England kick off their Euro 2020 campaign this weekend as they take on Croatia at Wembley Stadium.
The Three Lions will obviously be claiming the majority of support from Chelsea fans and head into the tournament amongst the favourites to lift the trophy.
Away from Gareth Southgate’s men though, Scotland appear to be getting the most love from Blues fans.
According to statistics gathered by 888Sport, 14% of Chelsea fans have named the Tartan Army as their second team at the tournament.
It makes sense considering the Blues links within the current squad that Scotland have at their disposal.
Young Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour has been afforded a place within the squad and will hope to add to the two caps that he has managed to accumulate thus far.
He has been backed to have an impact at the tournament by former Scotland forward Steven Naismith.
He said: “Billy is an exceptional talent. He is somebody who has come into the international scene and made an impact in a short period of time.
“Not only that, he has gone into the part of the pitch where we have the most competition for places.
“I think he will get his chance in one of these games. He might need to wait and just build over this camp.”
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Meanwhile, former Blues defender and assistant coach Steve Clarke will be hoping to mastermind a surprising run in the championships, having led the nation to their first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup.
Elsewhere, Chelsea fans are remaining hopeful on England’s chances with 16% of those predicting the Three Lions to go all the way and claim their first piece of silverware since 1966.