Scotland forward Steven Naismith is looking forward to some away support from the loyal Tartan Army for tomorrow's vital Euro2012 qualifier in Liechtenstein.
The Scots are in desperate need of a victory over Group I's bottom-placed team in Vaduz to keep their qualification hopes alive and Naismith is confident that the travelling fans will make life a little bit easier for the team.
"The Tartan Army travel everywhere and give it their all no matter who you're playing or what the score is," he told the Scottish Football Association's official website.
"There might be a few thousand Scotland fans in the stadium, but I'm sure many more will come across and will be all around the city.
"Without a doubt, it gives the players a boost to have so many fans behind us, singing non-stop. It always pushes you on that bit further and I'm sure Saturday will be no different."
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