England: Hart, Chambers, Cahill, Jagielka, Gibbs, Henderson, Wilshere, Milner, Sterling, Welbeck, Rooney
England will head into the game against San Marino this evening as the massive favourite to get a win and add another three points in Euro 2016 qualifying.
England played well in the opening match of qualifying with a 2-0 away win in Switzerland, which saw several players, including Aston Villa star Fabian Delph, play well.
Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney talked about his excitement over the pace and talent in this England side and if everyone does their job professionally, there shouldn’t be any problems or banana skins.
The build up for Roy Hodgson’s side hasn’t been entirely perfect as Everton defender John Stones was forced to withdraw from the squad before being ruled out for three months.
That’s meant a chance for Arsenal star Calum Chambers to come into the squad for the international break and he’ll be eager to take any chance he’s given by Hodgson.