Moldova have been the whipping boys in Group F with seven defeats and just one solitary point from their eight played so far. They have lost their last seven competitive games and that one point came against the Faroe Islands. At home, they have lost five of their last eight although they did draw a friendly match with Russia here.
Scotland sit second placed in the group on 17 points an uncatchable seven behind leaders Denmark and four ahead of third placed Israel. It has been four successive victories for the Tartan Army to a combined aggregate score of six goals to two. Lyndon Dykes has netted four of the last six international goals for Scotland but is suspended for this one.
Moldova vs Scotland: Match Stats
Three of the last four Scotland victories have all been by the same 1-0 scoreline while their previous including at home to Moldova in September. Back the visitors to get the victory they need but with the game to also have under 2.5 goals.
Lyndon Dykes has been the main man for Scotland at the moment with four goals from his last four appearances but he is absent here. Che Adams has been playing well in the Premier League and he looks the value to grab the first goal here as he will be tasked with leading the line in the absence of Dykes.
4 September 2021: Scotland 1-0 Moldova, World Cup Qualifier
4 June 2005: Scotland 2-0 Moldova, World Cup Qualifier
13 October 2004: Moldova 1-1 Scotland, World Cup Qualifier
These sides have met three times previously with Scotland winning two of those and the other ending in a draw. The last meeting between the duo came in September at Hampden in a match that finished 1-0 to the Scots.