Scotland face England in a historic 'friendly' marking a milestone in the rivalry between two of world footballs founding powers.

The teams will meet at Hampden to mark the 150th anniversary of the first international – a goalless draw at the West of Scotland Cricket Club in Partick.

Scotland boss Steve Clarke’s side go into the game on a high having won 11 qualifying matches in a row. Friday’s 3-0 victory in Cyprus made it five wins from five in the Euro 2024 qualifiers and kept open the possibility of Scotland qualifying tonight.

Gareth Southgate's team stumbled in their own qualification quest with a 1-1 draw with Ukraine in Poland at the weekend, but are still top their group and are on course to make the finals. 

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One man who's backing Scotland is former boss Gordon Strachan - who said:  "The way that Scotland played has evolved since the last time the two sides met. The system has changed, and the Scottish FA deserve credit because they’ve allowed Steve to get on with his job. That has really helped the development of his team. There aren’t many teams in the world that would like to play Scotland right now.

"I don’t think Scotland will get beat. I don’t think that we will get beat whatsoever."

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