After a 24-year absence, Scotland’s destiny is at hand to move closer to qualifying for the World Cup. Tartan Army is one victory away from qualifying for the World Cup Qatar 2022 play-offs.
Located in Group F with Denmark, Israel, Austria, the Faroe Islands and Moldova, Scotland (17 points) are second in their group. The Steve Clark-led side are one step away from qualifying for the play-offs with a win over Moldova on Friday. Scotland regained confidence after a draw and victory over outright challengers Austria (1–1,0–1). The other poor game she has managed to manage is Israel with a draw and a win (1-1, 3-2). So the Scottish team is in a good position to make it to the play-offs of the 2022 World Cup.
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The click came after England were placed in check (0-0) during the second day of the 2020 European Championships. Scotland has gained unwavering confidence and is no longer intimidated by its opponents. The group cultivated solidarity and peace thanks to some locker room officials. The latter is accompanied by a speech by coach Steve Clarke that prompts the group to get ahead of themselves. These leaders include Andy Robertson of Liverpool, John McGuin of Aston Villa and Lyndon Dykes of Queens Park Rangers.
For the ninth qualification for the group stage of the World Cup, we have to complete the work that we have started. All eyes are on the game against Moldova ahead of the final knockout match against Denmark.
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