Scotland v England – Live TV Coverage on ITV & Sky Sports 1

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Scotland v England – Live TV Coverage on ITV & Sky Sports 1

England travel to Scotland today for a World Cup 2018 Group F qualifier.

The match takes place at Hampden Park, as the old rivals meet for the 114th time, and will be shown live on ITV and Sky Sports 1

Gordon Strachan will know victory – or at the very least a draw – is imperative here if his men are to stand a realistic chance of qualification, while a win for Gareth Southgate would put England in a dominant position in their quest to reach the finals in Russia.

This is the first meeting between the sides on this ground since November 1999, when Kevin Keegan’s England secured a 2-0 victory in the first leg of a UEFA Euro 2000 play-off thanks to a brace from Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes.

ITV’s coverage is presented by Mark Pougatch from 4.30pm, where he’ll be joined in the studio by Ian Wright, Ally McCoist, Lee Dixon and Ryan Giggs.

Commentary comes from Clive Tyldesley, Glenn Hoddle and Kevin Gallacher.

Kick-off 5.00pm.

Sky’s coverage gets underway at 4.00pm on Sky Sports 1 with live streaming on Now TV and Sky Go. Martin Tyler and Gary Neville will call the action on Sky.

The match will also be streamed live on the ITV Hub, and free-to-air highlights will be shown from 11.25pm on ITV this evening.

Updated on Saturday 10 June 2017 by @TVNewsroom

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