The Scots first welcomed the 'Auld Enemy' to the West of Scotland Cricket Club in 1872, with 4,000 fans watching as international football was born with a 0-0 draw.
Tonight’s contest is the first friendly between the two rivals in almost nine years, which England won at Celtic Park, but there have been three competitive meetings between them since - the last two of which have been draws.
The last match was a tepid stalemate at Wembley during the group stage of Euro 2020, while the previous clash in Glasgow in 2017 saw Harry Kane net a last-gasp equaliser to save England’s blushes following a Leigh Griffiths late show in a dramatic World Cup qualifier.
Both sides are on the brink of reaching Euro 2024 and will put their respective successful qualifying campaigns to one side in a high-profile showdown that will be a friendly in name only.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Scotland vs England is scheduled for a 7:45pm BST kick-off today, Tuesday September 12, 2023.
The match will take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
Where to watch Scotland vs England
TV channel: In the UK, Tuesday’s game will be shown live and free-to-air on Channel 4, with coverage starting at 7pm.
Live stream: Fans will also be able to watch a free live stream online via the Channel 4 website and app.
Live blog: Follow all the action with Standard Sport’s dedicated live match blog, with expert analysis from chief football correspondent Dan Kilpatrick at Hampden.
Scotland vs England lineups and team news
Scotland XI: Gunn, Porteous, Hendry, Tierney, Hickey, McGregor, Robertson, Gilmour, McTominay, McGinn, Adams
Subs: McCrorie, Clark, Souttar, Dykes, Christie, McKenna, Armstrong, Ferguson, Nisbet, Jack, Patterson, McLean, Shankland
England XI: Ramsdale, Walker, Guehi, Dunk, Trippier, Phillips, Rice, Foden, Bellingham, Rashford, Kane
Subs: Johnstone, Pickford, Chilwell, Henderson, Maguire, Tomori, Saka, Eze, Colwill, Maddison, Gallagher, Wilson, Nketiah
Scotland vs England prediction
Scotland have more than enough about them to claim a win in front of their home fans, especially considering how half-baked England looked at the weekend.
England had to rely on some inspiration from Kane to claim a point against Ukraine, so Southgate could do with more spark in midfield to make a real game of it.
Scotland 2-2 England.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Scotland wins: 41
England wins: 48
Scotland vs England match odds
Scotland to win: 16/5
England to win: 4/5
Harry Kane to score two or more: 6/1
Odds via Betfair (subject to change).