It’s the biggest game of the campaign so far.
Scotland take on Slovenia at Hampden on Sunday who are four points ahead of Gordon Strachan’s team meaning a victory is vital to put Scotland back into World Cup qualification contention.
It’s not too late to secure your seat inside Hampden to cheer on the team.
Tickets are available to purchase from 10am until kick-off from portable units behind Section A of the West Stand.
East & West Stands: £30 for adults and £10 for kids.
North & South Stands: £40 for adults and £15 for kids.
Scotland have never lost against Slovenia in their three previous meetings.
The two sides drew in a 2012 friendly after a draw in 2004 at Hampden was followed up by a 3-0 win away from home where Fletcher, McFadden and Hartley all hit the back of the net.
Gordon’s pre-match thoughts
“We'll have a side out that’ll be there to win.
“The team might be completely different to the one that took on England in November but we’ll still have the same desire and hunger to do well.
“We have to win and we’ll need to be ready to win the game in the first five or six minutes as you never know what can happen.
“Sometimes when you have challenges like tomorrow night when you need a victory, it brings out the best in you.
“The weather is fantastic and there’s a skip in the player’s step. I think it’ll be a tremendous game.
“We know there will be five and a half million people cheering us on and whatever the crowd is, they will be backed up by the people who can’t make it. Everyone wants Scotland to win.”
The Official Scotland Podcast
Ikechi Anya joined the panel for the last podcast of the week, hosted by Mark Benstead with Clyde 1’s Gordon Duncan and Talking Baws’ Daniel Caw also offering their opinions.
Free bus travel
Following on from positive feedback and a successful trial prior to the Lithuania match, the Scottish FA will be providing a two-way free bus service from the city centre to Hampden for all ticket holders for Sunday's game against Slovenia.
Buses will also run from Shields Road Park and Ride for users of the facility, thanks to Abellio.
From the City Centre
Pre-match, coaches will transport supporters from Buchanan Bus Station to Carmunnock Road between 4pm and 6.50pm.
Post-match, coaches will leave from Carmunnock Road to Buchanan Bus Station between 9.50pm and 10.30pm.
From Shields Road Park and Ride
For supporters using the Park and Ride facility at Shields Road a shuttle bus will be available to transport supporters to Cathcart Road between 5pm and 6.45pm.*
Shuttle buses at Cathcart Road will only transport supporters back to Shields Road Park and Ride post-match between 9.50pm and 10.30pm if they used the bus to arrive at Hampden Park.
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