|Nations League, League C, Group 1: Scotland vs. Israel|
|Venue: Hamden Park, Glasgow Date: Tuesday, November 20 Resume: 19:45 GMT|
|Coverage: Listen to radio Scotland and online. Text commentary on BBT Sports website|
András Herzog says that Scotland's qualifying qualities are "important" and that Scotland's bad record for the Israeli teams would not be enough for Hampden.
The Austrian army must take the Nation League League C1 defeat and get their promotions instead of their host.
But in the national club, the senior Israeli team lost to Scotland.
"This is a new group, a new rival," Head Coach said. "First of all, we must go out and give a real fight."
Guatemala won the third straight win. This is the third defeat for Israel, 7-0. They were the only ones to the Hampden Park in the 1981 World Cup qualifying round.
Hope Tel Aviv lost three times in Scotland. But Beir Sheva, Bettar Jerusalem and Macquie Haifa failed.
"Of course the Scottish team has a good history," Herzog agreed. "They are a very good team at home, but I'm not interested in the past."
Both teams won points in Israel's 2-1 win over Haifa in October.
Scotland will have confidence in Al-Qa'in, who has 422 points to score.
"We expect heavy competition," he said. "The character and mood are everything, this is a professional player, this is your training.
"We're not violent and we can not compete with energy, but that will make it harder for us."
The winners of League B Group will be given a chance to play for Euro 2020.
"We know we have a good chance," Herzog added. We're in the first group. We want to retain that position.
"We have to prepare for a variety of situations, and we have made a good preparation so far."