What channel is Scotland vs England on? Kick-off time, TV and live stream for 150th Anniversary Heritage Match

The old rivals meet again (Picture: Getty)

Scotland and England clash this evening in a mouthwatering international friendly in Glasgow.

The meeting between the old rivals has been designated as an 150th Anniversary Heritage Match to mark the first ever international fixture played in the beautiful game.

Scotland hosted the ‘Auld Enemy’ at the West of Scotland Cricket Club all the way back in 1872, with 4,000 fans in attendance to watch the two sides play out a goalless draw.

Supporters of both sides will be keen to avoid a repeat of that scoreline, with Scotland and England having made light work of their Euro 2024 qualifying groups to date with qualification now a matter of when, not if, for both teams.

England head into the 116th showdown between the pair with 48 wins to their name, Scotland with 41 and with 27 draws for good measure.

Here is what time the match starts this evening and how you can watch Scotland vs England live on TV.

What time does the game kick-off?

Scotland vs England will kick-off tonight (Tuesday, September 12) at 7.45pm BST.

England were held to a draw by Ukraine on Saturday (Picture: Getty)

The game will be staged at Hampden Park, Glasgow.

How to watch Scotland vs England on TV and live stream

The match will be shown live on Channel 4, with coverage getting underway from 7pm.

A live stream will also be available on All 4 via the website and app.

How to listen on radio

BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will both have live radio commentary, with coverage on the two stations starting at 7pm.

BBC Radio Scotland will also have coverage of the game with the build-up commencing from 6pm.

Scotland head into the clash in excellent form (Picture: Getty)

Team news

It remains to be seen just how seriously Steve Clarke and Gareth Southgate will take the clash in regards to their lineups.

Clarke has no fresh injury concerns from the win over Cyprus on Friday with ‘everyone fit and available’ according to the 60 year-old.

Ryan Christie, Stuart Armstrong and Lyndon Dykes could come into the starting XI having been substitutes in Larnaca last week.

With Jordan Henderson and Harry Maguire appearing to face uncertain futures with the Three Lions, Southgate could elect to make changes from the side which was held to a 1-1 draw by Ukraine on Saturday.

Levi Colwill and Phil Foden will be pushing for starts, whilst Aaron Ramsdale, Callum Wilson and Eberechi Eze could all get minutes north of the border.


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