We've come to the final round of qualification for Euro 2012, and the playoff slot for Group I remains undecided. Spain, perfect in the group, clinched automatic qualification ages ago, but now Czech Republic and Scotland are battling for the right to go on to the playoff stages. Scotland have a one-point advantage over the Czechs, but, of course, have to face Spain, while their competition faces off against an "experimental" Lithuania side.
So will Spain go easy on the Scots? They are fielding an interesting lineup, while Scotland are sticking with the same squad that brought them a 1-0 victory over Liechtenstein. Personally, I'm excited to see how Alan Hutton fares against La Roja. I'm certain he'll be the one carrying Scotland's hopes.