USA v Scotland, Jacksonville, Sunday, 1am, live on ESPN
EITHER there are loads of Scots in Florida or Craig Levein's side have suddenly become a star attraction.
Whatever the reason more than 40,000 tickets – a record for the US in the Sunshine State – will gather in Jacksonville for this friendly.
Scotland once again failed to qualify for a major tournament and will watch the Euros like the rest of us. But there were signs of improvement and indeed Levein's side have netted in their last seven games.
So maybe tonight's crowd will get the action-packed game they've paid to see. It certainlt should be a match between two strong squads.
Levein hasn’t suffered the usual raft of call-offs – and maybe the destination’s got something to do with that. As the home side the USA are 8-11 favourites with Ladbrokes with Scotland a biggest 19-4 at BetVictor.
But I reckon Scotland will avoid defeat so draw at 14-5 with BetVictor or draw no bet at 11-4 at William Hill is worth a look.
Scotland are such big underdogs you can have them at 11-10 with Hills getting a goal of a start. Eight of the USA’s last nine games have ended 1-0 (four wins, five defeats) and they might have to settle for a single goal with star striker Clint Dempsey almost certainly out injured.
The US have kept three clean sheets in a row but a score draw – possibly 1-1 at 7-1 with Coral – is my call.
Width will be provided by Blackpool new boys Matt Phillips and Wigan star Shaun Maloney. It was Maloney who helped lead Wigan to safety with a string of superb shows in the late part of the season. Consider the deadball expert at 4-1 with Ladbrokes and Paddy Power to score.
Four Rangers players outfield players could be involved – Lee Wallace, Steven Whittaker, Mo Edu and Carlos Bocanegra. Scottish Rangers are 8-13 at William Hill to score more than American Rangers at 6-5. Void if a tie. Any Rangers star to score first pays 6-1 and just to net 13-8.
Ex-Rangers ace Andy Webster netted the last time the sides met in a 1-1 draw and the Hearts star is 8-1 with William Hill to score.
Miller to score
Scotland draw no bet
(11-4, William Hill)