Scotland v England Odds

Old enemies Scotland and England do battle in an international friendly at Hampden Park tonight to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the world’s oldest international fixture.

 

Scotland v England Betting Odds

The oldest international fixture in world football will be celebrated tonight when Scotland and England go head-to-head at Hampden Park, a little over 150 years after the first meeting between the sides. These two proud footballing nations first met at the West of Scotland Cricket Ground back in 1872 when they played out a goal-less draw and the arch-rivals will meet again tonight in a celebration of that first match.

 

To Win 90 Minutes

11/14

England

29/10

Draw

17/4

Scotland

Correct Score

11/2

England 1-0

6/1

Draw 1-1

7/1

England 2-0

15/2

England 2-1

19/2

Draw 0-0

12/1

Scotland 1-0

13/1

England 3-0

14/1

England 3-1

15/1

Scotland 2-1

18/1

Draw 2-2

25/1

Scotland 2-0

First Goalscorer

4/1

Harry Kane

6/1

Eddie Nketiah

6/1

Callum Wilson

15/2

Marcus Rashford

9/1

Bukayo Saka

9/1

James Maddison

Anytime Goalscorer

11/8

Harry Kane

21/10

Callum Wilson

23/10

Eddie Nketiah

13/5

Marcus Rashford

10/3

Bukayo Saka

10/3

James Maddison

Half time/Full time

15/8

England/England

15/4

Draw/England

23/5

Draw/Draw

8/1

Scotland/Scotland

10/1

Draw/Scotland

16/1

England/Draw

17/1

Scotland/Draw

25/1

Scotland/England

55/1

England/Scotland

Draw No Bet

1/3

England

11/4

Scotland

Result & BTTS

15/8

England/No

16/5

England

9/2

Draw

17/2

Scotland/No

9/1

Scotland

11/1

Draw/No

Win to Nil

15/8

England

15/2

Scotland

 

Thus far Scotland have been excellent in their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with wins in each of their five group matches, this run including a shock victory over Spain. La Roja do have two games in hand over the Scots but Steve Clarke’s men enjoy a nine-point lead over the Spaniards.

Scotland have lost 48 and won 41 of their total meetings with England over the years while the spoils were shared in each of the last two matches, including a goal-less draw in the 2022 European Championships.

England head into this clash on the back of a disappointing 1-1 draw with Ukraine in their latest Euro 2024 qualifier although their perfect record in the contest is now gone, they still sit comfortably at the summit of their group with six points separating them from second-placed Ukraine and nine points separating them from third-placed Italy who enjoy two games-in-hand over the Three Lions.

Having made it to the final of the 2020 European Championships (in 2021), Gareth Southgate’s men are expected to go deep into the Euro 2024 tournament, assuming that they qualify, and they will go up against reigning European champions Italy in their next Euro qualifier in a few weeks’ time.