McFadden: Defeat would not kill dream

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Scotland striker James McFadden is eager for the victory that will bring qualification for Euro 2008 closer but believes defeat against Georgia in Tbilisi would not be a "massive disaster".

The Everton player has scored in his last three games for his country, his clinching goal in the 3-1 win over Ukraine at Hampden on Saturday coming after strikes against France and Lithuania.

McFadden, looking for the victory over Georgia in Tbilisi on Wednesday night that will take the Scots to within one point of guaranteeing qualification, said: "We know that if we don´t win it won´t be a massive disaster."

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