Scotland now know who will be in their Euro 2020 group if they manage to qualify for the tournament next summer.
Steve Clarke’s men have an opportunity to make the competition proper if they can overcome a playoff semi-final against Israel and a final against either Norway or Serbia.
It’s a tough ask for Scotland considering their form hasn’t been great over recent years and their qualification campaign was disappointing.
But it’s not impossible – and now Clarke has the motivation of knowing who exactly Scotland would face at Euro 2020.
The draw for the groups were made today and Scotland would play England, Croatia and Czech Republic if they made it through, per UEFA.
A game against England would take place at Wembley, while the matches against Croatia and Czech Republic would be held at Hampden Park.
Just imagine a competitive tournament between Scotland and England at Wembley. That’s a game we would definitely be looking forward to.
Now all attention turns to the playoffs in March and some big matches for Clarke’s men.