Scotland, England and something worth winning: bragging rights | Football

Colin Hendry on the turf and Gazza in the dentist’s chair. Bruce Rioch being carried off by the Tartan Army in 1977. Jim Baxter taunting the world champions by doing keepie-uppies at Wembley in 1967. There are few things more sacred and pure in the sporting world than the rivalry between Scotland and England. This is, quite literally, football heritage and with Tuesday’s friendly between the Auld enemies officially branded as a “heritage” match to mark the 150th anniversary of the first ever international fixture, there will be one eye on the present and one on the past.

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