ROWDY Scotland and England fans have flooded London in a sea of red, white and blue hours before the biggest clash in the Euros so far.
The capital has been invaded by Buckfast-swigging, kilt-wearing Tartan Army supporters ahead of tonight's Auld Enemy match against England.
Hundreds of keen and rowdy football fans have packed Leicester Square in London this afternoon ahead of tonight's game.
Some carried umbrellas or wore raincoats to protect themselves from the downpours hitting the capital but others braved the elements as they loudly sung and chanted together.
Fans draped in Scotland flags filled the square - setting the tone for tonight's crunch clash.
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