Scotland kicked off their European Championship campaign on a disappointing note following a 2-0 defeat to Czech Republic on Monday at Hamden Park.
Patrick Schick was the hero of the day after he bagged a brilliant brace, which included a sensational effort from just over the halfway line to beat goalkeeper David Marshall.
It was the Scots first major outing in 23 years and Steve Clarke’s men will hope to bounce back on Friday against England at the Wembley Stadium.
Scotland had beaten the Czechs home and away in the Nations League last year, but they failed to recreate similar effect today.
Scotland have never qualified for the knockout stages of a major tournament and will have to find something special to end that poor record, but right now now, their task seems ominous as they still have to face Croatia for the last group game.
Before then, the Czechs will look to make it two straight wins when they play against Zlatko Dalic’s men, also on Friday.
England had opened up Group C action on Sunday with a 1-0 win over Croatia, thanks to Raheem Sterling’s second-half strike.