Andy Robertson said to Sky Sports: “I think we’re probably respected more now because we’ve qualified for a tournament but we’re still not as respected as much as we would all like.
“A chance to play against England is a chance to show people that doubt Scottish football what we can do. We gave them a tough game in 2017 and we’ll need the same performance levels as that night.
“The last England game was definitely the best atmosphere I’ve played in in terms of a Scotland game.
“I’ve never heard noise like that at Hampden when Griffiths put in those free-kicks and I’ve probably also never heard a stadium go quietly so quickly when Harry Kane equalised.
“They showed they have the quality that day and that they can go to the end but I think we’ve adapted since that day.
“A lot has changed since then, and has changed in the England squad too. It’ll be a tough game, they’re one of the favourites to win the tournament and to beat us but if we can get our game plan right I do believe we can get a result.”
Scotland will face Jordan Henderson's England on Friday night in what has essentially become a must-win game for Robbo's team.
However, anything can happen in tournaments like this and a win would be an enormous achievement for both Robertson and Scotland.