Scotland are looking to make it three wins from three in their bid to secure progress from their FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualification group when they welcome Hungary to Hampden tonight.

Pedro Martinez Losa thrashed the Faroes 7-1 in their last outing after a comfortable 2-0 win over the Hungarians in their opening fixture of the qualification campaign.

Caroline Weir and Lisa Evans join Amy Muir in returning to the squad after missing out last time but Martha Thomas is missing through injury as Scotland look to keep pace with Spain.

With Scotland looking to secure back-to-back World Cup qualification, Martinez Losa is looking forward to tonight’s game and wants his players to continue the excellent progress they’ve made since he took the reins, saying: “I really enjoyed the last camp, it’s something I’ve been looking forward to since I took my new position – to work with the players, to produce good football and put our message across. Being able to do it for the first time was really exciting for me.

“We received a lot of answers in terms of what is needed and where we want to go. Most importantly the spirit, the integration and the environment were really positive.

“Getting two good results did not happen just from playing, it happens from inside and the work the players put in, so the work and the application from the players was great. That’s what we have to keep doing in the forthcoming camps.

“I think it’s about building this habit and making the players believe they are great at that and having the energy to continue growing.

“In terms of the work that we want to do with the players the good part is we have more time because we are not travelling. We only have one competitive game so from one side we can cover more things with the group.”

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