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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The memories of last month's painful defeat have barely begun to fade from the national consciousness and here we are again, as Scotland once again face Russia.
Last month Steve Clarke 's side were comfortably dispatched in a loss at Hampden, and this time it's a mission to Moscow as the national team plays for pride in Group I.
There were some positives to take from the first 20 minutes of September's game, but if the Scotland side of the second half shows up in Russia then it looks like being a long night for the visiting Tartan Army. It's the first opportunity for Scotland fans to potentially see the likes of Lawrence Shankland and Declan Gallagher if they impress in training this week.
Scotland sit second bottom of their Euro qualifying group after a miserable run but this is a chance to begin building some confidence before the playoffs early next year. Image: Getty Images So when is the game and where can you watch?
Here is everything you need to know. When is the game? What channel is it on? Coverage is available on Sky Sports Football from 7pm so you'll get around 45 minutes of build-up.
There's plenty of time for analysis too with the programme lasting until Is it being screened online? Where else can I follow the game? Of course, there's no better place than right here on dailyrecord. We'll be running a live blog charting the ups and downs of the game as it happens! All the reaction and fallout will be available on the website moments after the final whistle blows.