What time is England vs Scotland? Euro 2020 football game kick off time, TV channel, live stream and odds

England saw off Croatia in their opening game of the 2021 Euros as Scotland tasted defeat at the hands of Czech Republic

International football's oldest rivalry will resume at Euro 2020 as England and Scotland go head-to-head for the 115th time.

The record books show that England hold the slight advantage with 48 wins to Scotland's 41 since the two nations first met way back in 1872.

That fixture is widely recognised as the first international football match in history, with 4,000 people turning out in Glasgow to witness a goalless draw on that occasion.

England and Scotland meet in the second game of the Euro 2020 group stages. (Graphic: Mark Hall / JPIMedia)

Fans will be hoping for fireworks though when the two meet at the 2021 Euros - in what will be the first time England and Scotland have faced off at a major tournament since Euro '96.

Paul Gascoigne was the star of the show on that summer's day at Wembley, but who will write their name into football folklore this time in the latest chapter of England vs Scotland?

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When is England vs Scotland?

A look back at some classic England vs Scotland encounters of years gone by. (Graphic: Mark Hall / JPIMedia)

In 2021, England and Scotland will play each other at Euro 2020 on Friday 18 June.

What time is England vs Scotland?

England and Scotland will kick off at 8pm (BST) on 18 June.

Where is England vs Scotland?

London's Wembley Stadium will be the setting for this latest instalment of England vs Scotland.

The number of people allowed into Wembley to watch the game live has been capped at 22,500 - 25% of the stadium's overall capacity.

What TV channel is England vs Scotland on?

ITV will be showing the action live on TV and online through the ITV Hub platform.

The BBC and ITV have split coverage of the Euros with every game broadcast live on TV.

England vs Scotland team news

England impressed in their opening match of Euro 2020, as a solitary Raheem Sterling strike gave the Three Lions a 1-0 win over Croatia at Wembley.

Gareth Southgate will be hoping his squad will get through another week of preparation unscathed, and that Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson make progress in their rehab.

Scotland, meanwhile, will be looking to bounce back after their first display at the Euros in 25 years saw them beaten 2-0 by Czech Republic at Hampden Park.

Skipper Andy Robertson created six chances for Scotland - the most of any player at Euro 2020 so far - and will be integral to the Tartan Army's hopes of victory at Wembley.

England vs Scotland predictions

Fixtures of this magnitude are often so difficult to predict, with form flying out the window and raw attributes tending to come to the fore.

Both sets of players will be desperate to do their country proud and keep their respective Euro 2020 hopes alive with a valuable three points.

Expect a tight and competitive match, little space for either side to work in and - if there is to be a winner - then a moment of brilliance or defensive mistake could prove the difference.

Prediction: 1-1.

Latest England vs Scotland odds

England are heavily tipped to come out on top when they meet Scotland in the Euros on 18 June.

Bookies have Gareth Southgate's Three Lions at 1/3 on to see off Scotland, whereas Steve Clarke's Tartan Army are 9/1 to beat England.

A draw is getting some attention at 4/1.

Last result between England vs Scotland?

Scotland were seconds away from recording a memorable victory over England the last time the two nations met, in a World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park in 2017.

Three Lions forward Harry Kane popped up with an injury time equaliser as the match ended 2-2 after a dramatic finale to the contest which saw Leigh Griffiths put the Tartan Army ahead.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had put England ahead on 70 minutes before Griffiths wiped out the lead three minutes from time and then put the hosts in front on the stroke of 90.

But Kane was on hand to dash Scottish hopes of getting one over the Auld Enemy deep into injury time to rescue a point for England on their way to World Cup 2018 qualification.