CRAIG GORDON reckons Scotland can reverse their 3-0 Wembley loss when they face England in the crucial World Cup qualifier at Hampden on Saturday.
Gordon Strachan’s side are fourth in Group F, six points behind Gareth Southgate’s side.
But the Scots could move to within touching distance of a play-off spot with five games of the campaign remaining with tickets for this absolutely crucial football match are available here as Scotland attempt to beat the English at Hampden for the first time since the mid 1980s.
Celtic keeper Gordon, who has earned 46 caps, said: “It doesn’t get any bigger than a qualifying game against England.
“We played well in the last game against Slovenia and we got a good win. We probably should have won the game more comfortably than we did, to be honest.
“We got the late goal that we deserved and the performance was good, so I think we can take confidence from that performance into the England game.
“England are a real quality international team with great players, so it will be a difficult one for us.
“However, if we can play the way we did in the last game and create chances, then we’ll give ourselves a chance.
“The only game that could eclipse this is qualifying for a European tournament or a World Cup.
“It’s a massive game and you could probably fill Hampden four or five times over for this one.
“We’ll have to enjoy it but at the same time we’ll go into it looking to get a good result.
“No team has a divine right to win a football match, so we go in there with a chance. We know we have players who can score goals.
“If we can defend well then we will give ourselves a chance.”
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