FIFA have told Scotland that they must wear their AWAY top against Slovakia at Hampden Park tonight.
The match officials deemed that the white sleeves on Scotland’s dark blue home jersey clash with the Slovakian kits.
It is expected that the Slovakians will be wearing their white jersey, which they wore when they beat Scotland last year 3-0.
The bizarre decision is not the first one that Scotland have had to swallow after November’s 3-0 defeat at Wembley, whereby the Scots had to dawn the pink jersey against the Auld Enemy.
Darren Fletcher voiced his displeasure at the kit back in March.
“When I saw the pink kit, I did everything I could to stop us wearing it.
“I said you have to speak to somebody to make a one-off kit instead, but it didn’t happen.
“Scotland should never have worn pink against England, but it was apparently because we had white sleeves on our blue shirts.
“FIFA have crazy rules and it should never have happened.
“It might come to it again in June, but it would be disgraceful if Scotland were forced to wear their away kit at home. It should just never happen.”
Scotland kick off the crucial match tonight at 19:45.