Scotland midfielder Scott Brown says his teammates are over the defeat to Georgia and are now primed to take on the World Champions at a packed Hampden Park.

Germany are now top of Group D after beating Poland on Friday and will be aiming to further strengthen their grip on an automatic qualification spot with victory in Glasgow tomorrow night.

Brown knows that his side will be considered underdogs for the game but is confident that with the backing of a sold-out Hampden, anything can happen.

The Celtic captain said: “We’ve got a lot of players who can change games within seconds. There’s a lot of team players as well. Everyone will be focused on their own jobs.

“There’s still 9 points to play for so if we can get anything it’ll be great. We know how hard that will be and what a good team they are - but on our day with 50,000 fans, anything can happen.

“There has got to be a team performance and you also need some luck, but we have that in the team.”

Scotland’s 1-0 defeat to Georgia on Friday was only their second loss of the EURO Qualifying campaign and the first of 2015.

Brown says the players are past hurting and ready to turn their attentions to the 2014 FIFA World Cup winners:

“We’ve recovered quite well to be honest. We’ve got over that result and we need to focus on the game ahead.

“Our performance wasn’t that great. But on another day we could’ve got a draw or a win.

“We’re playing the world champions here tomorrow night and we’re gonna need a full house supporting us for 90 minutes. The performance has got to be outstanding to get anything from the world champions.”