Scotland v the Netherlands is a fixture that certainly brings back mixed emotions for me.
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It may not have been the prediction of the century but my suggestion in last week’s column that Pedro Caixinha’s days at Rangers were numbered came true.
The big story of the week in these parts is of course the departure of Ray McKinnon as Dundee United boss.
So Gordon Strachan and Scotland did part company after all but that leaves a big question unanswered.
I must admit, I’ve changed my mind.
The greatest thing of all going into tonight's game is that our destiny is in our own hands.
Dundee’s record of conceding goals from corners was highlighted at the weekend after they lost another to Kilmarnock.
I said last week that Scotland were drinking in the last-chance saloon so we will raise a glass to a job well done with the two wins over Lithuania and Malta in the World Cup qualifiers.
Scotland travel to play Lithuania in Vilnius tomorrow night with one simple aim – they have to win no matter what.
The big debate of the week seems to be – is Celtic’s Champions League qualification good for Scottish football?