Scotland captain Darren Fletcher admits he was thrilled when former international midfielder Gary McAllister linked up with the squad this week. yeezy black friday . McAllister joined former Leeds, Coventry and Scotland team-mate Gordon Strachans squad this week for several days on the training ground at Mar Hall.And Fletcher appreciated the gesture ahead of Saturdays Group F World Cup Qualifier against Lithuania at Hampden, live on Sky Sports. Gary McAllister was my favourite player growing up and we had the pleasure of him being with the squad, Fletcher said. Former Scotland winger Neil McCann says Gordon Strachan has tough decisions to make on who starts up front for the World Cup qualifier against Lithuania Its always nice to listen to his stories and tap into his information. Hes got great football knowledge and he was up here to help us.We know how close he is with the manager and whenever we have any ex-players and good players like that who want to be part of the Scotland squad, its great. You see all the players really take notice because they grew up watching players like them. Gary McAllister (left) with Scotland boss Strachan during training this week Just as Fletcher looks up to McAllister, a number of young players in the Scotland squad will undoubtedly be keen to learn from the West Brom midfielder.The likes of Callum Paterson, Kieran Tierney and Oliver Burke are pushing to make their competitive Hampden debuts on Saturday. Lithuania manager and former Hearts striker Edgaras Jankauskas has warned his team to expect a fearsome atmosphere at Hampden Park Fletcher knows exactly what it is like to make an impact on such an occasion - he scored the winner against Saturdays opponents in 2003 in his first Hampden appearance to set up a European Championship play-off against Holland.And he will aim to ensure the Scotland newcomers enjoy the atmosphere and encounter.Its about giving them a platform to perform and giving them small bits of advice when I can, the 32-year-old said. Celtic defender Kieran Tierney training with Scotland But the biggest thing is just trying to let them be themselves and play without fear and no pressure.Let them be the young players in the squad and let the older players take the pressure and the other stuff that goes on, let them express themselves, be creative and make a mark for themselves.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Scotland latest Scotland fixtures Scotland stats Table Yeezy 700 Outlet . They have watched it from afar. And now they have seen it for themselves. Wholesale Yeezy Authentic . -- Even as Chris Paul remained evasive about his future, he did what team leaders are expected to do.RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico - Brian Stuard birdied seven of his first 12 holes in windy conditions to take the first-round lead in the Puerto Rico Open on Thursday. Stuard finished with a 6-under 66, dropping a stroke on the par-4 seventh hole — his 16th of the day — in gusts of up to 20 mph (32 kph) at Trump International Golf Club-Puerto Rico. "Wind is blowing pretty good out there, so got to hit some good shots," Stuard said. "I did well. I kept it in play nice off the tee, didnt get in much trouble, and only made the one bogey." The highest ranked player in the field in the FedEx Cup standings at No. 13, Stuard finished second in November in the OHL Classic in Mexico. He also had a strong run in January, fishing sixth in the Sony Open in Hawaii and sixth the next week in the Humana Challenge in California. "Ive just been playing prettty solid, but been putting well," Stuard said. Cheap Yeezy From China. . "I putted really good to start off the year and then kind of last few weeks not quite as good and then good today." Jason Gore and Danny Lee shot 67, and Y.E. Yang was another stroke back along with Ricky Barnes, William McGirt, Tim Petrovic, Chesson Hadley, Eric Axley and Ben Martin. "It wasnt easy out there," Lee said. "It was very windy, and theres some tough pin placements out there, but I played very smart today and I hit it where I wanted to hit it, and I rolled it really nicely with the putter. It was a really good day for me." Defending champion Scott Brown opened with a 70. Brooks Koepka, a field-high 70th in the world ranking, shot 72. John Daly had a triple-bogey 7 on the par-4 12th hole in a round of 74. ' ' '