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England v Scotland Preview

The first England v Scotland match took place in 1872, making the oldest fixture in international football. Tomorrow, the two nations will come face to face again, for the first time since the Euro 2000 play-off matches in 1999. They will go head to head at Wembley in a friendly to mark the 150th anniversary of th Football Association. Scotland manager, Gordon Strachan, insisted that the match was bigger than any normal friendly and called for the countries to meet more regularly on the football pitch. You can join the excitement when you buy England football tickets and Scotland football tickets and tickets for the World Cup Qualifiers securely online.

Rooney in right frame of mind for Scotland game

England manager, Roy Hodgson, has insisted that the speculation surrounding Wayne Rooney will not distract the England striker. The forward is thought to want to leave Manchester United and Chelsea have been hovering, testing United's resolve with two bids for the 27-year-old. According to Hodgson, however, Rooney will have no problem separating club and country issues and the manager expects the United man to be fully focused on the game versus Scotland. Southampton's Rickie Lambert is expected to make his debut.