SCOTLAND are expected to announce a November home friendly with the USA after the Americans clinched their spot in the World Cup.
The Scots have two international dates in November and manager Gordon Strachan is eager to try to play twice.
Jurgen Klinsmann’s side had been lined up for a rematch after last year’s 5-1 mauling in Florida.
But it depended on the USA clinching qualification for Brazil next year because they could have had to negotiate a play-off game on one of the dates in question.
However, Honduras’s 2-2 draw with Panama meant the US have now qualified directly and are free to take up Scotland’s invitation to travel to Hampden.
The Americans were last in Glasgow for a November 2005 match when Scotland’s Andy Webster cancelled out a Josh Wolff goal and manager Walter Smith’s side settled for a 1-1 draw.
Their only other visit to Glasgow was in 1952 when they crashed 6-0 to a hat-trick by Lawrie Reilly and a double by Ian McMillan.