While Northern Ireland suffered frustration on Sunday in a 1-0 Euro 2024 qualifying defeat to Finland, it has been a positive international window for the 19-year-old Bradley, named man of the match at Windsor Park after a strong showing in the 2-0 win in San Marino. "I'm happy with how things are going," Bradley said. The attacking wing-back made five senior appearances for Liverpool last term but has thrived this season on loan at League One Bolton, scoring six goals in 43 appearances in all competitions.
Emerson Royal is one of several players set to be absent for Tottenham’s first match since Antonio Conte’s departure.
The Scots are in buoyant mood after beginning their Group A campaign with a 3-0 home win over bottom seeds Cyprus on Saturday. However, Clarke is preparing for a tougher test against the section's top seeds, who beat Norway 3-0 at home in their opener later the same day. "Cyprus on Saturday was a different proposition," said Clarke.