The National:

IT seems England fans are still reeling from not being able to get past Scotland in the group stages of Euro 2020 as some spent today singing about their neighbours north of the Border.

The England national team will play in their first major international tournament final in more than 50 years tonight against Italy as the two teams meet at Wembley.

Fans in England have crowded the streets of London in anticipation of the kick-off at 8pm this evening and some chose to pay homage to the one team they couldn't beat in their campaign to get to the final - Scotland.

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In a video that was initially shared by Arsenal FC fan on Twitter, fans were in good spirits ahead of the game at London's Liverpool Street.

The video was shared by user Derek Watson who said: "Playing in their first final in over 50 years. For many in that video the first in their lifetime. Still obsessing over their wee neighbours north of the Border!"

In the video, fans can be heard singing the repeated line: "Scotland get battered everywhere they go."

Not quite correct, it was nil-nil on June 18 when the two teams last met. 

Scotland's men's team would later bow out of their first international tournament since 1998 after losing to Croatia in their final match of the group stages.

England fans have been congregating en masse in central London with the official fan zone at Trafalgar Square - which has a capacity of just over 1000 - as well as what has become an unofficial fan zone at Leicester Square.

They also appear to be singing the same song there as well.

England take on Italy in their first final at a major international tournament since 1966 tonight. The kick-off at Wembley is at 8pm tonight with the match being broadcast live on both the BBC and ITV.