IT'S the game Scotland fans have been waiting 15 years for – but now it's here it doesn't seem quite so important.
Scotland and England clash north of the border for the first time in 15 years after last season's thrilling friendly at Wembley which the home side won 3-2.
The game comes three days after the Scots beat the Republic of Ireland in a Euro 2016 qualifier that everyone accepts was the bigger game.
Auld Enemy clashes will never be real friendlies but I get the impression it won't be as hard fought as Scotland-Ireland was on the same Celtic Park turf.
Scotland are a bigger price to win tonight than to qualify for France 2016 – and I know what I'd prefer. McBookie slashed the odds on the Tartan Army making a first finals visit in 18 years from 2-1 to 11-8 after Shaun Maloney struck his wonder winner.
England are a biggest 11-4 at Betfred to notch a brag-busting victory but the Scots have lost just one in 10 and I don't expect them to lose (rememeber I'm biased).
Roy Hodgson's men are 23-20 with McBookie and William Hill while the draw pays a best 12-5 (various).
Danny Welbeck and Raheem Sterling are expected to start along with Wayne Rooney and Scotland keeper Craig Gordon and his defence will have to be at their best.
I tipped Wayne Rooney to score first on his 100th cap at the weekend and he is 19-4 at 888sport to repeat the feat.
Rooney and Welbeck scored in the same match for the second time in three matches on Saturday. At least one of them has netted in England's last five outings. Both to score pays 5-1 at William Hill.
For Scotland our main man has been Shaun Maloney and his winner against the Irish was sublime. The little Wigan star is 12-1 at bet365 to score first while Everton's Steven Naismith will be a threat and is 8-1 with the same firm.
Odds compiler Owen Scott of William Hill gets the prize for cheesiest special. His “Yellow” is Scotland striker 9-4 Chris Martin, in for the injured Steven Fletcher, to be booked but has a chance if he starts.
Much has been said about it being an “unfriendly” friendly but with both sides coming off the back of more important Euro wins let's hope we see some decent football.
If you think it's fiery consider backing a red card in the game at 3-1 with bet365 while four or more cards pays 5-4.
Five goals at Wembley suggests there will be a few more tonight and remember England will be without first-choice keeper Joe Hart and preferred left-back Leighton Baines.
Both teams to score pays 9-10 at McBookie and BetVictor and over 2.5 goals is 23-20 at McBookie.
Scotland not to lose
Both to score
(9-10, McBookie, BetVictor)
Over 3.5 cards