Belgium legend Phillipe Albert has branded Steve Clarke's Scotland team as one of the worst in history.

Former defender Albert slaughtered the Scots ahead of this evening's clash at Hampden Park where they need a win to stand any real chance of qualifying through Group I.

Ex-Newcastle man Albert hasn't given the Tartan Army much of a hope, though, and reckons they'll be in for a tough night.

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But he has warned Red Devils boss Roberto Martinez against complacency - because Scotland will give it all they've got.

He told the Daily Record: "This is one of the weakest Scottish teams in years. 

"They have some good players like Robertson and McTominay, but besides that it is a fairly weak team.

"But beware, it is one of the last chances for that team, they will give everything.

"We have to be alert from the start and take advantage of the space they leave."