10. Poland boast a W3 D4 L2 record against Scotland and are unbeaten in three competitive games with the Scots. Poland are 2.70 to win this clash.
9. Scotland require victory to stand any chance of progression to Euro 2016. However, they are winless in three outings (DLL) and are also 2.70 to win.
8. These sides drew 2-2 in this reverse clash back in October 2014 in a game where Scotland converted both their shots on target. They are 3.25 to draw again.
7. Shaun Maloney has scored 31% of Scotland’s goals in this qualification campaign (4/13) and is 13.00 to net first on Thursday night.
6. Poland have conceded just seven goals in eight Group D games, scoring 29. No other teams has scored more goals in qualification and Scotland are 7.50 to concede +2.5 times at Hampden Park.
5. Robert Lewandowski boasts nine goals for this qualification campaign and has scored 12 times in his last four appearances for Bayern Munich. The striker is 41.00 to bag a hat-trick.
4. After Lewandowski, Ajax’s Arkadiusz Milik has netted the second-most goals for Poland (6). He is 3.75 to net.
3. Everton’s Steven Naismith scored against Poland when these sides met in Warsaw and has netted four times for his club already this season. The attacker is 7.50 to score first.
2. Scott Brown has committed more fouls than any other player in either side during this qualifying campaign. However, the Celtic captain is yet to be booked. Brown is 3.00 to get a yellow.
1. Lewandowski, Milik and Kamil Grosicki have recorded a combined 47 shots on target during qualification. Scotland as a team boast just 30 shots on target. Poland are 4.70 to net in both halves.