Scotland simply have to beat Czech Republic in the pair’s Euro 2012 qualifying clash, to stand any chance of making it to Poland and Ukraine and Craig Levein’s charges are 13/8 at Stan James to earn a vital maximum haul in the crucial Hampden Park showdown.
The visitors are as high as 19/10 via William Hill to effectively end any hopes the Tartan Army might have of seeing their side in next year’s finals while a frustrating draw is rated at 23/10 by Skybet.
The latter will be the subject of plenty of support but Levein will know that a point is of little use in his teams’ bid to finish second in Group I and roared on by a vociferous crowd, the Scots could go for the jugular in this one.
Also at 6/1 meanwhile, this time via Skybet, is an opener from Kenny Miller. The Cardiff striker has netted 14 times for his country and is no stranger to popping up with a vital goal in the big games.