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Slovenia can frustrate under pressure Scots
There are several crucial World Cup qualifiers across Europe on Sunday, but none bigger than Scotland against Slovenia in Group F.
The home side know they have to win to stand any chance of qualifying for next summer's World Cup in Russia, after collecting just four points from their opening four matches.

With just one team qualifying automatically and the second-placed country likely to face a play-off, Scotland need to take advantage of their home fixtures and can be back at n/a to win on Sunday.

Assistant manager Mark McGhee admitted: "As far as qualification, I think it is, I think we have to win.

"I think all the games will be like that now, if we win on Sunday then we'll go into the England game and you'll ask me the same question. We know that, we can live with that."

In particular, goals have been a problem for Gordon Strachan's men with just two scored in their last four internationals and they have not been able to score more than one in their last three games on home soil.

So the last thing they need is to face a stubborn defensive and that’s exactly what they will get from Sunday's opponents Slovenia.

The visitors have kept clean sheets in their last three World Cup qualifiers, which include a 0-0 home draw with England back in October.

Slovenia, n/a to win in Glasgow, are likely to have Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak between the posts, with the 24-year-old already keeping nine clean sheets in La Liga this term.

Coach Srecko Katanec will be aware that a draw will put his team in a strong position to finish in the top two – with Slovenia currently second in the group with eight points from four games.

With home fixtures still to come against Malta, Lithuania and Scotland, Slovenia will aim to leave Hampden Park with at least a point (Draw n/a) to extend their unbeaten run to eight games in all competitions.

The Scotland camp have suggested there will be a number of changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Canada in Wednesday's friendly at Easter Road.

With no Matt Phillips, Grant Hanley and James McArthur in the squad, Strachan may call upon some of his new faces.

Leeds defender Liam Cooper is seeking his first international cap, while Tom Cairney of Fulham is also pushing for a start.

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