Andy Robertson is set to break a 67-year record at tomorrow's friendly with Finland by becoming the most-capped Scotland captain.

The Liverpool star looks set to line up with the armband as usual when Scotland play their final pre-Euros friendly against the Finns And in doing so, it will be the 49th time he has been named as Scotland captain and that will put him one ahead of the previous record set by George Young.

Robertson skippered the Scots for the first time in a 4-0 home defeat to Belgium in September 2018. It was his 23rd cap and he was 24-year-old.

He has celebrated two qualifications for the European Championships during his time as captain.

And he will be Scotland captain for the 50th time against Germany in the Euro 2024 opener in Munich.

Rangers star Young first skippered Scotland in a 2-0 defeat to England at Hampden in 1948 and his last time as skipper came nine years later in a 2-1 win in Switzerland in his last game for his country.

Third on the list is Billy Bremner, who captained Scotland 39 times, followed by Darren Fletcher with 34 and Gary McAllister with 32.

Robertson, 30, won his 70th cap against Gibraltar in Scotland's 2-0 friendly win in Portugal on Monday. He's scored three international goals - against England, Lithuania and Cyprus.