England are top of group F and currently unbeaten in 32 international qualifiers (World Cup and Euros combined), winning 24 and drawing 8; but the Three Lions scraped by Malta and Slovenia in unspectacular fashion last month. They will however fancy themselves at Wembley against their oldest rivals.
Gordan Strachan's side started the campaign well with a 5-1 win over minnows Malta, but only managed a draw with Lithuania and lost 3-0 to Slovakia. The Scots have failed to win in three of their last four international matches played outside of Scotland.
Who to Power-up?
Stones has scored 100+ points in all three of his previous England games- no other player has been able to match this consistency. Play your Defensive Rock, Pass Master and Double Points on him if you're looking for consistent points throughout the match.
Scotland's lack of attacking threat (no away goal in 3 of last 4 matches) may prevent many Great Tackles and Great Blocks but Stones' passes will be key in trying to break down the Scottish wall.
When to Power-Up?
If you're willing to risk it all to win, save your Double Points and Sharp Shooter for the final 10 minutes, as England are slow to start and one of their midfielders may score in the dying minutes.
Who to avoid?
Avoid England strikers. Rooney, Kane, Vardy and Rashford are in the squad despite not playing regular football for their clubs at the moment. Their lack of match fitness will hinder them. Instead, look to draft in-form midfielders such as Walcott, Lallana and Henderson first. Sturridge is always dangerous and could nick a goal at any time.