SCOTLAND'S Euro 2020 qualifying campaign is nearing its end with just two games left to play. Cyprus are first up and Kazakhstan await as the national team attempt to finish the qualifiers on a high and build some momentum going into March's Nations League play-offs.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Scotland's penultimate Group I fixture.

Where is the game being played?

The match will take place at Cyprus' national stadium, The Pancyprian Gymnastic Association Stadium.

What time is kick-off?

The game will get under way at 2pm UK time on Saturday 15 November.

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Is it on TV?

Yes. Sky Sports Football will be broadcasting the match live, with their coverage beginning at 1:30pm UK time.

What are the pre-match odds?

Believe it or not, Steve Clarke's side are the favourites! Scotland can be backed at around 6/4, while molst bookmakers are offering odds of around 2/1 for a win for the hosts.

What's the latest team news?

Liam Cooper, Andy Robertson, Scott McTominay and Ryan Fraser have all withdrawn from the squad and will play no part in the game. With Kieran Tierney also unavailable, Celtic's Greg Taylor is expected to start at left-back while Clarke may opt for a central defensive partnership of Aberdeen team-mates Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin. Up front, Steven Naismith has returned to the squad and is expected to lead the Scotland attack - and collect his 50th international cap in the process.