Scotland fans have been in good form as they travel south of the border for a vital World Cup qualifying match against the Auld Enemy.
Pictures have emerged of the Tartan Army faithful swarming London’s Trafalgar Square and making good cheer in the Capital’s bars and pubs.
While those locations may sound par for the course for the travelling Scotland hoard, this cheeky group of fans have pitched up somewhere very different.
Standing outside a London branch of the grocery store Iceland, the group of male fans clap their fans and sing as an elderly shopper looks on bemused.
The cheeky dig harks back to the World Cup where England were England were knocked out by minnows Iceland – the nation that is, not the frozen food specialists.
The Press and Journal revealed in July how shirt maker Errea struggled to cope with the demand as Scottish punters rushed out to buy up Iceland football tops to commemorate the victory.
Gordon Strachan’s Scotland team will travel to Wembley Stadium this evening to take on Gareth Southgate’s England side. The match has been billed as a must-win for the former Aberdeen midfielder.