Having successfully defeated Peru with a 3-0 score at Wembley Stadium on Friday, May 30, England have now jetted out to Miami, to continue their World Cup preparations, by taking on further South American nations in friendly games.
First up is Ecuador, on Wednesday, June 4 at the Sunlife Stadium and stars such as Raheem Sterling and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be hoping to feature from the start, rather than the bench or not at all, in order to provide Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson with a selection headache.
Daniel Sturridge scored an exquisite goal in London, to open the scoring against the Peruvians, while Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney disappointed just behind the Liverpool striker.
On the BBC, Hodgson was quoted to have said: "Our plan really on Wednesday is basically to start the people who didn't start on Friday. But plans like that sometimes go astray and I'm not prepared to make any promises.
"We've got two more matches. Friday was an extremely important one, a good test and a good chance to see people play in [front of] 85,000 inside the stadium, which makes it a pretty serious game.
"Wednesday will be an opportunity for me to start the others and then by Saturday we've got all of them having played and ready to play. And then I'll have to make a decision over who does play against Italy."