In what might be the most eagerly awaited friendly of the century, England will be taking on Scotland at Wembley Stadium.
The historic fixture boasts international football's oldest rivalry -- dating all the way back to November 1872. That game ended in a 0-0 draw, whilst their most recent meeting was in 2000 (can it really be that long?), when Scotland walked away with a 1-0 victory.
The current tally is 45 victories for England and 41 for Scotland. There have been 24 draws.
The game is taking place to celebrate The FA's 150th anniversary.
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England v Republic or Ireland — International friendly – 29th May 2013 The Republic of Ireland are coming to London for a friendly to celebrate the FA’s 150th birthday year. The last time the teams met was in Ireland in 1995, when the game was abandoned because of crowd trouble. The last time Ireland came over to Wembley was even further back, in 1991, when the game ended in a 1-1 draw.
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