the Czech RepublicThe Scotland captain insists his side are 'not here to make up the numbers' Robertson is relishing the prospect of playing in front of the Tartan Army 12,000 fans will be in attendance at Hampden Park on Monday afternoon Find out the latest Euro 2020 news including fixtures, live action and results here.

Skipper Andy Robertson has promised the Tartan Army that Scotland will go into today's Euro 2020 opener against the Czech Republic at Hampden with 'all guns blazing'.

The national men's team will make their long-awaited return to a major finals after 23 years in the wilderness when they kick off their Group D campaign at 2pm today.

And Liverpool star Robertson, speaking from the national stadium ahead of a final pre-match training session for Steve Clarke's men, insisted there was no need for him to issue a final rallying cry to his troops.

Andy Robertson says  Scotland's players are up for Monday's clash with the Czech Republic

The Champions League and Premier League winner declared: 'It's important to stay calm, composed and ready — and then go all guns blazing into the game.

'We've had the pre-camp and been together for 16 or 17 days now.

'There have been chats, conversations where myself and the gaffer have both spoken. I'm not sure it's needed on the eve of the game.

'I look around the squad and I see boys who are ready. We will meet tonight again and I'm sure there will be words. But I already know the players are up for this. We are good to go.'

After 23 years without a major tournament Scotland are back on the international stage

Embracing the prospect of supporters being back at the national stadium, Robertson said: 'Walking out in front of the fans again will be incredible.

'I would have loved it to be a full house. But obviously what's going on in the world just now isn't allowing it.

'But to have 12,000 in will be great. To have some of our family in will be even better.

Robertson is relishing the prospect of playing in front of 12,00 fans at Hampden Park

'We'll feel that support, we'll feel that love — and hopefully we'll do them proud.

'We've always said we're not here to make up the numbers. We're not just happy to be in the tournament, we want to do well in it.

'We have a tough group and it will be hard. But it has to be our aim to get out of the group — which no one (Scotland team) has done before. If we can do that, we are writing our own history.'

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