Scotland and Wales have played a lot. And by a lot, we mean just that. Scotland have only faced one side more often than the Welsh, England.
As a result, this week's trivia focuses on the players who have been playing abroad while gaining caps for Scotland. There aren't many of them.
Four, infact. So who are these mystery men?
The former Rangers, Aberdeen and Hearts midfielder had two spells in Belgium with Lokeren, as well as spending time in Iceland with Valur. Bett was capped twice against Wales while playing in Belgium, in a 2-1 victory in 1984 and the fateful 1-1 draw in November 1985.
Jordan made eight appearances for Scotland against the Welsh, the last of which was in a 1-0 victory while he was plying his trade at AC Milan. He's also the only man on this list to be sent off against Wales.
Miller could yet become the fifth (or sixth) overseas player to play against Wales, but he's already accomplished the feat. Miller was at Bursaspor when playing for Scotland in the Carling Nations Cup.
The tough-tackling midfielder came up against Wales six times in his career, five of them while he was at Liverpool. His sixth and final appearance for Scotland against Wales was in March 1985, when he was at Sampdoria, when the Scotland side went down 1-0 to a goal by his former Liverpool team-mate, Ian Rush.
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