Sven-Goran Eriksson is heading to Scotland this weekend to watch the Glasgow derby.
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is to make the trip to Scotland this weekend to take in the Glasgow derby between Celtic and Rangers.
It will be Sven's 72nd match of the season as he continues his preparations for the European Championship in the summer. He believes it could be one of the best he's seen this term.
"I am very much looking forward to attending this game," he told us before heading north. "I have been to Celtic Park once this season when they played Bayern Munich. There was a vibrant atmosphere that night but, from what people tell me, it is going to be a big, big atmosphere on Sunday too.
"Of course I have experienced derbies as a manager myself in Rome but I have to say that I am looking forward to being in the crowd for this one."
However, Sven admits that his interest is not just passing.
"Alan Thompson should be playing for Celtic and it will be interesting to see how he does. We have one more match against Sweden before I name my squad and I can say again that the door is not closed for him or any player."
Tord Grip will be going to The FA Cup Quarter-Final between Manchester United and Fulham.
Sven names his EURO 2004 squad here on TheFA.com on 17 May.