SIR Rod Stewart said he wants the Scotland men's team to "make us proud" after he was asked tonight's score prediction. 

Dressed in red Tartan, the famous singer-songwriter, described as a "very big Scotland fan" appeared on BBC Breakfast this morning.

When speaking live about the Scotland vs England match tonight, he revealed he was having "some trouble" with his hair.

When asked his "official" score prediction, he replied: "I don't know, I've been watching these games since I was 14, England and Scotland, and been heartbroken so many times.

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"I'd love to see the Scots win. It's going to be an uphill climb but win or lose, as long as they make us proud.

"It is a serious day, we do take this game extremely serious against the old enemy." 

Sir Rod revealed that a box for six at the Silverhouse cost him an "arm and a leg". He will be watching the match there, alongside his two of his sons and his three best friends, who are all Scotland supporters. 

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Presenter Naga Munchetty went on to ask Sir Rod if his sons had any choice as to which home nation team they'd support.

He replied: "Absolutely. I've got four sons and they all support Scotland and I didn't have to beat them up to do it. 

"It's just like when I was a little kid, my dad was Scottish, and I wondered why we were talking about Scottish football and Scotland and then the penny dropped. So I went to my first England vs Scotland match when I was 13."