SCOTLAND are hoping to go one better than they did last month when they meet Israel again.
The countries face off for the fourth time in the Nations League but this play-off semi-final is of huge importance.
It's honours even with a win, a loss and a draw each with the one constant being both teams scoring in all of them.
It was 1-1 at Hampden last month but Steve Clarke is boosted by the inclusion of strikers Oli McBurnie and Lawrence Shankland along with Lyndon Dykes.
However, he has been rocked by Stuart Armstrong testing positive and ruling out close contacts Kieran Tierney and Ryan Christie who will have to self-isolate. Scott McKenna, Liam Palmer and Oli Burke are out injured.
Scotland have gone out to 7-5 with McBookie to win in 90 minutes and 4-6 to qualify and set up a Euro 2020 decider with Norway or Serbia.
The draw pays 12-5 at McBookie with the Israelis cut to 21-10 at McBookie.
Both teams to score between these teams for the fourth game running pays 20-21 with McBookie.
Christie's penalty opened the scoring last month and the Celt was also on target in our win in the Czech Rep.
So his absence is the biggest blow but if Dykes starts I'll be on him to score at 2-1 with McBookie or first at 11-2.
Another option is John McGinn who looks back to his menacing best at Aston Villa. To hit the target he is 15-4 at McBookie.
Israel's biggest threat is Eran Zahavi who is 7-4 with McBookie to net at any time
Norway are 13-8 with William Hill to beat Serbia but I'd rather be in Erling Haaland to score at the same price.
- Dykes to score (5-2, McBookie)
- Haaland to score (13-8, William Hill)