An outdoor screening of Scotland's crucial World Cup match against Japan is to be broadcast live at Glasgow Science Centre on Friday.

Footie fans will get the chance to watch the women's game unfold in real time for free outside the venue - with no tickets required.

The coverage will be provided by BBC ALBA, who are broadcasting live from the match in Roazhon Park in Rennes.

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Scotland's women's team are to take on Japan on Friday after losing their opening Group D fixture against England last week.

They will then play against Argentina next Friday.

Yvonne Slater, Glasgow Science Centre’s science experience manager, said: “Everyone in the country is getting behind Shelley Kerr’s team and Glasgow Science Centre wants to create an electric atmosphere at our open-air screening of this crucial World Cup match.

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“Scotland showed what they’re capable of in spells of the game against England and I’m sure they’ll come up with a winning formula to beat Japan live on BBC ALBA.”