Scottish fans have hit London in their thousands, preparing themselves for the match between England and Scotland at as the Euro 2020 continues.
With their fine form from the previous match, England will be aiming to join Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands in the last 16 of Euro 2020 on Friday.
The oldest and most played fixture in international football takes place at a major tournament for just the second time with
The Scots will be aiming to avenge England’s 2-0 win at Euro 96 Wembley Stadium. The match starts at 20:00 GMT.
Interestingly, England manager Gareth Southgate has a good history with the team as he was part of that winning side 25 years ago, but does not want his players to be distracted by the acrimony that surrounds a meeting with Scotland.
Southgate has also made some comments in regards to the match. The Three Lions manager said, “For the fans and for us it is a big occasion but it is another opportunity for three points and our objective is qualification. That is what we have got to focus on,”
“I want them to approach it like any other game of football and focus on playing well and (they) don’t need to emphasis the other parts too much.”
Fans and football enthusiasts have expressed interest in the match to the extent that Scottish fans have stormed London in their thousands.
The implication of this development is that. just 2,500 tickets are available for the 22,500 crowd, due to the restrictions imposed, since the deadly coronavirus started.