England captain Steven Gerrard has admitted that England's job is not over, even though their opponents Poland are only playing for pride.

Roy Hodgson's side need to beat Poland at Wembley on Tuesday to automatically qualify for next summer's 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.

The Three Lions easily overcame a poor Montenegro side, beating them 4-1 and setting the Roy Hodgson's side on their way to qualification atop Group H.

If a win does not come for the Three Lions, then they will have a gruelling two legged play-off in order to cement their spot, where they could face France, Sweden or Denmark.

And Gerrard knows that automatic qualification is not guaranteed for England, with Poland expected to play for pride.

There are still many Polish fans expected to appear at Wembley on Tuesday, to create a nervy atmosphere in the final qualifying game.

Good luck England, the country is watching! 

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