Scotland national team boss Craig Levein admits that goalkeeper Allan McGregor is going to have produce a massive performance in Spain tonight to keep the teams Euro2012 chances alive.
The Scots are away to the World Champions in Alicante and require a victory or hope that Lithuania defeat the Czech Republic to finish second in Group I and move into the play-off round.
But Levein says Scotland's chances lie with Rangers gloveman McGregor who will need to be at his best to deny the star-studded Spanish outfit.
"Allan might have to make a dozen brilliant saves if we are to pull this off. That's a fact," he said.
"However, I am confident he CAN make a dozen brilliant saves.
"If we are going to win then Spain probably have to under-perform and we need to have 11 players at the top of their game.
"But we are not scared of anything here - there's nothing to be afraid of.
"That's the way Allan will look at it because he has that type of personality."