Celtic are set to receive an allocation of 3,431 tickets for their glamour trip to face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League in November.

The Hoops face Diego Simeone's side in the group, along with Serie A giants Lazio and Feyenoord, with their first game next week against the Rotterdam side.

Atletico's first home game will be against the Dutch club next month and they have handed them an allocation of just less than 3,500 briefs for the game, which were immediately snapped up by Feyenoord fans and Celtic are set to receive the same amount.

However, it won't be a cheap night for Celtic fans, with away supporters being charged 55 Euros (£47.22) for a ticket.

Spanish police authorities are set to make Atletico's game against Feyenoord a high-risk match and introduce extra security measures after several incidents involving the club from the Netherlands over the years.

Meanwhile, midfielder Callum McGregor hopes to show how far Scotland have come under Steve Clarke as they prepare for the latest instalment of football’s oldest international fixture.

Scotland and England will mark 150 years of rivalry when they face each other for the 116th time on Tuesday at Hampden.

Meetings have been scarcer in recent times – McGregor’s first memory of the fixture was watching on television as England edged a five-goal thriller in a 2013 Wembley friendly.

The 30-year-old has only played against England once, in a goalless Wembley draw in the European Championship two years ago.

Scotland have since won 11 qualifying matches in a row, including their first five Euro 2024 qualifiers, and will even qualify for the tournament in Germany if Norway and Georgia draw in Oslo on Tuesday night.

Clarke’s side have also gained promotion to the top tier of the UEFA Nations League, while England have dropped down.

McGregor said: “We have been evolving all the time. We have had some big results since then, looking really comfortable at this level, home and away, getting good results.

“It’s just another opportunity to show how far we have come.

“The group has obviously progressed and changed a little bit in terms of faces since the last game, but we will try and draw on that experience, the ones that played in that game, and we aim for a positive performance and result.

“It’s a big game for the country and you touch on the rivalry, so these are the type of games you want to be involved in.

“They have big players with big reputations. It’s a great game for us to test ourselves.

“As a nation, if we want to make the next step and continually qualify for big tournaments, then these are the type of games that we have to earmark performances and results.”