Former Scotland defender Paul Hegarty believes Iceland have made the excuse about being a small nation redundant.
Police have charged at England fans in Lille as flares and bangers were lit in the French city.
Much as Scottish football fans would like to pretend otherwise, there’s a big football party about to start in France. Courier sports writers Eric Nicolson, Ian Roache and Neil Robertson discuss what can be expected of the other home nations taking part and try to pick a tournament winner.
There is a French TV drama currently filling the Saturday night Euro-noir slot called The Disappearance.
Oliver Burke cannot understand why anyone would question Scotland’s desire to test themselves against some of Europe’s top teams.
Darren Fletcher believes Scotland have to learn to keep the ball better following Sunday’s defeat to Italy.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan admitted his side’s one-sided 1-0 defeat to Italy was a “learning curve” for his young squad.
Italy may no longer be a team of household names but Mark McGhee reckons Antonio Conte's men will still present Scotland with a serious test.
An initial report into the Norway helicopter crash which claimed the lives of 13 people has found the flight appeared normal until a "sudden catastrophic failure developed in 1-2 seconds".