THE Tartan Army are so excited about reaching the World Cup they aren't even worrying about how hard it will be to get a pint in Qatar.
Punters lapped up Saturday's thrilling 3-2 win over Israel and I had extra reason to cheer Scott McTominay's late winner as it brought up all six of my tips.
That would have paid 384/1 in an acca but I'm hoping the Faroes Islands aren't the ones defying the odds tonight.
It would be typically Scottish to defeat Austria and Israel then slip up against the minnows with a play-off place within our reach.
But the bookies can't see it happening with Scotland 2/7 hot favourites at McBookie and the Faroes as big as 10/1.
The stats suggest it won't be easy though as free-scoring Denmark only scraped a 1-0 win in Toftir and Austria scored just twice there at the weekend.
The Faroes have drawn a blank in three of their four home games so backing a Scots win to nil appeals at 10/11 with Betfred.
It ended 4-0 when these nations met at Hampden but it should be tougher in the Faroes so I'm backing between two and three match goals at evens (Bet365).
I'd be surprised if Clarke made many changes from the Israel game and Lyndon Dykes is 7/5 (Bet365) to net for a fourth Scotland game in a row.
Denmark can kill off Austria's hopes with a win in Copenhagen and I'm backing the home win with over 2.5 goals at 11/8 with McBookie.
McBookie bet builder
- Combining a Scotland clean sheet with over 1.5 match goals pays 137/100.