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Scotland will look to bounce back from their defeat to Belgium on Friday when they make the trip to Skopje to face Macedonia on Tuesday.
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The 2-0 reversal at home to the much-fancied Belgians saw Gordon Strachan’s side drop to bottom of the group and with one eye now of the Euro 2016 qualifiers the Scot will hope for a strong finish to the campaign to boost their confidence.
The former Celtic manager was delighted with the heart shown by his side on Friday but admitted that the gulf in class proved too difficult for his side, telling reporters post-match “Speed, height, strength. That’s the thing that they’ve got which we’ve not got. Their heart is not as big as ours though. Their work rate is not as good as ours.
“When you come against world-class players, you have a real problem. We might have passed the ball better at times, but sometimes that’s football.”
Despite moving into the wooden spoon spot, Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes believes there are still plenty of reasons for Scottish fans to be optimistic ahead of the game against Macedonia “I think we can take plenty of positives. They are a fantastic team with many great players. But we put in some good performances.”
Rhodes will hope to get the chance to start upfront on Tuesday although it is likely that boss Gordon Strachan will give Leigh Griffiths another chance to shine. David Marshall is set to continue in goal in place of the suspended Allan McGregor while Robert Snodgrass misses out through suspension.
That could mean a first start for Watford wide man Ikechi Anya. The 25 year old will hope to build on his impressive cameo against the Belgians. The former Grenanda star almost set up Shaun Moloney minutes after coming on and looked lively in his 30 minutes on the field.
Scotland have played Macedonia on three previous occasions but the first meeting with the sides in 2008 will stick out in the mind, with a goal from Ilco Naumoski condemning the Scots to a 1-0 defeat on that occasion.
Since then not much have separated the two teams with goals from Scott Brown and James McFadden giving Scotland a 2-0 win in September 2009 before the two teams drew earlier in the campaign 1-1 at Hampden Park.
Macedonia will head into the game full of confidence following a 2-1 win over Wales on Friday with Aleksander Trajkovski 80th minute goal sealing the three points.