That will offer encouragement to the home side, given that they defeated the Welsh in that Group A qualifier.
Neither the Balkan nation nor the Scots are able to progress to next summer's finals but a victory would at least give the latter at least some hope of avoiding a last-place finish in the group. However, they will face a Macedonian team which continues to show signs of improvement, including in an earlier qualifier at Hampden Park.
They were not made to contend with Gareth Bale on Friday night as the Welshman was not considered fit enough to play following a pre-season which was disturbed by a protracted move to Real Madrid and the home side were rarely made to feel uncomfortable in Skopje. Their manager is expecting a similar evening against the Scots tomorrow.
"We know that Scotland will play in a very similar style to Wales," said Janevski, whose side will have to do without Agim Ibraimi as the Cagliari striker has incurred a suspension after he was booked on Friday. "We know what to expect and we are prepared for them. There's no point in beating Wales and then not winning against the Scots.
"Scotland have similar physical players to the Welsh and we expect a tough game. But there is no reason why we cannot beat them again."