Despite Scotland's success, it was heartbreak for Northern Ireland in their play-off match against Slovakia after a narrow 2-1 defeat.
The stakes couldn't be higher and we'll be with you with all the team news and build-up ahead of kick-off at the Netanya Stadium.
It will be Scotland's first appearance at a major worldwide tournament since the 1998 World Cup.
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"It's a very hard time for Scotland because of the coronavirus pandemic and we spoke before the game about the chance to put a smile on their faces", Scotland boss Steve Clarke told a news conference. My players implemented the tactics well and I think we can build on it in the future.
Marshall revealed the officials had told him to put his celebrations on hold as there was a VAR check for encroachment when Mitrovic took the penalty. That's a monkey off the back now, ' Christie said. Dykes was a Livingston player when first approached to play for Scotland previous year.
"I hope everyone back home is having a party tonight". It's for the whole nation, it's been a frightful year for everyone. "Maybe that's what happened over the last 20-odd years and we don't want that to happen to us".
The team is not one of those "glamour" once as we all remember from the past, it's a team of hard working heroes as they are prepared to go that extra mile and be knitted together in a way that makes them a difficult group to compete against. The Motherwell pair of Stephen O'Donnell and Declan Gallagher came to Clarke's attention when he was in charge at Kilmarnock and Gallagher's confident handling of Mitrovic on Thursday endorsed the manager's eye for innate talent and character. That will be a humdinger of a game.
Steve Clarke has selected his Scotland XI to face Israel, with Arsenal star Kieran Tierney, Aston Villa's John McGinn and Ryan Christie all set to play their third game in six days.