Scathing Roy Keane has questioned Scotland 's quality after defeat in the Euro 2020 opener - insisting England will be "rubbing their hands together".

It was a disappointing return to a major tournament for the nation as the Czech Republic ran out 2-0 winners at Hampden.

However, Steve Clarke 's hopes of escaping the group stage are still alive ahead of the Wembley showdown this Friday.

Manchester United legend and former Celtic star Keane was left unimpressed by the opening day showing despite the Scots carving out plenty of openings.

He insists that Gareth Southgate and co will be hoping to put down a marker during the Auld Enemy showdown.

When asked if Clarke sticking with the same team would be predictable, Keane said on ITV: "I would have thought so.

"He is bound to make one or two changes. We mentioned the other night, Scotland have got some very good players, with quality, but in the wrong areas of the pitch. You need them up the top end.

"You need them in terms of goalscorers.

"If you are England you will be rubbing your hands together with Scotland coming to town.

"You will be thinking let's smash them. It will be a great occasion, a great game."