THERE'S just one day to go to Scotland's biggest game for 22 years and I'm feeling the tension.
Serbia vs Scotland and Northern Ireland vs Slovakia are two of the play-off finals for a Euro 2020 place and Kevin Mac has posted his Serbia vs Scotland match preview.
First of all we have the small matter of a few games to look at on Wednesday including Betfred Cup ties between St Mirren vs Morton, Stranraer vs Hamilton and Airdrie vs Edinburgh City.
There were plenty of cup tips on the site on Tuesday and some good winners including SlipsTips and Scott with his VIP Tips.
And well done to Jamesyfc with a 6-1 accumulator on goals to be scored in the both halves of four matches.
My both to score treble was a Cove goal short as they crashed at Dundee and that was a disappointment considering the form the Highlanders have shown.
Elsewhere on Wednesday there are a pile of international friendlies including Belgium vs Switzerland, Denmark vs Sweden, Holland vs Spain, Portugal vs Andorra and France vs Finland.
I don't like betting on friendlies but if you have good enough team news or even wait until line-ups are revealed they can be profitable.
I've decided just to go with a Betfred Cup double. I'm taking both to score in the St Mirren vs Morton derby and Airdrie to beat Edinburgh City at home.
Both to score has landed in the last six meetings between Saints and Ton and it's usually a hard-fought battle between close rivals although no fans will make it less fiery.
League One Airdrie hammered Clyde 5-0 on Saturday and will be confident of improving their run against League Two Edinburgh.
Hamilton should bounce back from their 8-0 nightmare defeat at Rangers when they go to Stranraer but I can't back them at 1-3.
- It's also the eve of the delayed Masters at Augusta and The Caddy has posted tips so check them out.
I've already said I can't see past Bryson DeChambeau while I'm also on Tyrrell Hatton each way. I'm also on Jason Kokrak and Louis Oosthuizen each way.
DeChambeau has a massive advantage at any course he plays these days due to his length and the scary thing is he's trying to go even longer. As he long as is fairly accurate he will stay out of trouble on a track that has no rough. The US Open champion will reduce many holes to a pitch and putt while average players will have maybe 170 or 180 yards to the hole by taking a more direct route.
The one weakness in DeChambeau's game can be his putting but as long as he holes his fair share he could be there or thereabouts.
I'm hoping to see Rory McIlroy up there as well but his odds are short for someone who hasn't won a Major since 2014 while Dustin Johnson is also expected to challenge.
However, I'm taking bigger each-way punts on players at longer odds. Tyrrell Hatton has been in great form on both sides of the Atlantic and must surely win a Major sometime soon.
Jason Kokrak is a big hitter and can be a great putter and he and Louis Oosthuizen have played well in this season's Majors.
My final bet is Bernhard Langer to be Top Senior at 11-2 each way. Now that he's over 50 Phil Mickelson is the odds-on favourite but hasn't enjoyed a good year.
Age is in his favour though so if you reckon he's win this market and Langer can be second then back the German each way in case Lefty slips up. Langer's still a great player who wins regularly on the Senior Tour and his accuracy rather than length should keep him in the game here. Probably the only other person who can win this one is Fred Couples who is also 11-2.