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Scotland boss Gordon Strachan will be hoping that his can continue the upward momentum shown by his side when they take on one of the outside bets as winners of next year’s World Cup, Belgium on Friday evening.

The Belgian’s currently top Group A with 19 points having won 6 and drawn 1 of their games so far and beat Scotland 2-0 when the two sides met in Brussels last year.

Despite boasting a number of star names including in-form striker Christian Benteke, Strachan will hope to build on June’s 2-1 win over Croatia and the narrow 3-2 defeat to England last month

“We’ll be as progressive as we can,” said Strachan. “Looking for every opportunity to go forward, looking for our good players to take people on.

“When we lose the ball, we will have a good shape, which makes it difficult for great players to play.”

He added: “That’s what the fans can expect and that’s what we are going to give them.”

“If the belief in ourselves is the same as it has been in the last couple of games, it’s a challenge, but it’s a challenge that can be overcome,” said Strachan.

“It’s a huge challenge because I think they are one of the best international teams in the world right now.

“They have terrific players as individuals and they have been together for a long time as a group.

“It’s not a huge group but the players they have in the group, the regulars, are terrific footballers.”

Strachan, whose team are out of the reckoning following a disastrous start to the group, will head into the game without injured quartet James Morrison, Graham Dorrans, Allan McGregor and George Boyd with Craig Bryson, Chris Burke and Kevin Thomson and defender Lee Wallace coming in as their replacements.

McGregor, who was suspended for the clash with the Belgians, is also out of the Macedonia game, will more than likely be replacement by Cardiff’s David Marshall although Matt Gilks and Craig Samson are also hoping to get the nod.

Belgium meanwhile will be without influential skipper Vincent Kompany while Eden Hazard is struggling with an Achilles injury, although he is expected to be fit.

New Manchester United signing Marouane Fellaini is expected to start in midfield with Mousa Dembele and Kevin Mirallas also expected to figure.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.