England vs San Marino: Live team sheet

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England vs San Marino
European Championship qualifying 
Kick-off: 19.45 

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England will be expecting a comfortable evening in tonight's European Championship qualifying clash with minnows San Marino as Roy Hodgson's side look to maintain their 100% record in Group E.

The Three Lions secured an impressive 2-0 victory in their first group outing as they picked up all three points against Switzerland, whilst San Marino were beaten by the same scoreline against Lithuania. 

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Goals expected

Hodgson's side will certainly be looking to improve their goal difference against a San Marino outfit who have a dire record on the international scene. There's no doubt about it, all eyes will be on Wayne Rooney and Co. as the Three Lions look to deliver the goods in front of the Wembley crowd. 

Rooney, in fact, will see the game as the perfect opportunity to edge ever closer to England's all-time goalscoring record. Bobby Charlton's England record has stood for the past 44-years, but England's captain is currently just eight goals behind him. 

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck, meanwhile, will be hoping to continue his good form for the national side after he scored a brace against the Swiss. 

Live team news 

England XI: Hart, Chambers, Jagielka, Cahill, Gibbs, Henderson, Wilshere, Milner, Sterling, Rooney, Welbeck

Subs: Clyne, Foster, Baines, Delph, Shelvey, Lallana, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Townsend, Lambert, Foster

San Marino XI: TBC

Subs: TBC


As well as Rooney and Welbeck, the likes of James Milner and Raheem Sterling will be looking to create for Hodgson's side. In the middle of the park, the duo of Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson will be hoping to control the game and give Sterling and Co. the license to attack. 

Arsenal full-back Kieran Gibbs starts his first game for the national side in four years, whilst his club teammate Calum Chambers will be on the opposite side. 

Joe Hart, meanwhile, will be expecting to have a quiet evening between the sticks and will be looking to keep his second consecutive clean sheet of the qualifying campaign. 

England fans: What's your prediction for tonight's clash? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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