Scotland coach Gordon Strachan will not alter their approach when they face world champions Germany, reports BBC Sport. The Scots open their Euro 2016 qualifying in Dortmund on 7 September.
"I was writing down plans and I looked at the board and thought, 'yeah, I've cracked it'," said Strachan of his plan to counter Joachim Low's side.
"Then I realised I had 14 men playing. But we're not going to change."
"You could chop and change for everybody you're playing against, it could confuse the players," he added.
"We have a couple of ways of defending and we're working on our attacking," he said. "But that will take time to really click and fully get what I want.
"Until that time we want to keep on winning games and gradually get to where we want to go."
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