Blackpool’s Adam keyed up for London ‘home game’ for Scotland

Blackpool skipper Charlie Adam cannot wait until Sunday when he steps out onto the Emirates Stadium pitch in a Scotland shirt.

Blackpool skipper Charlie Adam cannot wait until Sunday when he steps out onto the Emirates Stadium pitch in a Scotland shirt.

Adam and his Scottish teammates meet South American giants Brazil at the home of Arsenal in London in an international friendly and the Seasiders star is eagerly anticipating a potentially enthralling match in front of a healthy crowd of Scots.

“It'll be like a home game and I'll be looking forward to it," saidd Adam. "They always say Scotland fans go for a good time. They'll be there in their numbers to support the team and hopefully we'll get a good result for them and they can have a great weekend.

"I've got a lot of family and friends going to the game. They're looking forward to it because not many have been to the Emirates before. It'll be good to see all the players who are playing."

And despite Brazil having a squad loaded with stars, Adam feels confident that Craig Levein’s men can do a job for the Tartan Army.

"They've got so many - Ronaldinho, Kaka, Alves,” he added.

"They've got fantastic players and it doesn't matter who they bring on the pitch they're going to be world class. Any time you can step on the pitch with players like these it's going to be a very proud moment.

"The most important thing is the result - and hopefully we can get the right result."

 
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