He said: “We are confident in our own abilities. Of course, England are going to go in as favourites.
“There is nothing there that’s different from the last one. We just have to go out and impose ourselves a bit more, but we don’t feel overawed by this at all.
“Without a doubt, we have players who are capable of hurting England, and if we get enough of the ball and create chances, we fancy our chances to take one or two.”
Scotland travelled to London on the back of two disappointing results against Lithuania and Slovakia the previous month, but they kept their World Cup hopes alive with a 1-0 win over Slovenia in March.
Gordon added: “We played really well and created a lot of chances against a really good team.
“But it was what we needed at that particular time in the group. It got us back into contention and if we can perform like we did in that match, then we will certainly cause England a few problems.
“We did stand up and be counted, every player out there did their job and played really well.
“We are never going to give in, we know that, and we take that into this game in the knowledge that everybody is pulling in the same direction.”