Scotland are looking to seal their qualification for Euro 2024 as they travel to Seville to face Spain.
Spain currently sit 2nd in Group A with three wins and one loss from their first four games of qualifying.
The Spanish would not have expected to currently sit six points behind leaders Scotland in Group A at this point in the qualification process but having fallen to a shock 2-0 loss in Glasgow at the start of qualifying they now face the prospect of failing to win their group.
It's unlikely to prevent them from qualifying for the tournament altogether but a second placed finish will likely end up costing them a place in pot 1 for the eventual group stage draw meaning they risk being drawn into a tougher group.
Regardless, there are plenty of reasons to feel positive for them coming into this game having won their last four consecutive matches since that 2-0 loss to the Scots back in March.
That game at Hampden Park was just Luis de la Fuente's second game in charge of the side and since then they've gone from strength to strength and have since been crowned UEFA Nations League champions following wins against Italy and Croatia.
Their last two games have also resulted in convincing wins with Spain hammering Georgia 7-1 away from home before registering a 6-0 win over Cyprus the following match.
It looks as though Spain are coming into their own under their new coach and with an exciting young squad at their disposal they'll expect themselves to beat the Scots comfortably here.
Scotland currently sit top of qualifying Group A with five wins from their first five games of the campaign.
Scotland are in dreamland as a national team having displayed immense growth under Steve Clarke this past year having all but secured a place in Germany next summer.
Few anticipated they'd stomp through such a tough group on paper but they've swept all before them with wins against Spain and away in Norway having effectively sealed their spot in the tournament for the second straight edition.
They're coming into this game in excellent form overall having won four of their last five games, but their last game of the last international break was a sobering reminder of how far they still need to go in order to get where they want to be as they were comprehensively beaten 1-3 by rivals England at Hampden Park in a one-sided encounter.
Despite that defeat there are still far more positives than negatives surrounding the national team and they can come into this game with plenty of confidence in the knowledge they've already beaten their opponents.
For our Spain vs. Scotland prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.