Scotland returned to Hampden Park this week in hopes of getting the National League campaign against Israel off to a perfect start.
International breaks mean fixtures in the League of Nations have spread throughout the week, with Scotland playing their first two matches on Friday.
Manager Steve Clarke has been in the job for just over a year and will be desperate to see what his football players can offer as a resumption of international football after the coronavirus outbreak.
The Scots were promoted to the League of Nations during their previous campaign and are hopeful of making an impression in a group that includes the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Israel is a known enemy after facing the 2018/19 Nations League at home and outside Scotland.
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When is Scotland vs Israel on TV?
Scotland vs. Israel will be held Friday 4 September 2020.
The League of Nations games have been stunned throughout the week-long international break this September.
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What time is the kick off?
Will start in Scotland vs. Israel Evening: 45:45 – The match will follow Lithuania v Kazakhstan at 5pm and one of the eight televised Nations League on Friday.
Which TV channel is Scotland vs Israel?
You can watch the game live at the Sky Sports Main Event from 7pm.
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How to Live Scotland vs Israel online
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Scotland vs Israel team news
Scotland: Sheffield United’s Oli McBurney is out of the squad, while fellow forward Lawrence Schunkland has also left.
That means manager Clarke has a choice of Penn Peterson, Oli Burke, Lyndon Dykes and James Forrest in his forward line, but the boss has seven Premier League players available to him.
Israel: McBee Tel Aviv striker Elon Almag could make his international cricket debut on Friday night, but experienced Iran Javi should start.
Celtic pairings Neir Beaton and Hatem Abdelhamid are in the squad, and Hibbs goalkeeper Afri Marciano, who is not by the side of the club, can agree to this before Ariel Harush.
Our prediction: Scotland vs. Israel
Scotland needed three goals to leave Israel 3-2-2 in Hampden when the two sides last met in November 2018, and Israel claimed the spoils in Haifa.
This is a reasonably experienced Israeli squad that should be wary of being distracted here on trips to Glasgow and Clarke.
Scotland should have enough to get on the line but it can be complicated. Don’t be surprised if the hosts intimidate the two on the way to a short win.
Our prediction: Scotland 2-1 Israel
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