Scotland’s place at Euro 2024 is already secured but they will want to finish their qualifying campaign on a high when they host Norway on Sunday.
The Scots were poor for the first 87 minutes of their last meeting in Oslo, before scoring two goals in under two minutes to claim a dramatic 2-1 win at Ullevaal Stadion.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke will know his side will need to produce a more complete performance if they are to get the better of the Norwegians in Glasgow this weekend.
Since securing qualification for the European Championships in Germany next summer, Scotland have seen a dip in results after a run of three defeats and a draw.
Granted they have faced tough opposition in the form of England, Spain and France, before playing out a 2-2 stalemate in Georgia earlier this week.
Back in the familiar surroundings of Hampden Park, Scotland have won all of their last six competitive games on their own patch.
Scotland don't tend to concede many goals in Glasgow, as they managed to keep five clean sheets in that six-game winning streak at Hampden.
With Norway having their injury issues going into this game, with Martin Odegaard out and Erling Haaland doubtful, Scotland should have able to come out on top in this game, while keeping the visitors off the scoreboard.
A player who seemingly can't stop scoring for his country, Scott McTominay is certainly worth looking out for in the anytime goalscorer market.
With seven goals in seven appearances during this Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, McTominay has been a revelation under Clarke this year.
Picking up pockets of space around the area, the 26-year-old has shown plenty of confidence in driving into the box and getting shots away.
While his future at Manchester United looks to be uncertain, McTominay is one of the first names of the teamsheet for his country and can add to him impressive goal tally on Sunday.
One player to look out for in the booking market is Norway midfielder Aron Donnum, who has already had two yellow cards in six starts for his club side Toulouse this season.
The former Valerenga star has no issue with putting in a tough challenge and it would be little surprise to see him add to his card tally this weekend.
Clarke has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Sunday's clash in Glasgow but the manager might well make chances after shuffling his pack against Georgia.
There is a decision to be made between the sticks with keeper Angus Gunn still unavailable due to injury.
Zander Clark was given the nod for the encounter against Georgia last time out but Clarke might be tempted to give Liam Kelly and opportunity in goal on Sunday.
Norway head into this game with Odegaard out with a suspected concussion suffered in training.
Reports have suggested the Arsenal skipper took a ball to the face in training and has been feeling effects since, so won't be available for the trip to Glasgow.
Star striker Haaland picked up an ankle injury when coming off the bench against the Faroe Islands and, while it's not believed to be serious, the Manchester City goal machine might not be risked for this fixture.
It leaves manager Stale Solbakken with limited options in attack, especially with Alexander Sorloth also out on the sidelines through injury.
Celta Vigo's Strand Larsen is likely to get the nod once again as the focal point of Norway's attack.
These sides have met on eight previous occasions, with Scotland coming out on top three times.
Only three of the eight encounters between the nations have seen both teams get on the scoresheet, including last time, as Scotland earned that dramatic 2-1 win in Oslo.
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