Scotland have already clinched a place at a tournament for the first time in 22 years with their play-off victory over Serbia to make it to Euro 2020.
Now Steve Clarke will have his sights set on guiding Scotland back to the World Cup at Qatar 2022, 24 years after featuring at France 1998.
The headline team in Group F with Scotland is Denmark, with Austria and Israel also likely to be in contention for a top-two finish, with the Faroe Islands and Moldova also on their schedule.
It is arguably the easiest group of all the Home Nations, with Scotland having previously never lost to the Faroe Islands or Moldova and holding a superior head-to-head record over pot one side Denmark, winning 10 of the last 16 meetings.
Here are the fixtures for the Tartan Army for next year’s World Cup 2022 qualifiers:
Scotland’s Group F fixtures
Thursday 25 March 2021 Scotland vs Austria 7.45pm
Sunday 28 March 2021 Israel vs Scotland 7.45pm
Wednesday 31 March Scotland vs Faroe Islands 7.45pm
Wednesday 1 September Denmark vs Scotland 7.45pm
Saturday 4 September Scotland vs Moldova 7.45pm
Tuesday 7 September Austria vs Scotland 7.45pm
Saturday 9 October Scotland vs Israel 5pm
Tuesday 12 October Faroe Islands vs Scotland 7.45pm
Friday 12 November Moldova vs Scotland 7.45pm
Monday 15 November Scotland vs Denmark 7.45pm
The fixtures have been confirmed.
We start at home to Austria on Thursday 25 March 2021.
Come on Scotland! pic.twitter.com/pTQSRxouO8
— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) December 8, 2020
Groups in full
A Portugal, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan, Qatar
B Spain, Sweden, Greece, Georgia, Kosovo
C Italy, Switzerland, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, Lithuania
D France, Ukraine, Finland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan
E Belgium, Wales, Czech Republic, Belarus, Estonia
F Denmark, Austria, Scotland, Israel, Faroe Islands, Moldova
G Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, Montenegro, Latvia, Gibraltar
H Croatia, Slovakia, Russia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta
I England, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Andorra, San Marino
J Germany, Romania, Iceland, North Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein