Live on BBC Scotland: Sat 18.30: Scotland are 2/7 with to beat Liechtenstein in their vital Euro 2012 qualifier in Vaduz.
It’s fair to say that Scotland made hard work of their last clash against Liechtenstein, just over a year ago, Craig Levein’s charges requiring a last-gasp, injury-time winner at Hampden Park to edge it 2-1, having been behind at one stage.
The bottom club in Group I have caused problems for a few other teams as well, only Spain having hammered them in Euro 2012 qualifying but the Scots, 2/7 favourites, can nevertheless pick up maximum points in Vaduz.
Levein’s troops are 10/1 with Ladbrokes to rack up another 2-1 success but only a tremendous Liechtenstein free-kick penetrated the Scottish defence in the pair’s last meeting so a win ‘to nil’ looks on the cards for the visitors, at odds of 10/11 (Totesport).
Betfred’s 11/2 for Scotland to notch twice without reply subsequently catches the eye while in attack, Kenny Miller looks set to be fit and he’s 7/2 at Sportingbet to notch first but at a slightly higher 9/2, courtesy of bet365 to break the deadlock, Brighton’s Craig Mackail-Smith is worth considering.