enhanced their chances of qualification for the 2018 World Cup with a 2-0 win over Malta at Hampden Park on Monday.
Goals from Christophe Berra (10) and Leigh Griffiths (48) saw off the minnows as Scotland moved to within one point of Slovakia in second place in Group F, after they lost 2-1 to England at Wembley.
Scotland have now won 10 points from their last four games after only SBOBET
winning four points from their opening four World Cup Qualifiers.
Gordon Strachan's men have two matches remaining and go into them knowing that six points will be enough to guarantee the runners-up spot and almost certainly a play-off place. Those games are a monumental home clash with Slovakia (October 5) and a trip to Slovenia (October 8).
Scotland have failed to qualify for the last nine major tournaments since the 1998 World Cup in France, but showed no early nerves in this must-win encounter, scoring inside 11 minutes.
Griffiths whipped in a corner from the right flank which found Berra towering SBOBET
over his marker at the back post. He thumped home his fourth international goal.
Gordon Strachan named an unchanged team in the hope of maintaining the confident attacking showing in the 3-0 victory over Lithuania, where they created ample scoring opportunities.