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- England have played 40 matches against Scotland at Hampden Park and both sides have won 15 each
On the 150th anniversary of the oldest rivalry in world football, we have delved into the Daily Mail archives to bring you these classic images of Scotland versus England at Hampden Park.
Over 40 matches at the famous ground, both countries have won 15 games each, with 10 draws.
In fact, England have not lost at the ground for 38 years, with the Three Lions’ last defeat at Hampden coming in the 1985 Rous Cup, when Richard Gough scored the only goal to give Scotland the trophy. In the last encounter between the sides at the ground in 2017, Leigh Griffiths scored two stunning free-kicks late on, after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had given England the lead.
But Harry Kane scored a 93rd-minute leveller to deny Scotland a famous World Cup qualifying win.
The highest attendance ever recorded at Hampden for a football match was 149,415 for a 1937 British Home Championship tie between Scotland and England.
England score against Scotland in a clash between the two sides at Hampden Park in 1954
Denis Law finds the net for Scotland against England in front of a passionate home crowd
Flying in: England players are helpess as Leggat’s strike beats the keeper in 1956
Pride and glory: England captain Stan Cullis leads his team out to face Scotland at Hampden
Safe hands: England’s goalkeeper Bert Williams jumps to grab the ball
Standing to attention: field marshal Bernard Montgomery (right) strides on to the pitch to meet the players before England’s 2-0 win in 1948
Birds-eye view: an aerial shot of Hampden in all its glory in 1933
Paperwork: referee E W Baker at Hampden during an England v Scotland encounter
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