Boyd and Miller Scored how many goals between them last year?!?! I'm happy both are playing. Plus you need someone who's going to work the socks off up front (and Miller does that) and you need someone who can stick the ball in the back of the net (Boyd can do that)........I HOPE!
I would generally support any argument for Kenny Miller being dropped but the facts are that he is currently the most in form Scotland forward.
He also did have a great partnership with Boyd last year, I'd rather see Fletch play alongside Boyd but he hasn't played since the opening day and even if he is fit the last half hour is probably all he should get.
I am more concerned that Lee McCulloch is still playing, Darren Fletcher should be the holding player and either Dorrans or Morrison should be playing as the extra bit of creativity from the middle.
Boyd is much better finisher but there's not much point in playing him unless we're spending a lot of time in the opposition box as he does little apart from apply the finishing touch .That counts him out of most away games and any home games against decent teams. Miller's finishing is pi$$ poor (apart from at Easter Road) but the guy puts in a shift and doesn't take a tantrum if he doesn't get to play in the games he wants to. Liechtenstein is the sort of game Boyd should play in although personally I wouldn't have him in the squad after the cretin 'retired' from international duty.
Miller is a form striker right now, as much as it pains me to say it. He has scored 5 goals in a season 3 games old. Granted, his Scotland record is painful, but players need to be judged also and mostly on the form they are showing for their club at the time a match is approaching. Miller not scoring many months ago doesn't reflect the way he's playing now.