Celtic’s Joe Ledley believes the recent improvement made by the Welsh and Scottish national teams would make for a very interesting affair the next time the teams meet.
Despite both teams missing out on the 2012 European Championships, Wales winger Ledley is confident that his side, along with the Scots, have gotten a lot better and would produce a great game of football when they step out against each other.
"We're cooking at the moment! I think with Wales we've found the best formation. We all know our strengths as a team and the manager (Gary Speed) has been brilliant,” he said.
"He just lets us get out there and play, and we've got players who are good on the ball. We're hitting good form at the moment and hopefully we can move up the rankings.
"The games with Scotland should be great. They've got Darren Fletcher, Charlie Adam and a few others who are playing down in the Premier League so they've got a good squad as well.
"They're normally good games between Wales and Scotland so we'll look forward to those. It will be handy for me just to meet the boys across the city."