England and Scotland share a rich history that has thrown up some classics
15 April 1961: England 9-3 Scotland
Jimmy Greaves scored a hat-trick, but it was Johnny Haynes who stole the show as he tormented Scotland with a masterclass performance from inside forward.
Haynes and Bobby Smith scored two each while Bobby Robson and Bryan Douglas were both on target to secure the Three Lions to an unforgettable win that secured England the British Home Championship.
14 February 1973: Scotland 0-5 England
The Scottish FA invited England to Hampden Park to launch their centenary celebrations, but it was the Three Lions who lit up a bitterly cold night with a dazzling display of attacking football.
Just six minutes had gone when Peter Lorimer headed into his own net for the floodgates to open, and further goals from Allan Clarke and Mike Channon secured England a 3-0 half-time lead.
The second-half was much the same with the shell-shocked Scots unable to provide any answers as Martin Chivers and another strike from Clarke sealed a 5-0 victory.
24 May 1975: England 5-1 Scotland
England fired five again on another splendid Wembley occasion and a forgettable day for Scotland goalkeeper Stewart Kennedy.
He stood rooted to the spotted as Gerry Francis opened the scoring from 25 yards, and he picked the ball out of his net again soon after. A Kevin Beattie header and a rasping strike from Colin Bell gave England a three-goal lead.
Bruce Rioch had pulled a goal back from the spot for the Scots before half-time, but the rout was completed courtesy of second-half goals from Francis and a David Johnson strike.
15 June 1996: England 2-0 Scotland
A never-to-be-forgotten afternoon for England fans as the Three Lions, and Paul Gascoigne in particular, produced a moment of magic during this Euro 96 group match.
Terry Venables knew his side had to win after drawing their opening match with Switzerland, and his nerves were eased when Alan Shearer headed England into the lead.
A tense first-half was followed by a dramatic second as Scotland looked to draw level. They had the perfect chance when they were awarded a penalty, but a fantastic save from David Seaman denied Gary McCallister.
Things got better for England just minutes later when the magical Gascoigne scored one of, if not the most memorable goals seen at Wembley, lifting the ball over Colin Hendry’s head before volleying it into the net to seal a 2-0 victory.
13 November 1999: Scotland 0-2 England
Paul Scholes powered England half-way to Euro 2000 with two first-half goals.
The midfielder outfoxed the Scotland defence to silence Hampden Park and give Kevin Keegan’s team a crucial advantage for the second leg at Wembley.
After a frantic opening to the match, Scholes broke the deadlock on 21 minutes, taking a long pass on his chest and firing into the corner. His second came 20 minutes later, a powerful header from David Beckham's pinpoint free-kick.
The goals proved vital as Scotland were to win the second-leg 1-0 at Wembley, but bowed out 2-1 on aggregate.