SCOTLAND have secured a seeded place in the World Cup play-offs after a huge win against Denmark.

Goals from John Souttar and Che Adams sealed the victory at Hampden as Steve Clarke's men ran out 2-0 winners. 

That means Scotland's goal of achieving second place in Group F of their World Cup qualifying section has been successful.

We've gone through play-offs in the not so distant past to qualify for Euro 2020. 

So what's in store for Scotland now as Clarke prepares his side for the World Cup play-offs?

The ten runners-up from the qualifying groups will be joined by two group winners from the 2020-21 Nations League in the second round.

The twelve teams will be split into three play-off paths. 

Each of these will contain four teams, who’ll all play two one-leg semi-finals on 24-25 March 2022 and a final on 28-29 March 2022.

The three winners of those finals will qualify for Qatar. 

Scotland are seeded for that semi-final draw – meaning they will play at Hampden for their one-off match against one of the six non-seeded nations.

They are: Poland, Turkey, North Macedonia, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Austria.

If Scotland negotiate that hurdle, they would then face the winners of the other semi-final in their group, with the venue for that do-or-die showdown decided by a draw.