The Scots backing DENMARK against England ahead of their Euro 2020 clash at ...

The Scots backing DENMARK against England ahead of their Euro 2020 clash at ...
The Scots backing DENMARK against England ahead of their Euro 2020 clash at ...

Bitter Scottish fans have revealed how they will be supporting Denmark tonight, as England look to beat the Danes and reach their first ever European Championship finals.

After crashing out at the group stage, Scottish fans have shunned the idea of neighbourly love and have instead turned to supporting England's opponents in the knock-outs.

But the 'Anyone But England' camp have watched in disappointment as Gareth Southgate's side continue their march towards glory with wins over Germany and Ukraine.

Now Scotland fans have rushed to show their support for the Danes, who will be hoping to spoil the party when they face England tonight at Wembley.

Former Liverpool and Scotland star turned football pundit, Graeme Souness, is among those wanting 'Anyone But England'.

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And Scottish journalist Andy Smart is also said he did not understand those north of the border siding with the Three Lions.

Meanwhile, ex-Three Lions defender Rio Ferdinand left a Scottish fan red-faced who tweeted him stick over his belief that England could win the tournament.

However, there has been support from some Scottish celebrities, including ITV show host Lorraine Kelly.

And, through gritted teeth, former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell - a lifelong 'Anyone But England' cheerleader - admitted he was backing England - but only because 'he liked Gareth Southgate.

Alistair Campbell, 64, said he would be supporting England, but only because he 'liked Gareth Southgate', after butchering the song 'Three Lions' with a bag-pipe rendition on Good Morning Britain

Alistair Campbell, 64, said he would be supporting England, but only because he 'liked Gareth Southgate', after butchering the song 'Three Lions' with a bag-pipe rendition on Good Morning Britain

Scottish TV duo the Krankies are also backing England, telling Good Morning Britain that they are 'British and Scottish'

Scottish TV duo the Krankies are also backing England, telling Good Morning Britain that they are 'British and Scottish'

The West-Yorkshire born Scot, 64, made the comment after he butchered the song 'Three Lions' with a bag-pipe rendition on the ITV show earlier today. 

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As the rest of the GMB cast and production crew stood and watched, a masked Dr Hilary Jones was left covering his ears.  

It came as Rio Ferdinand took on a Scottish fan on Twitter. The Scot tweeted a video of the former Manchester United and England star saying he believed the Three Lions could win Euro 2020.

Dr Hilary Jones was left covering his ears as Alistair Campbell played Three Lions on the bagpipes

Dr Hilary Jones was left covering his ears as Alistair Campbell played Three Lions on the bagpipes

The fan, who tweeted after the England v Scotland group game last month,

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