In a sentence: Preparations for Euro 2020 continue, as neither country will feature in Russia this summer.
Last time: Hungary ran out comfortable 3-0 winners back in 2004. Szabolcs Huszti bagged twice at Hampden Park before a catalogue of errors in the Scotland area resulted in goalkeeper David Marshall diverting in to his own net.
This time: Hungary are 7/4 to emerge triumphant, with Scotland available at 13/8 and the draw is 2/1.
You might remember: Hungary’s memorable run at Euro 2016. The Zoltan Gera-led side were expected to finish bottom of a group consisting of Portugal, Iceland and Austria, but defied the odds and went through as Group F winners. The Eastern Europeans were ultimately knocked out by Belgium in the round of 16.