England and Scotland will meet for the 113th time on Friday when they clash in a crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions will be hoping for a win which would put some daylight between them and the rest of the teams in Group F, having dropped points last time out in Slovenia.
Interim boss Southgate will take charge of his third game since being placed in temporary charge, and he’d love to register a win over the Scots in a bid to secure the role permanently in the near future.
For Scotland, it’s been a testing few months.
Gordon Strachan is under pressure after picking up just four points from their first three games – the last of which was a 3-0 battering in Slovakia back in September.
However, Strachan and his men will know that victory at Wembley would put them level on points with Friday’s opponents, and give them a decent chance of qualifying from the group.
The build-up is well underway ahead of the 113th meeting between the sides, and here are TEN things you need to know ahead of the game on Friday…