Scotland are still due to play the Czech Republic despite the latter declaring they would not play their upcoming fixture amid coronavirus fears.
The two teams are set to meet in a Nations League clash on Monday and Steve Clarke's men are training ahead of the game as normal.
The Scots could only draw 1-1 with Israel on Friday night in their group opener, while the Czech’s beat Slovakia 3-1 at the same time.
However, with two players quarantined after testing positive for coronavirus and Slavia Prague threatening to withdraw their players, they announced soon after they will not fulfil the fixture.
A statement said: "Although the Czech national team defeated Slovakia 3-1 on Friday, the second match in Olomouc against Scotland will not take place in September.
"The international break is over, the squad has been disbanded.
"The reason is a conflict between the assigned medical professional and the head of the Czech FA.
"There is great concern that the virus could spread further. The match with Scotland will not take place on Monday."
Czech plans had been affected after West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek and RB Leipzig striker Patrik Schick were told to self-isolate after coming into contact with a backroom staff member who tested positive for the virus.
As a result, they delayed their departure for Slovakia by 24 hours while the squad was re-tested, before players traveled by car to their venue.
Clarke’s side are due to travel to Olomouc on Sunday and UEFA have had their say on the matter.
According to UEFA, the game will in fact go ahead and have referred to their rules set out last week.
Uefa recently outlined principles for scenarios where Covid-19 impacted fixtures.
And they stated that a game would go ahead as long as a team had at least 13 players available, including a goalkeeper.