After recording a 1-0 victory over Croatia on Sunday, England return to the spotlight with the aim of beating arch rivals Scotland at the Wembley Stadium on Friday.

Raheem Sterling was the hero in the previous match, converting Kalvin Phillips’ brilliant reverse pass in the second half.

Scotland, in comparison, started on a negative note losing 2-0 to Czech Republic. Patrick Schick was the hero of the game, scoring both goals including a sensational long-range effort. They hope to make amends in the next game.

England to record consecutive win

The Three Lions played well against Croatia and are expected to do even better against Scotland on Friday night.

Gareth Southgate’s side can boast of real quality and talented players on the offensive end who can cause huge damages to the Scottish national side. England may well score more than one goal.

The Tartan Army would have to defend really well as a unit to have any chance of avoiding defeat.

The odds

England are favorites to win this one, with their odds priced at 1.32 by Betway. Scotland, in comparison, have their odds pinned at 9.78. A draw has been priced at 4.93.

The game is set to produce goals. Investors could gain some money from investing in a over 1.5 (1.29).

Team news

Aaron Ramsdale has replaced Dean Henderson in the squad after the latter suffered a tournament ending injury.

England predicted XI: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Mings, Trippier, Phillips, Rice, Mount, Foden, Kane, Sterling

There have been no real issues with Scotland so far.

Scotland predicted XI: Marshall, Hendry, Hanley, Cooper, O’Donnell, McGinn, McTominay, Armstrong, Robertson, Dykes, Christie

England v Scotland head-to-head

10th June 2017: Scotland 2-2 England (FIFA World Cup qualifiers)

11th November 2016: England 3-0 Scotland (FIFA World Cup qualifiers)

18th November 2014: Scotland 1-3 England (International Friendly)

14th August 2013: England 3-2 Scotland (International Friendly)

17th November 1999: England 0-1 Scotland (UEFA European Championship)

England have clearly been the better side as compared to their arch rivals. They have won four of their last five meetings against Scotland, failing to find the net in just one of them.

Overall, England are still ahead, winning 48 and losing 41 with 25 draws.

How to follow the tournament in Ghana

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Enjoy selected live matches televised on Joy Prime (English) and Adom TV (Akan). You can also watch games in high definition on the HD+ Decoder, where Joy Prime HD is channel 102 and Adom TV HD is channel 103.

On radio, get live commentary of this match in English (Joy 99.7 FM, Luv 99.5 FM and/or Hitz 103.9 FM) or in Akan (Adom 106.3 FM, Nhyira 104.5 FM, and Asempa 94.7 FM).

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