England and Scotland are gearing as much as face off at this summer time’s rearranged European Championship.
Euro 2020 has been rescheduled to later this 12 months following the impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown.
The draw for the match’s group stage was accomplished in November 2019 and positioned England in Group D with Croatia and the Czech Republic.
The ultimate place was drawn because the winner of play-off Path C with qualifying but to be absolutely determined.
Scotland had been in that path and beat Serbia on penalties to e-book their place on the match and a date with Auld Enemies England.
England v Scotland: When is it?
Euro 2020 will get below manner on Friday, June 11.
England will face Croatia of their Group D opener on June 13, whereas Scotland face the Czechs of their first tie a day later.
Then, it’ll be the large one as England face Scotland at Wembley on Friday, June 18.
It is going to kick-off at 8pm below the arch in London with 22,500 followers in attendance and might be a repeat of their basic encounter at Euro 96.
England received that day 2-Zero due to targets from Alan Shearer and Paul Gascoigne.
England and Scotland’s most up-to-date conferences got here in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
The Three Lions received 3-Zero at Wembley earlier than a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park.
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England v Scotland: What has been mentioned?
England boss Gareth Southgate: “What a sport. That makes our lives extra sophisticated for positive.
“It is going to hopefully be a incredible event with followers, however that’s the one factor none of us can management.
“I’m delighted for them. I’m significantly happy for Steve Clarke. He’s an ideal man and has completed an ideal job.
“That might be a humdinger of a sport.
“They’ve received a workforce that’s bettering shortly with lots of gamers who’ve emerged within the final two or three years. The likes of John McGinn, Scott McTominay, Kieran Tierney, Andrew Robertson.”