This week it's INSIDE RIGHTS! To watch the video, click the triangle play button in the centre of the image above.

Each week, there is a new video which will explore international Scotland players from a different football position to help build your very own Scotland 'Dream Team'. We encourage you to write down your player choice each week from the options we provide and compare it to our Saints in the Community 'Dream Team' announced in Week 11. How many of your player choices will make it?!

We have created a Team Sheet which you can download and print should you wish to HERE.



This Spot the Ball action shot is from Easter Road in 1970 where Billy Shankly's Liverpool are playing Hibernian in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. In the photo are Jim Blair & Arthur Duncan (Hibs) and Larry Lloyd & Tommy Smith (Liverpool), however, which square is the ball in?



Rangers vs East Fife - Cup Final 1950

Watch the 1950 Scottish Cup Final highlights video by clicking the triangle play button in the centre of the image above.

With some added clues should you need them, can you now answer the following five questions:

1. Who did Rangers beat in the Semi-Final to qualify to play East Fife?
(Clue: Their nickname is 'The Doonhamers' and they play at Palmerston)
2. What was the name of East Fife's ground in 1950?
(Clue: The name suggests it's location overlooks the sea)
3. East Fife's manager, Scot Symon, later managed Rangers. Which two other teams did he manage?
(Clue: One is nicknamed 'The Jags' and the other team included England left winger Tom Finney)
4. From which Club did Rangers sign Bobby Brown and what other employment did he have during his playing days?
(Clue: The team were amateurs who played their home games at Hampden Park and his other employment also involved sport)
5. Which Rangers player was the following phrase associated with - "the ball may pass, the player may pass, but not both"?
(Clue: His poor disciplinary record led to him being suspended 'sine die' in 1954)