In pictures: Tartan Army in London

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Kilt-wearing Scotland fans hang out in London's Trafalgar Square ahead of the national team's international football friendly against England at Wembley.
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Thousands of Scots have descended on the English capital ready for the 20:00 kick-off involving international football's oldest enemies.
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The game, part of the Football Association's 150th anniversary celebrations, is the 111th meeting between the two nations.
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One fan - with his kilt and lion rampant tattoo - marked out who he would be supporting in the England v Scotland game - the first on-pitch meeting since 1999.
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Sitting on one of Trafalgar Square's four lion statues - which "guard" Nelson's Column - is a fan draped in the Royal Standard of Scotland flag.
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The Tartan Army have been taking plenty of liquid refreshment in the rising heat of London in August.
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The colours of the saltire were in clear evidence, with this supporter sporting a blue and white striped face.
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Double take - fans mingle with a life-sized cardboard cut-out of former Scotland manager, Ally MacLeod, who took the team to the 1978 World Cup.
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Fans cooled off in the fountain of Trafalgar Square by playing their own version of water polo.
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Flying the flag for Scotland - A fan has high hopes for his team ahead of the big game.

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