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Scott Brown confident of Scotland triumph away to Georgia

Scott Brown claims that Scotland are more than capable of beating Georgia away from home in Euro 2016 qualifying.

Scotland captain Scott Brown has backed the team to earn an important victory away to Georgia in Euro 2016 qualifying.

Gordon Strachan's side currently occupy third place in the Group D table, three points behind leaders Poland.

A win in Tbilisi tonight would give the Scots a significant boost to their qualifying prospects, and Brown is confident that they will leave with the spoils.

"It's always hard coming away from home no matter where it is, but I think we've got the players to cope with that and produce a result," he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News. "We are going to create chances and we've got the players there to go on and finish them.

"Everyone is saying every game is a must-win game now but there are three teams that can win it to be perfectly honest. Republic of Ireland can still qualify through the playoffs as well so we need to keep on form. We need to keep getting results and try and push everyone else as far as we can."

Brown has scored four goals in 45 appearances for Scotland since 2005.

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Barry Bannan of Scotland in action during the UEFA EURO 2012 Group I qualifying match between Scotland and Lithuania at Hampden Park on September 6, 2011
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