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Battle of Britain Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 16:53 GMT 17:53 UK
Scotland squad guide
Scotland squad guide

England squad guide
England squad guide

Great border skirmishes
From 1872 until 1996, nine great England versus Scotland encounters to whet the appetite for next month's two-legged resumption of hostilities.

Generals in the firing line
BBC News Online profiles Kevin Keegan and Craig Brown, two of Europe's best know managers who will meet head-to-head in the European play-offs.

A history of fierce football rivalry
Matches between England and Scotland are traditionally hot-blooded affairs, with passions on the pitch often spilling over onto the terraces and beyond.



Fans in court over football trouble
Supporters arrested after the Scotland v England match at Hampden are appearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court.



Scotland v England
Full coverage of football's Battle of Britain between Scotland and England in the Euro 2000 play-offs.



Lambert out of play-offs
Concussed Scotland midfielder Paul Lambert is the only definite casualty of a fiercely competitive weekend of club football ahead of next weeks play-offs with England.



Brown cautious over Hendry injury
Scotland's Colin Hendry has pulled out of Rangers' U-21 match against Cetlic after Scotland manager Craig Brown decided not to risk his captain ahead of the Euro 2000 play-offs against England.



The limitations of passion-play
A disappointed Alan Hansen bemoans the lack of quality in the Scotland side and tells tells News Online there is little chance of his side securing the result they need on Wednesday.



All quiet after Wembley showdown
There was little sign of trouble following the end of the England-Scotland Euro 2000 clash, as police mounted a huge security operation.



Timeline: England v Scotland II
A minute-by-minute rundown of the main action from the England v Scotland Euro 2000 clash at Wembley.



Hooligans face up to smart cameras
Police have a sophisticated new tool to help them deal with hooligans intent on causing trouble at the Wembley European Championships qualifier between England and Scotland.



Cheers and tears for Scotland
Scotland supporters heading home from London say they did not know whether to laugh or cry after their team's 1-0 victory over England.

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