Scotland will learn their opponents for next season’s Nations League when the draw takes place later on Tuesday.
Steve Clarke’s men will be in be in pot 2 of League B, meaning they can be drawn against teams such as Russia, Czech Republic, Austria and Turkey.
They could also face Wales and Northern Ireland, who are in pot 1 and pot 3 respectively.
Republic of Ireland are also in pot 3, making them another potential opponent for Scotland who will be drawn into a four-team group.
Thanks to last season’s Nations League Scotland are now only two wins away from a place at their first major tournament in 22 years.
If they beat Israel at Hampden at the end of this month they will face a one-off match away from home against either Norway or Serbia to secure a place at Euro 2020.
However, the 2020/21 Nations League offers no such guarantees to qualify for the 2022 World,Cup in Qatar with only two play-off places up for grabs.
The two best winners of the four groups who haven’t qualified for the World Cup will be entered into the play-off stage.
Scotland’s potential League B opponents
Group 1: Russia, Austria, Wales and Czech Republic.
Group 3: Slovakia, Turkey, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.
Group 4: Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel, Romania.
The winner of the four team league will be promoted into League A for the following season with the bottom club relegated to League C.