Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney has taken to social networking site Twitter to wish his England teammates the best of luck for tonight’s game.
England will be looking to maintain their 100% record in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign this evening when they take on Estonia at home.
The Three Lions have won all eight of their Group E qualifiers and have already booked their place in the finals.
United captain Rooney will miss tonight’s encounter at London’s Wembley Stadium due to an ankle injury.
The 29-year-old has admitted on Twitter that he is disappointed to miss out, but he hopes that his England teammates get the job done without him.
Gutted I can't play tonight but good luck to the lads and looking forward to watching them put in a good performance @england— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) October 9, 2015
Roy Hodgson’s side will be heavy favourites to defeat Estonia at Wembley this evening.
England and Estonia have met just three times, with the Three Lions winning all of them and the latter failing to score a goal in any.
Hodgson will be looking to use this match to gauge the strength of his squad and understand how much the ‘fringe’ players can do.