Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the Group D clash between England and Scotland at Wembley. It’s a contest jam-packed with historic rivalry but it's also got significant implications for both sides as they look to come through the group. There’s plenty on the line and it all gets underway at 8pm BST.
Euro / Group Stage
Wembley / 18.06.2021
MATCH REPORT: England will have to wait to secure a place in the last 16 of Euro 2020 following a lacklustre performance in a 0-0 draw with an impressive Scotland at Wembley.
Lacklustre England held by spirited Scotland at Wembley
End of 2nd Half
FULL TIME: England 0-0 Scotland. Huge cheers from the Scottish fans and a few boos for England.
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That's a HUGE goalmouth scramble! Rice tries to take James's low ball in from the right on the burst. It bounces around with bodies everywhere, but it doesn't drop for an England shirt for a tap-in and Scotland survive.
Two minutes added.
O Flower of Scotland can be heard in the Wembley air. No doubt which set of supporters are happiest at the moment. England still hoping to nick it though.
O'Donnell booked for taking down Grealish as he tried to get England motoring.
SCOTLAND CHANGE: Nisbet on for Adams.
Plenty of top performances out there for Scotland. Not many for England it has to be said.
AS IT STANDS: England are second in Group D on four points and behind leaders Czech Republic on goal difference. Croatia are third on one point along with Scotland in fourth.
Both sides still feel they can win this. Scotland aren't sitting back and are going for it. The match is so open. Could we still get a winner?
Adams is left free at the far post after England struggled to deal with Robertson's left-wing cross but loses composure and skews a difficult shot well wide.
SCOTLAND CHANGE: Armstrong on for Gilmour.
ENGLAND CHANGE: Rashford on for Kane. Yes, Harry Kane has been substituted.
Slick play from England. Shaw plays a wonderful one-two with Mount but flashes well wide of the far post.
Sterling frowns, Kane looks tired and a tad forlorn. Lots of agitated English faces at present. Meanwhile, it looks like Rashford could be about to enter the fray.