McInally Predicts 1-1 Draw

In today's Greenock Telegraph Roger Graham talks to Jim McInally about Scotland's chances against Italy tomorrow. McInally predicts a 1-1 draw saying: "I think it might be a 1-1 draw, but I truly hope I’m wrong. The longer it stays level the more Scotland have a chance of nicking something. But people should remember that, whatever happens, Scotland have done brilliantly."

The Morton manager also says that he would go with the 4-5-1 formation and that he would play James McFadden, not Kenny Miller, as the lone striker.

McInally gained 10 Scotland caps during his playing career. The last of which came in Scotland's 5-0 loss to Portugal in April 1993.

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