Moldova v Scotland live stream, Friday 12 November, 5pm GMT
Scotland will seal a place in the play-offs if they beat Moldova in their penultimate World Cup qualifier on Friday.
Steve Clarke’s side hold a four-point lead over third-placed Israel with two rounds of fixtures remaining. Denmark’s 100 per cent record so far means they are uncatchable at the top of Group F, but Scotland are on the verge of keeping their qualification hopes alive until March.
A battling 3-2 victory over Israel in October, secured by Scott McTominay’s winner in the fourth minute of second-half stoppage time, was the key result. Austria’s 1-0 defeat by Denmark a few days later also helped Scotland’s cause, with David Alaba and co. now seven points adrift of second spot.
Scotland’s fate is in their own hands ahead of this trip to Moldova and the home game against Denmark on Monday. A win in either match will see Scotland reach the play-offs, but they will be desperate to get the job done before the in-form Danes visit Glasgow early next week.
Moldova are bottom of the group and have collected just one point from a possible 24 up to now. Three points behind the Faroe Islands, Engin Firat’s charges could still finish fifth but will probably need to collect four points against Scotland and Austria in order to do so.
Stoke forward Jacob Brown has been called up by Clarke for the first time. St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark is the only other new face in the Scotland squad, which also contains Kieran Tierney after his return from injury.
Billy Gilmour has been included despite his lack of game time at Norwich, but there is no room for James Forrest, Oli McBurnie or Leigh Griffiths. Grant Hanley, a team-mate of Gilmour’s at Carrow Road, has been forced to drop out with a groin problem.
Kick-off is at 5pm GMT on Friday, 12 November, and UK viewers can watch it on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football. See below for international broadcast options.
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