Scotland on threshold of European success. Sports report by Cameron Steer

Scotland are now one game away from the Euro 2020 Championship 

On Thursday November 12th Scotland will play Serbia in a play-off game in Serbia, the prize, entry to the European Championship Tournament.

With their recent victory against Israel Scotland now have a wonderful chance of qualifying for their first major football tournament in 22 years.

Should Scotland qualify for the tournament they would join England in their qualifying group for the tournament which would surely get Scottish football fans very excited indeed.

Scotland player Landon Dykes

It looks like the group cohesion in the Scotland squad is very strong at the moment and team spirit is high. Every player knows what’s at stake going into the game against Serbia and are keen to do their country proud. Scotland manager Steve Clarke has really done wonders since he started working with the squad, bringing in a whole new group of younger players, giving lots of debut performances to many of them and developing that hard to beat quality that Scotland have traditionally been proud of.

There are some injury concerns going into the game with James Forrest and Ryan Fraser, both exceptional wingers unable to compete however there are many good news players who are coming through the ranks. Landon Dykes has been nothing short of a revelation since he joined the Scotland squad and the return of striker Leigh Griffiths is a very welcome sign.

It’s fair to say the game against Serbia could well be regarded as Scotland’s biggest game in decades and with so much at stake the eyes of football fans everywhere will be on Scotland.