BELGIUM are the warm-up act for Scotland's Nations League debut and they don't come much tougher.
Roberto Martinez's men are in action for the first time since winning a World Cup third-place play-off against England and most of their big guns will be in action at Hampden tonight.
A notable absence is injured Man City star Kevin de Bruyne but the Belgians have enough talent to overcome his loss.
All week their price has crashed and best on offer now is Belgium at 1-2 with McBookie while Scotland are 7-1 at bet365 with the draw 17-5 with Unibet.
The likes of Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard will be looking to continue from where they left off in Russia.
Lukaku hit two at Burnley at the weekend and is first-scorer favourite at 7-2 with Marathonbet while Hazard is 5-1 at 888sport. Lukaku has 40 goals in 75 internationals and worth backing. Celtic centre-half Dedryck Boyata is 21-1 to net first.
By contrast Scotland look a bit thin up top where Alex McLeish is likely to turn to Leigh Griffiths. The Celtic star is 10-1 at Unibet to score first and 21-5 with Unibet to net at any time – and maybe a deadball will provide his best chance.
Interestingly Scotland have lost three in a row to Belgium by a 2-0 scoreline and another 2-0 is possible at 6-1 with McBookie.
The Belgians have won four of the last five meetings, scoring at least two on four occasions, and are 8-11 at Unibet to net 2+.
A Belgium to win to nil also looks good at 11-8 with McBookie as Thibaut Courtois chases another clean sheet.
Elsewhere Albania look good at 13-10 with bet365 to kick off Scotland's Nations League group by beating Israel at home.

Recommended Btes

  • Lukaku to score first
  • Belgium to score 2+
  • Albania
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