Scotland's Shaun Maloney (L) celebrates his goal against Ireland with teammate Charlie Mulgrew during their Euro 2016 Group D qualifying soccer match at Celtic Park Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland November 14, 2014. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne
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Each heartened by positive results in Euro 2016 qualifying, England and Scotland will renew their 142-year-old rivalry in a hotly anticipated end-of-year friendly at Glasgow's Celtic Park Tuesday.England won 3-2 when the teams last met at Wembley Stadium in August last year, with Rickie Lambert scoring the winning goal with his first touch of the ball as an international player.England have not ventured north of the border since November 1999, when they won the first leg of a Euro 2000 qualifying playoff 2-0 at Hampden Park, and they can expect a fiery reception.Hopes of a first major tournament appearance since the 1998 World Cup therefore remain fully intact ahead of the winter break, and Charlie Mulgrew says there will be no slackening off ahead of England's visit.England have allowed goalkeeper Joe Hart to return to Manchester City to rest, which means that Southampton's Fraser Forster could start at the stadium where he previously spent four years with Celtic.
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