The penultimate round of Nations League matches sees Scotland head to Shkoder for a crunch-tie with Albania in Group C1.
Victory for Alex McLeish’s men will give them a fighting chance of beating Israel to top spot when the pair meet at Hampden Park on Tuesday night.
Defeat would leave them requiring favours in order to avoid relegation.
Scotland may have beaten Albania 2-0 at Hampden in September but they’re considered the outsiders for this one at 11/8.
The hosts have won just four times at home since qualifying for the 2016 European Championships. They’re 11/5 to rack up a much-needed three points here.
Eight players dropping out of the initial squad has left McLeish with a problem at right-back. He could opt to field Kieran Tierney on the opposite flank as a result.
John McGinn’s withdrawal has left a space in midfield too. Scott McTominay and Sheffield United ace John Fleck are prime candidates to replace the Aston Villa man.
Oli McBurnie is expected to retain his place up front after scoring three goals in two matches for Swansea City. He could be joined by Steven Fletcher, who last played for Scotland 13 months ago.
If he is, it’s likely that McLeish will stick with the 4-4-2 formation last used against Portugal in October.
There’s no guarantee Fletcher will start for the Tartan Army. But he’s still considered their most likely goalscorer at 11/5 Anytime.
The hosts will look towards Terek Grozny forward Bekim Balaj. He’s an 11/4 chance to score – a price he shares with Giacomo Vrioni.
Where: Loro Borici Stadium, Shkoder
How to watch: Sky Sports Main Event
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