Scotland fans can pick up tickets for the Nations League play-off with Israel at a cut-price - with some starting at just a fiver.

The Tartan Army have been rewarded for their unwavering support during the Euro 2020 qualifiers where Scotland finished third behind Belgium and Russia.

Israel beckons in the Hampden Park crunch game and cheap briefs are a welcome idea.

Under-16s and concessions can go for £5 while adult prices are as little as £15.

Other tickets go on sale at £20 and £25 in the cheapest prices for more than ten years.

Manager Steve Clarke has issued a rallying call for fans to show up in their numbers.

He said: "Since taking this job I have constantly underlined the importance of giving fans a reason to want to come back to Hampden in their droves.

"We have won three successive matches for the first time in two years and could be just 180 minutes and two games away from qualifying for EURO 2020.

"The players have momentum and confidence back and the incentive is there for everyone, players and fans alike. 

"The boost that the players would get from a capacity crowd at Hampden in March is colossal and I am pleased the chief executive and board have recognised the importance of the fans, for their support in general, but especially ahead of this crucial match against Israel.

"I said when I first arrived that I wanted to put a smile back on the faces of the Scotland supporters, to make Hampden our home and to make it a place to be feared for opponents. 

"With the supporters fully behind us, reaching UEFA EURO 2020 is absolutely achievable and I speak on behalf of the squad in saying we will do everything in our power to make our supporters the life and soul of the party at EURO 2020 next summer. 

"Let’s do this."

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