The 150th Anniversary of the oldest international fixture in football will be celebrated on Tuesday night (19.45) as Scotland host England in a friendly at Hampden Park.

Steve Clarke’s side have opened their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with five successive wins, and they will be hoping to carry that form over into this fixture.

Meanwhile, England started this international break with an underwhelming 1-1 draw with Ukraine on Saturday, with Kyle Walker cancelling out Oleksandr Zinchenko’s opener.

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  • Both teams to score
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Scotland to win

Scotland have been on fire in qualifying for Euro 2024 and they can carry that form into Tuesday’s friendly with England at what should be a lively Hampden Park.

In Group A of Euro 2024 qualification, Scotland have been the team to beat, winning all five of their games, scoring 12 goals in the process and conceding only once.

That run has left them above Spain and Norway in standings, and spirits should be high in the Scotland camp ahead of Tuesday’s clash.

Despite England’s draw with Ukraine, they are still very much on course to qualify for next year’s tournament in Germany, but the performance did little to appease disgruntled England fans.

I think Scotland can make their home advantage count here, and claim a famous victory.

Both teams to score

Scotland are scoring for fun at the moment, bagging 12 in their last five outings.

Despite the performance against the Ukraine, England still possess plenty of quality within their ranks including the likes of Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Phil Foden and Jude Bellingham – all of which are capable of finding the back of the net.

Scotland have only conceded once during the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, but I do think a clean sheet will be hard to come by here, just with the firepower the Three Lions have going forward.

Gareth Southgate will be demanding a much-improved performance from his players too so I can certainly see both sides finding the back of the net in this one.

Scott McTominay to score anytime

A key figure in Scotland’s recent success has been the Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay, who has thrived in Steve Clarke’s system.

McTominay has been playing more advanced for his country than he does for his club, and clearly reaping the benefits, bagging six goals in Euro 2024 qualifying, including goals in their last two matches against Georgia and Cyprus.

I think backing him to score anytime here is a decent shout, given the form he is in.

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