Scotland will put on a united front against Czech Republic, England and Croatia at Euro 2020.

But there is still a competitive edge among the squad which was highlighted when Celtic's contingent and Rangers' reps faced off against each other during a Teqball challenge.

Billy Gilmour, the former Ibrox youngster, and Nathan Patterson squared-off against Greg Taylor and Ryan Christie in a friendly rivalry during down-time before the tournament kicks off.

As was the case last season it was the Gers lads who came out on top with a closely contested 12-11 victory - with some controversy thrown in for good measure.

The action was so enthralling even some teammates stopped by to take in the match.

Jack Hendry, Stuart Armstrong, Callum McGregor and Lyndon Dykes watched on from the sidelines - with the Celtic defender getting involved with some dodgy antics.

The Scots open their Euros tomorrow afternoon at Hampden against Czech Republic in a 2pm kick-off.

They hold a slight advantage, meanwhile, over group rivals Croatia who have played and lost already to England, who won 1-0 today.