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England and Scotland fans have clashed in Trafalgar Square ahead of the World Cup qualifier at Wembley stadium.
Scuffles took place as thousands of football fans descended on the capital ahead of the Armistice Day game.
One fan was reportedly seen with a bloodied leg while at least one other Scottish supporter was taken away by ambulance from the scene.
About 14,000 Tartan Army supporters were expected to flock to London for the sell-out game which kicks off at 7.45pm on Friday.
There had been no arrests as of 4.30pm, the Metropolitan Police said, but there was a considerably increased police presence in the square.
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