England and Scotland are gearing up to face off at this summer’s rearranged European Championship.
Euro 2020 has been rescheduled to later this year following the impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown.
The draw for the tournament’s group stage was completed in November 2019 and placed England in Group D with Croatia and the Czech Republic.
The final place was drawn as the winner of play-off Path C with qualifying yet to be fully decided.
Scotland were in that path and beat Serbia on penalties to book their place at the tournament and a date with Auld Enemies England.
England v Scotland: When is it?
Euro 2020 will get under way on Friday, June 11.
England will face Croatia in their Group D opener on June 13, while Scotland face the Czechs in their first tie a day later.
Then, it’ll be the big one as England face Scotland at Wembley on Friday, June 18.
It will kick-off at 8pm under the arch in London with 22,500 fans in attendance.
The game will be live on talkSPORT as we bring you commentary from all 51 Euro 2020 matches this summer.
This will be a repeat of their classic encounter at Euro 96. England won that day 2-0 thanks to goals from Alan Shearer and Paul Gascoigne.
England and Scotland’s most recent meetings came in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
The Three Lions won 3-0 at Wembley before a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park.
Euro 2020 fixtures: Full rundown of dates and kick-off times including England, Wales and Scotland matches – with all 51 games live on talkSPORT
England v Scotland: What has been said?
England boss Gareth Southgate: “What a game. That makes our lives more complicated for sure.
“It will hopefully be a fantastic occasion with fans, but that’s the one thing none of us can control.
“I’m delighted for them. I’m particularly pleased for Steve Clarke. He’s a great guy and has done a great job.
“That will be a humdinger of a game.
“They’ve got a team that is improving quickly with a lot of players who have emerged in the last two or three years. The likes of John McGinn, Scott McTominay, Kieran Tierney, Andrew Robertson.”