NOW that Scotland have guaranteed a play-off place for the 2022 world cup, all eyes are on Monday nights clash with group leaders Denmark.

Steve Clarke's men secured second place in group F on Friday with a 2-0 away victory over Moldova.

The result means that Mondays clash with the Danish national team is no longer a must win, but the hosts are likely to need a point to earn a home semi-final in the play-offs.

After last months sell-out against Israel, Hampden will see another packed out stadium with 51,000 Scotland fans heading to the southside of Glasgow.

The huge number of supporters heading to the stadium, will mean that traffic disruption is likely, and with Covid passports still in place, fans will face a longer wait to enter the ground.

READ MORE: Glasgow road openings in full as COP26 closures come to an end

Some transport services have already issued advice about the final game of group F.

Scotrail have announced additional services to help the number of fans traveling to Hampden Park, as well as encouraging Danish fans to use public transport to get to the game.

Customers travelling to Hampden Park on Monday, 15 November, for Scotland’s World Cup Qualifier against Denmark will see more services to Mount Florida, and extra carriages on trains to Mount Florida and Kings Park – the closest stations to the ground.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail Head of Customer Operations, said: “There’s a few big days for Scotland’s international sports teams coming up, and we’re looking forward to helping supporters travel to the matches to cheer on our national teams.

“We’ll be doing everything we can to support fans travelling to the games by adding more services and more seats to trains.

“We’re asking fans to head back to the stations as soon as you can after the final whistle on both days, and not to leave it to the last train of the night to get home.

“Regular commuters who travel home from Glasgow on the line via Mount Florida should be aware that services will be much busier than normal on Monday night with fans heading to the match."

The Scottish National Rugby side is also in action this weekend as they take on South Africa.

READ MORE: Scotland v South Africa TV: Channel and kick off time for Scotland rugby match

ScotRail is adding extra carriages to trains between Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Queen Street, Dunblane, and Fife. Additional services will also operate between Glasgow Queen Street High Level and Edinburgh Waverley prior to the match.



**More key info will be updated**