Scotland played host to England on a gloriously sunny day at Hampden Park on Saturday, knowing that a loss would mean that their 2018 World Cup hopes were officially dead.
The atmosphere was always going to be electric considering the opponents, but even before kick-off the England players would have known just how hostile the crowd would be towards them.
After being booed for the warm-up, they then heard resounding boos for 'God Save The Queen', before the Tartan Army absolutely belted out 'Flower of Scotland' at the top of their lungs.
Reckon they're up for it?
Martin Tyler was not impressed with the reception for GSTQ, but he knew it was coming. Scott Brown had the 1000 yard stare in the tunnel as the teams were lead out and everything, it's clear that that Scots were absolutely desperate to give a good showing of themselves in this game.
The tartan army made their presence felt, but it's over to the players now.