Scots rockers The LaFontaines are prepared to do whatever it takes to give Scotland the advantage against Belgium at Hampden this evening.

The hometown musicians will take to the field ahead of kick-off at the national stadium to perform tunes for the Tartan Army.

Frontman Kerr Okan is not worried about going face-to-face with Roberto Martinez's superstars, though.

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And he even plans on "bamming them up" before the Group I Euro 2020 qualifier if it means his beloved Scotland have a chance.

Speaking to the Sunday Mail, Okan said: "“I used to dream of playing football at Hampden so to make music there is going to be a nice feeling.

"I’m buzzing about it. 

"My plan is to distract Romelu Lukaku and whoever else is in the Belgium team. 

"I’m going to bam them up to make sure we get an advantage."

The band - from Motherwell - have a Top 40 UK hit to their name with song Junior - which also sailed to number two in the Scottish charts.