Scotland manager Gordon Strachan admits that Group D could go to the final day of Euro 2016 qualifying as four countries compete for the top two spots.
Manager Gordon Strachan has admitted that Scotland's competitive Euro 2016 group could be decided on the last day of the qualifying campaign.
A 2-2 draw in Poland last night took the Scots to four points from three games - level in the Group D table with Germany and three points behind Poland and the Republic of Ireland.
Strachan feels that his side have the toughest qualifying group and one which will go the distance.
"I said it after the Germany game and this confirms it - this is the hardest group, this will go to the last day," Strachan told reporters.
Scotland face Republic of Ireland next month in their final qualifier of 2014.
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