Scotland will host Israel in a play-off semi final for a place at Euro 2020.
The game will take place at Hampden on Thursday March 26, with the winner progressing to play either Norway or Serbia away in the final on Tuesday March 31.
Should Scotland win both games, they’ll end up in Group D at the continent-wide tournament, alongside England.
The draw for the UEFA EURO 2020 play-off Semi-Final has taken place. We will face Israel at Hampden Park on Thursday, 26 March 2020.
Steve Clarke’s side have struggled in the Euro 2020 qualifiers and are out of contention to make it tournament via that path, despite picking up three wins in a row.
However, finishing top of the League C Group 1 table in the UEFA Nations League (as a result of beating Israel 3-2) under Alex McLeish provided another way of making it to the Euros.
Elsewhere in the play-off draw, there is the chance that Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland could face each other in the Path B final.
The winners of Bosnia-Herzegovina v Northern Ireland will host the winners of Slovakia v Republic of Ireland.
In Path A, the winners of Bulgaria v Hungary will host the winners of Iceland v Romania.
In Path D, the winners of Georgia v Belarus will host the winners of North Macedonia v Kosovo.