So much has been made about Armistice Day and 'Poppygate' that it's easy to forget there's a World Cup qualifier taking place tonight between football's oldest enemies.
Scotland rock into London for the Wembley fixture in fourth position but just three points off England in top spot, looking for their first victory over their southern neighbours since the second leg of their Euro 2000 playoff, which still saw England progress 2-1 on aggregate.
The Tartan Army, as they tend to, are taking London by storm, and one small branch of Scots decided to mercilessly rib their opponents about a certain defeat at Euro 2016. It only took an Iceland store and a camera to create a beautiful entry in the storied history between the two nations...
Scotland fans in London... ?? pic.twitter.com/CWtwC6ipUj
— Casual Saturdays (@CasualSaturdays) November 11, 2016
Take a bew, chaps.
Mind you, English fans weren't too long in delivering their retorts...
— ⚔ (@Scott_Ryan_) November 11, 2016