It isn’t just Scotland’s World Cup hopes that have been transformed over the last four games of the qualifying game.
A Scotland team in excellent form with momentum behind them and carrying genuine hope of qualifying for the World Cup play-offs, backed by a Tartan Army cheering the news of English goals.
Scotland defender Christophe Berra insists they can’t afford to let the pace drop when they meet Malta at Hampden tonight.
Some feared Scotland’s World Cup dream would melt on the plastic in Vilnius but instead it was recycled.
A lot has happened since January 15, 2013.
The World Cup needs the Tartan Army and the Tartan Army needs a World Cup.
Hibs midfielder Vykintas Slivka has confirmed there is confidence running through the Lithuanian camp ahead of the match against Scotland.
Jordan Archer has revealed he made his mum cry when he told her he had been called into the Scotland squad.
Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain has revealed the burning desire he has to get back involved in the Scotland set-up.
Every single Scotland player is ready to play on plastic, according to assistant manager Mark McGhee.