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Is the upcoming Old Firm meeting the most important to Scottish football in recent memory?

After the disappointment of missing out on Euro 2016, there appears to be a fresh sense of optimism surrounding Scottish football right now. 

While, clearly, beating Malta 5-1 is no suggestion that Gordan Strachan will lead the Tartan Army into their first major tournament since 1998, the early signs are promising at least.

The emergence of young Oliver Burke and the return of Robert Snodgrass have provided Strachan will more options available to him in the Euro qualifiers.

Throw in burgeoning talents such as Ryan Gauld, Callum Paterson and Kieran Tierney and the foundations of a new generation are slowly falling into place.

A reasonably open group, which also contains England and the spectacle that goes along with that, may well see some the long-suffering Scots provide us with more antics such as this on their travels.

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