​Clarke warns Scotland need at least draw against England

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Scotland boss Steve Clarke says his side need to claim a point at minimum against bitter rivals England.

The two neighbours go head to head in the group stages of Euro 2020 on Friday.

Both sides are likely to make changes from their opening games, which England won 1-0 over Croatia and Scotland lost 2-0 to Czech Republic.

Given three teams can progress to the knockout rounds, a draw against England and a final day win over Croatia would give Scotland a good chance of progressing.

Asked about the game, Clarke told reporters: "No, I'm only focused on ourselves.

"We need four points from the last two games and obviously we have to get something from the game tomorrow.

"That's the sole focus."

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