Scotland v Israel live stream, Saturday 9 October, 5.00pm BST
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Scotland have a golden opportunity to put one foot in the World Cup play-offs when they face Israel in a shoot-out for second place on Saturday.
Steve Clarke’s side ended a 23-year long wait to return to a major tournament at Euro 2020 this summer, and are making good progress in their bid to qualify for a second successive competition.
Wins over Moldova and, crucially, Austria last month lifted the Scots into second place in Group F, one point ahead of Israel.
They are seven points behind group leaders Denmark with four games left to play, so an automatic qualifying spot looks out of reach, but holding onto second place would be a major result.
Scotland have a chance to open up a four-point cushion over Israel at Hampden, and will then face the Faroe Islands and Moldova before a final day clash with Denmark in Glasgow.
There is plenty of recent history in this fixture, and it doesn’t make pleasant reading for the Tartan Army.
The two sides have met an incredible four times over the last year between the Nations League and qualifiers.
Israel won one, there were two draws, and the Scots came out on top on penalties after they couldn’t be separated in their Nations League semi-final clash.
Kick-off is at 5.00pm BST on Saturday, 9 October, and UK viewers can watch it on Sky Sports. See below for international broadcast options.
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