The two British national teams have met 114 times in their history, the balance being slightly favored for the Three Lions, who won 2–0 in ’96.
Scotland are back at the wall after their first day loss against the Czech Republic, with England looking to call off the qualifying speech. An all-British challenge in Group D of the European Championships, it is played at Wembley: Southgate’s men beat Croatia and finished first in the group, but against Scotland and, in the final round, to overcome There are tests. Czech Republic.
Considering the final day of the League of Nations, England have an open streak of seven wins: only one goal in this time frame against Poland on the third day of qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. : Before Croatia, the Three Lions won a friendly against Austria and Romania by equal scores. For Scotland, Schick’s brace (complete with goals from midfield) punished Steve Clarke’s men for their first knockout after a streak of five games without a loss: two wins and three draws, with the Europeans to come. Looking at the Wally friendship, which also includes a 2-2 match against Holland on 2 June.
England and Scotland have met on 114 occasions in their history, even considering friendly matches: the two sides have never faced a national team. The balance is slightly in favor of the Three Lions, who have won 48 times against 41 losses: 25 draws. But the challenge between the two teams at the European Championships in the ’96 group stage is only one: 2–0 for England at Wembley, goals from Alan Shearer and Paul Gascoigne. Scotland’s last victory was to qualify for the European Championships in the play-offs on 17 November 1999: the English 2–0 followed by a useless 1–0 success. Since that moment, three wins and one draw for England, in the last match on the occasion of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers in Russia: 2–2.
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