The Tartan Army breathed a collective sigh of relief as Stephen McManus headed in a last-gasp winner against Liechtenstein to save Scottish blushes at Hampden Park back in September 2010.
Scotland are 31/100 to emerge victorious again in the reverse fixture, and while some may see that as easy money, the hosts surprised many as they beat Lithuania 2-0 in their previous home game in Group I and can be backed at 19/2.
You may wish to have a flutter on a draw at 15/4, but if you want real value, then look no further than the goalscorer markets for this one.
Scotland will be missing two key attacking players in the form of injured Kenny Miller and Steven Fletcher, who has been in self-imposed exile from the national team since February.
However, Levein has quality options to replace them with Steven Naismith, David Goodwillie and Craig Mackail-Smith at his disposal.
Naismith has banged in eight goals this season and sits atop the SPL scoring charts. You can back the Rangers utility man to break the deadlock at 7/2 and he is at 5/1 to score two or more in the Rheinpark Stadion.
Should Levein opt for Brighton star Mackail-Smith on the back of his six strikes so far in the Championship, he could well see this game as an ideal time to open his international account, and you can back him to score first at 4/1.
If you place the free £25 bet you receive when you start a bwin account today on the former Peterborough man doing just that, then you could see a whopping £125 return.
For anytime goals there is value to be found in the Scottish midfield, with Charlie Adam (17/10), Barry Bannan (3/1) and Graeme Dorrans (5/2) all decent punts.
Or if you think Liechtenstein legend Mario Frick can penetrate the Scots defence like he did at Hampden, then you can take advantage of the 3/1 on offer for him to score at any time.
Finally, the odds on McManus replicating his heroism of 13 months ago and scoring the final goal of the game are an intriguing 22/1, so if you’re a believer in déjà vu, then look no further.
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