With a mixture of Old Firm heroes and Premier League veterans, the FansBet Star Sixes boasts a star-studded Scotland team.
After the success of the inaugural event in 2017, the six-a-side tournament will be back from 4-6 January at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, and the Scotland side is stacked with quality.
Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson will be hoping to lead the Scottish team to success on home soil.
Ferguson, who enjoyed two successful spells at Ibrox either side of a stint south of the border with Blackburn Rovers, is joined by former Premier League regulars Don Hutchison and James McFadden, as well as ex-Celtic stars Jackie McNamara, Simon Donnelly and Mark Burchill.
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With 45 senior Scotland caps and over 400 first-team appearances for Rangers, Ferguson was one of the most gifted Scottish players of his generation.
A box-to-box midfielder with natural leadership skills and boundless energy, he claimed 16 major honours in his career, including five Scottish Premiership titles and a League Cup with Birmingham City.
Emerging at Celtic as a prolific striker while still in his teens in the late ‘90s, Burchill went on to play for Birmingham City, Ipswich Town and Portsmouth in England.
He later re-established himself in the Scottish Premiership with spells at Hearts, Dunfermline and Kilmarnock, among others.
A talented attacking midfielder, Donnelly made his name at Celtic Park during the 1990s, helping the Bhoys disrupt a period of Rangers dominance to become champions in 1998.
He then spent four seasons with Sheffield Wednesday before returning to Scottish football.
Robert “Rab” Douglas
A regular between the sticks with Livingstone and Dundee before getting his big break with Celtic, Douglas became a three-time Scottish champion during his time in Glasgow’s East End.
A commanding and agile goalkeeper, Douglas was capped 19 times by his country.
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A talented creative midfielder, Hutchison earned 23 caps for Scotland in a career which encompassed spells with Liverpool, West Ham United and Everton, among others.
As well as being a prolific provider, Hutchison also knew how to find the net during his career, scoring 55 league goals.
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An 18-cap Scotland international, McCulloch racked up more than 200 appearances apiece for Wigan Athletic and Rangers.
With a vast and diverse skill set, McCulloch played in a number of positions throughout his career, from central defence to right wing, defensive midfield to centre-forward.
A sublimely skilled attacker capable of playing wide or through the middle, McFadden is best remembered for his spells in the Premier League with Everton and Birmingham City.
Blessed with a wand of a left foot and a rare deftness of touch, McFadden was the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year in 2003.
Capped 33 times for Scotland, McNamara became a fan-favourite at Celtic Park following his £600,000 move to the Hoops from Dunfermline Athletic in 1995.
McNamara won ten major honours with Celtic and was named the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year in 1996, winning the senior award two years later.
Attacking midfield Miller, a one-cap Scotland international, began his career with Rangers, before enjoying spells in England – with Leicester City and Watford – Norway, Belgium and Australia.
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