Scotland will play Denmark in their final group stage match of the World Cup qualifiers on Monday night. 

As it stands, Denmark leads Group F with 24 points while Scotland is in second place with 17, 4 points ahead of Israel. 

Steve Clarke's side will play Moldova on Friday evening, and a win will mean they guarantee their qualification for the play-offs next year. 

If they can secure victory over Moldova, it will take the pressure off Scotland for their match against Denmark, who have gone unbeaten so far in the tournament.

The top two teams in each group will progress to the next stage of qualification, with the play-offs taking place in March 2022. 

With full capacity crowds set to return to Hampden Park on Monday night, here's what you need to know about Scotland v Denmark...

When is kick off for Scotland v Denmark match?

Scotland will play Denmark at 7:45pm on Monday November 15. 

The match will take place at Hampden Park, Glasgow, making it another home game for Scotland. 

How can I watch the Scotland v Denmark 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. 

What position is Scotland currently in?

Group F as it stands: 

Denmark: 24 points

Scotland: 17 points

Israel: 13 points

Austria: 10 points

Faroe Islands: 4 points

Moldova: 1 point

When do the World Cup play-offs start?

The play-offs will take place on March 24 and 25 2022. 

The World Cup in Quatar will start on Monday November 21 2022, taking place later in the year than usual due to the high summer temperatures in Doha.