- Draw for Women's Euro 2017 finals made
- Scotland drawn in Group D with England, Portugal & Spain
- Rangers midfielder Joey Barton signed off with stress
- Charlie Mulgrew added to Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad
- Championship: Dundee United v Dunfermline (19:45 GMT)
BBC Sport Scotland in Rotterdam
Scotland Women's head coach Anna Signeul says playing England in their first game of their maiden major tournament is a "great start".
She hopes her players get "motivated" by the prospect of facing their team-mates at club level in the women's English Premier League.
They meet on Wednesday 19 July, in Group D in Utrecht.
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Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been signed off with stress as negotiations on a severance deal continue.
The 34-year-old Englishman was told to return to train with the under-20s last week following a six-week suspension for a training ground row with team-mates in September.
The former Burnley and Manchester City player has not been at training since Thursday.
Barton has made eight appearances for Mark Warburton's side this season.
The once-capped England international left Burnley under freedom of contract at the end of last season, signing a two-year contract at Ibrox.
Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall: "We've played them twice in the last couple of years and it's been friendlies, although I say friendly loosely, but it's a qualifier now.
"We've not started great, but I'm really looking forward to it - Scotland versus England at Wembley is the kind of thing you dream of as a kid.
"It will be a huge game and I'm sure there will be a big build-up during the week. We need to get a result. We've got to be confident - obviously Scott Brown has come back into the squad. We've got to start the game right.
"Against Slovakia, it was a poor performance away from home, so we'll need to be defensively a lot better. It is a big rivalry and hopefully we can do ourselves justice on the night. We've got match winners in our team and hopefully it just turns for us."
BBC Sport Scotland in Rotterdam
Scotland Women's head coach Anna Signeul has arrived in Rotterdam ahead of the Euro 2017 draw later this afternoon and says it's "fantastic to make history today".
This is the first time Scotland's women's team have qualified for a major tournament in 14 attempts.
The quality of the 16 teams in the draw is so high that she has a long list of countries she would like to avoid, but believes a grouping with England "would always be exciting".
"I know it's going to be tough but it's just a fantastic experience to be here to represent Scotland for the first time," she said.
"It will be exciting tomorrow as well because we are going to drive around Holland and look at hotels, stadiums and training pitches so I'm looking forward to these two days.
"After having tough games against Sweden, we would maybe like to avoid them and Germany or France....but when you look at the 16 teams that are here, you realise all the teams are very good.
"It's fantastic that we're finally here. We've done an amazing job in Scotland to get where we are on all levels; in terms of participation and in terms of club football and in terms of the league. I'm really proud of everything we have achieved."