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27' V. Bezecourt


Toronto FC 2

Kevin Gallacher believes Scotland can beat England

Former Scotland striker Kevin Gallacher believes his countries current team have enough quality to beat England at Wembley on Friday. The two teams go head to head in matchday four of their World Cup qualifying group.

After disappointing displays in October’s games against Lithuania and Slovakia, Scotland slipped to fourth place in group F. England, who failed to beat Slovenia during the same international break, currently sit top of the group with seven points.

A win against the Three Lions this week would draw Scotland level on points at the top if second-placed Lithuania fail to beat Slovakia on the same night. However, it will be a tough test for Gordon Strachan’s side to come away from Wembley with a win, because England have not lost a qualifier since 2009.

But Gallacher, who scored nine goals in 53 appearances for Scotland between 1988 and 2001, believes his countrymen can beat England. He told BBC Scotland:

“I think they just have to believe in themselves. They’ve had a rude awakening (poor results in October) and hopefully that’s the kick up the backside that wakes them up that they’re not as good as they think they are at this moment. They’re going to have to lift it up a level again, and who better than to lift it up against than England?”

Scotland will need to finish at least second in Group F if they are going to have the chance to reach their first major tournament since 1998. But with both Slovenia and Lithuania impressing early in the opening fixtures, they face a tough test to get to Russia in 2018.

England on the other hand, are expected to qualify. Caretaker manager Gareth Southgate should have no trouble getting his players up for one of the oldest, and most important fixtures in football history.

The game kicks off at 19:45 on Friday, November 11 at Wembley Stadium.