Craig Levein refused to discuss his future as Scotland manager as he prepares for a must-win game against Belgium on Tuesday night.

Pressure has intensified on the national team boss in the wake of Friday night's 2-1 World Cup qualifying defeat against Wales in Cardiff, which leaves the Scots second bottom of Group A, with just two points from three games, and knowing they need a victory against the section favourites in Brussels to have any hope of salvaging their campaign.

Asked if he may not be able to continue in his role if Scotland fail to deliver the goods against Belgium, Levein said: "I keep getting asked questions about 'what if this happens?' or 'what if that happens?'. I'm not prepared at all to enter into that."

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