England face auld enemy in World Cup qualifying

England have been drawn to face against the auld enemy Scotland in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, as per the BBC.

The draw was made yesterday for the upcoming competition in Russia, with the British sides drawn together in Group F.

Roy Hodgson and Gordon Strachan’s men will be looking forward to facing up against one another, while the pair also have Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania and Malta to contend with.

Wales are drawn as a top seed due to their upturn in performances and results of late and managed to avoid any of the heavy-hitters.

Chris Coleman’s men face Austria, Serbia, the Republic of Ireland, Moldova and Greece in Group D.

Finally, it is set to be tough going for Northern Ireland, who have been pooled with World Cup champions Germany.

Michael O’Neill’s men, who have an excellent chance of making Euro 2016, will also face Czech Republic, Norway, Azerbaijan and San Marino.