The oldest international fixture in the world returns, as Scotland take on England at Celtic Park.
This the first time since 1999 that England squad will visit Scotland. Scotland won that contest, a Euro 2000 qualifying play-off second-leg fixture, 1-0 thanks to Don Hutchison's 39th-minute winner.
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Out of 111 games played between the two sides, there have been 24 draws, 46 English wins and 41 Scottish victories. Both teams also have won their last matches, Scotland with a 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland and England triumphing 3-1 over Slovenia.
PAST THREE MEETINGS:
England 3 (Walcott, Welbeck, Lambert) Scotland 2 (Morrison, Miller), International Friendly, August 2013.
England 0 Scotland 1 (Hutchison), 2000 European Championship play-off second-leg, November 1999.
England 2 (Scholes 2) Scotland 0, 2000 European Championship play-off first-leg, November 1999.
Fixture is the oldest in football history with England and Scotland playing out a 0-0 draw in the first ever international match, played at Hamilton Crescent in 1872.
England have won six of their last eight matches against Scotland.
England have won every game since their World Cup exit, beating Norway, Switzerland, San Marino, Estonia and Slovenia.
Scotland have won two of their four European Championship qualifiers against Georgia and the Republic of Ireland, with a draw against Poland and a 2-1 defeat to Germany.Reuse content