Read a preview and watch a live stream of Scotland vs Belgium in the World Cup qualifiers.
Where: Hampden Park.
When: Friday 6 September, 20.00 BST.
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It is becoming desperate for Scotland to get a win in Group A of the World Cup qualifiers, but it won’t be easy against leaders Belgium.
The Flemish side have undergone something of a renaissance in the past few years as several players from the country have emerged as world-class stars.
Several of these talents ply their trade in the Premier League, with new Marouane Fellaini having signed for Manchester United in a £27.5m switch and Liverpool paying £9m for goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
As well as this Vincent Kompany captains Manchester City – although the defender will miss this clash through injury – Thomas Vermaelen is skipper at Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur’s Jan Vertonghen was named in the 2013 PFA Team of the Year.
Everton’s Kevin Mirallas and Chelsea trio Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku are also key stars, whilst Aston Villa top-scorer Christian Benteke is another Belgian ace.
Scotland meanwhile have struggled on the international stage for some time, with the last major tournament the country has qualified for being the 1998 World Cup.
The home side also trail leaders Belgium by 14 points in the table and have not beaten the nation since 1987.
Nottingham Forest new boy Jamie Mackie will be the man tasked with filling the gap left by retiring striker Kenny Miller, whilst Norwich City captain Russell Martin will have the difficult job of keeping Benteke quiet.