Around 2,600 tickets will be made available for Scotland supporters for the Euro 2020 group stage game against England at Wembley next month.
An attendance of 25,000 is set to be permitted in total as the Auld Enemy meet in a reprise of their famous Euro 96 clash.
Scotland fans that day made a lasting impression with their half-time rocking and even reduced numbers should still make for a fantastic atmosphere as Steve Clarke goes head-to-head with Gareth Southgate in the second group fixture for each team.
Whether official advice warns against it, many ticketless Scots will surely find their way down to London for the game as well.
England's opening opponents Croatia are set to appoint former Manchester City defender Vedran Corluka to their coaching staff ahead of the Euros while five of the finalists have already named their provisional squads for the tournament.
Hungary, Netherlands, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine are the first to give an idea of what their final parties will look like, with the official Uefa website updating the details as they come in.
Holland's 34-man group includes English-based players such as Donny van de Beek of Manchester United and Manchester City defender Nathan Ake although Virgil van Dijk announced earlier in the week that he would not be able to play as his focus turns to being fit for the start of next season with Liverpool.
His Anfield colleague Georginio Wijnaldum will captain the Dutch in van Dijk's absence.