Scotland Under-21 striker Johnny Russell has called on his team-mates to ensure their unbeaten Euro 2013 qualifying campaign counts for something when they take on Austria.
Billy Stark’s team are aiming to be one of the four best second-placed teams to gain a place in the play-offs for the tournament in Israel.
The Scots, currently on 13 points, are already guaranteed to finish as runners-up to The Netherlands in Group 10.
Armenia, Portugal and Switzerland currently have 14 points with one match remaining while Turkey finished behind Italy with 15 points in Group 7.
Ahead of the match in Altach, Dundee United striker Russell wants to finish the campaign on a high.
He said: "We've got one game left and it would be really disappointing if we didn't manage to get in the play-offs, the way we have performed throughout the campaign. It would be a bit of a gutter for us.
"There's no point putting in all that effort and you have nothing to show for it.
"We are confident. Even against Austria at home we had a few chances and felt we could have gone on and won it.
"We have to win there so that's exactly what we'll be aiming to do.
"We will be going over there attacking and hopefully we get a result and get ourselves into the play-offs."
Jordan Rhodes and James Forrest came off the bench for the senior side in their opening World Cup 2014 qualifying match against Serbia having featured for the Under-21 earlier in the campaign.
And Russell believes the squad have done well to cope with the changes.
"It's great credit to the lads that the boys that we have lost, the other boys can step in," he said.
"We've got a great squad with great players.
"We always knew it was going to be difficult and players were going to miss out.
"It's credit to everyone that has stepped in, they have been brilliant."