Group F leaders England resume their World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign tomorrow night when they hosts rivals Scotland at Wembley Stadium (19:45pm).
The Three Lions, who are led by interim boss Gareth Southgate until the end of the calendar year, are currently three points ahead of Gordon Strachan’s Scots, having defeated Slovakia and Malta, before enduring a goalless encounter against Slovenia to remain unbeaten.
Meanwhile, following an encouraging start, after mauling Malta 5-1 away from home, the visitors’ qualifying campaign has taken a turn for the worst, with Scotland secondly being pegged back to a 1-1 stalemate against Lithuania, before losing 3-0 to Slovakia last time out.
However, form goes out the window ahead of Friday’s clash at Wembley, where the two nations will meet for the first time since November 2014, where goals from Wayne Rooney (2) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gave the Three Lions a 3-2 victory at Celtic Park.
So, ahead of tomorrow night’s tie, who do you fancy taking all three points in this Group F encounter?
Or, do you think England and Scotland will draw a stalemate?
Cast your vote now!