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Scotland should get job done in Slovenia
Scotland's last-gasp win over Slovakia has perfectly set up their trip to Slovenia on Sunday with second-place in Group F up for grabs.
Gordon Strachan's men have given themselves hope of making next summer's World Cup in Russia and they can secure second place - and a possible play-off spot - in their qualifying group by beating Slovenia this weekend, on offer at n/a.

A draw against Slovakia on Thursday would not have officially ended their hopes but a win was required because the Slovakians, who are now two points behind the Scots in third place, finish their campaign against struggling Malta and in all likelihood will end with a victory. But now the maths are simple for Scotland - beat
Slovenia and second spot is assured.

Not that it is expected to be straightforward for them in Ljubljana as Slovenia, who are n/a to win, have proved to be dogged opponents in the pool over the past year and nearly held group winners England to another 0-0 draw at Wembley on Thursday.

Scotland just about overcame Srecko Katanec's men at Hampden Park in March, when winning 1-0, and the Tartan Army are not known for making things easy for themselves so it could be another nervy night. Slovenia probably should have beaten England at home 12 months ago but it ended goalless and they have since gone on to dispose of Malta, Slovakia and Lithuania on home soil.

Those results prove just how difficult a place Ljubljana is to go and Strachan's side will need everything to go their way and probably turn in a repeat of their display against England at Hampden in the dramatic 2-2 draw in June to come out on top. They do have momentum, though, following the late Slovakia success, and they will be determined to make sure they keep alive their hopes of making their first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup with a win.

Scotland are in great form, they're unbeaten in six games and have won their last three, so one last push is required to land second place. Star forward Leigh Griffiths may need to come up with the goods up front as the visitors aim to breach a backline that hasn't conceded at home in the group yet.

Previous meetings between the two hint at an away win as, on top of the earlier group win, the Scots have also beaten Slovenia 3-0 away back in 2005, while the two played out a 1-1 draw in a friendly in 2012.

It's unlikely to be pretty, but a narrow win for Scotland will be greeted with joy back home and Strachan's men can get the job done.

Recommended bet: Away win n/a.
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