SCOTLAND can beat Israel on Friday but let's face it next month's play-off is what really matters.
The Scots stand just 180 minutes from qualifying for Euro 2020 with the Israelis first up in the semis.
So this is a dress rehearsal for a huge occasion back at Hampden and Steve Clarke will hope to have more strikers available by then.
Oli McBurnie, Lawrence Shankland and Leigh Griffiths have been ruled out for various reasons so new boy Lyndon Dykes is set for a debut.
Luckily for Clarke we provide plenty of goals from midfield with James Forrest netting a hat-trick in a 3-2 Hampden win against Israel in the Nations League in 2018.
Forrest is 7-1 with McBookie to break the deadlock, 11-4 to net and 50-1 for an unlikely treble repeat.
John McGinn has been our biggest goal threat in recent seasons with seven and the Aston Villa man is 6-1 to score first and 12-5 at any time.
Scotland are 17-20 with McBookie to win while both to score pays 11-10 at McBookie.
Elsewhere tonight I fancy Holland to beat a Poland side without talismanic striker Robert Lewandowski. The Dutch, under Dwight Lodeweges for the first time, are 1-2 with McBookie.
Romania are nicely priced at 23-20 at home to a Northern Ireland side who ended Michael O'Neill's are with four defeats in the Nations League.
And finally back Italy, who are well fancied to go all the way, at home to Bosnia at 1-3.
- Forrest to score
- (11-4, McBookie)
- (3-1, McBookie)