Scotland vs England is football's oldest international fixture that dates back to the first meeting in 1872. However, despite the long years, the rivalry between the two bordering nations flickers as intensely as ever.
The last time the two sides played, England won a tight game 3-2 with Rickie Lambert getting the winning goal. That day England had home advantage, today that privilege falls with Scotland and the Tartan Army will hope that is enough to get a victory.
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However, aside from inter-war periods, the two nations used to annually play against each other in the British Home Championship (that also included Northern Ireland and Wales) up until 1984 and then the Rous Cup (a competition between England, Scotland and a third South American nation).
The only other match between the two nations after 1989 was the 2-0 win for England at Euro 1996, famous for Paul Gascoigne's goal (below).
0 mins The game is underway!
3rd min: We've had the first attempt on goal and it has fallen to Gary Cahill. The Chelsea man gets on the end of Wayne Rooney's corner but glances wide.
5th min: Rooney plays in former club teammate Danny Welbeck who breaks into the box, although his shot is rather weak. Marshall makes a mess but gathers before Downing could pounce.
12th min: Scotland workout a clever corner until it falls to Steven Whittaker who differs and eventually shoots straight at an opponent.
32 min: GOAL! If Arsene Wenger is watching he'll be a happy lad. Jack Wilshere is given time on the left wing and he works out a brilliant diagonal pass to Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain who diverts the pass with a precise header that falls into the bottom right corner.
45+1 min: The referee blows for the end of the first half. It has been a scrappy game with little quality from either side, although England have edged it and that is reflected in the scoresheet.
Here are the statistics so far:
Scotland 4-3 England
Scotland 0-2 England
Scotland 3-1 England
Scotland 4-6 England
Scotland 54% - 46% England
Whilst we are waiting for the second half to begin, lets take a look at what is currently trending on Twitter in relation to the game: #Downing.
47th min: GOAL! I did warn you to take your seats. Wayne Rooney is another step closer to becoming England's all-time top goalscorer. It was utterly avoidable from a Scotland perspective however. A stray pass let Oxlade-Chamberlain loose and Charlie Mulgrew had to forearm smash the Arsenal winger to ensure he went no further. The free-kick on the right caused pandemonium as Scotland to clear their ranks, Rooney pounced and Craig Gordon could only watch as it bounces in.
54th min: James Milner fakes well to slip himself into the box but his shot was on his weaker left foot and barely travelled any distance before being blocked.
As the game between Scotland and England falls to an early simmering, it is time to bring you the best action from the rest of the world.
Republic of Ireland have thumped USA as goals from Pilkington, McClean and a Brady double have ensured a 4-1 victory.
Portugal have defeated Argentina 1-0 in the last minute of ordinary time. Both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were taken off at half time but young left back Raphael Guerrero made a name for himself with his first goal on his second game.
World champions Germany have defeated European champions Spain 1-0; England's Euro 2016 qualifying opponents, Switzerland, are drawing 2-2 with Poland.
Elsewhere, France are 1-0 up against Sweden and Italy defeated Albania 1-0.
83rd min: GOAL! Andrew Robertson has given Scotland a lifeline late into the game. The left back skipped past a half-hearted tackle by Raheem Sterling, plays a 1-2 with Johnny Russell and finishes at the near post.
The referee blows for full-time and England win the game 3-1. However, it isn't all good news for England and Roy Hodgson; spare a thought for England and Liverpool hot-shot Daniel Sturridge who is set for a prolonged spell on the sidelines as he has a scan on his thigh.
The striker has been out since early September with a thigh injury before suffering a calf strain in October. The latest set back is now his third in succession. It is unknown how long Sturridge will be out for.
Before I leave you, here are the stats of the match:
Scotland 8-10 England
Scotland 2-5 England
Scotland 5-3 England
Scotland 9-15 England
Scotland 53% - 47% England