Scotland have only two matches left to play in the World Cup qualifiers, with the next game set to take place against Moldova next month. 

Steve Clarke's side currently sit second in the Group F table, and will look to hold this position in order to advance to the UEFA playoffs which will determine the final three European teams to qualify for next year's World Cup in Quatar. 

The match will mark Scotland's second game against Moldova this tournament, having won 1-0 in September. 

Despite the fairly close match at Hampden last month, Moldova currently sit last in Group F, with only a singular point compared to Scotland's 17. 

It's Denmark that lead the table, streaking ahead with 24, while Israel tail Scotland in third place with 13 points, followed by Austria with 10, the Faroe Islands with 4 and Moldova with 1. 

Here's what you need to know ahead of Scotland's penultimate World Cup qualifier match against the Moldova next month. 

When is kick-off for Scotland v Moldova match? 

Scotland will play Moldova on Friday November 12 at 5pm. 

The match will take place at Zimbru stadium in Chișinău, Moldova making it an away game for the Scots. 

How can I watch the Scotland v Moldova match on TV?

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, with subscribers able to stream the match through the Sky Go app.

People who are not Sky customers can watch via NOWTV by buying a day pass for £9.99. 

When is Scotland's final World Cup Qualifier match?

After Scotland's match against Moldova, they will play their final world cup qualifier three days later against Group F leaders Denmark.

The match will take place on Monday November 15, with kick off at 7:45pm. 

Scotland's last match against Denmark saw Clarke's side defeated 2-0, however with November's match taking place in front of a home crowd, they will look to reverse this.