Celebrity Celtic and Scotland fan Rod Stewart has warned the Swiss Scotland will 'teach them a footballing lesson' tonight when the nations clash at the Euros.

Scotland face Switzerland desperate to bounce back from Friday's catastrophic 5-1 opening game disaster against hosts Germany.

The 79-year pop legend has been a long-term Scotland supporter, although he will miss the Euros because he is currently on tour.

But he explained in an interview with a Swiss newspaper, he expects Steve Clarke's side to claim their first win of the tournament.

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Stewart said: "My tip for the game is we will teach Switzerland a footballing lesson.

"It would be great for me to go to the game, but I'm on tour and will be watching the games there.

"The Scottish football team has a big place in my heart. Although my father is actually the only real Scot in my family. My mother, my siblings and I were all born in England. But because my father has such a strong connection to Scottish football, we're all rooting for the team.

"I now also have my own whisky, which is called Wolfies.

"I always had it in the back of my mind. A friend of mine, a huge supporter of Celtic, is an expert in whisky marketing. So we started this business together."