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Roy Hodgson has yet to reveal if he will pick a full-strength team or hand some of his less experienced players a run-out for the visit of San Marino. However, he will be without Liverpool duo Glen Johnson and captain Steven Gerrard who are both suspended for the clash. John Terry has retired from international soccer.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker is likely to fill in at right back. Frank Lampard should take over the armband, although he is a slight injury doubt, meaning Wayne Rooney could captain the side if the Chelsea man misses out.
Elsewhere, Ryan Bertrand missed training with a sore throat and Jermain Defoe has been solely in the gym, but otherwise the Three Lions have no injury problems to speak of.
The visitors, meanwhile, have reported no injury problems in their squad ahead of the clash. The group's whipping boys are almost exclusively part-timers and boast just one professional player in their ranks: midfielder Mirko Palazzi plays for Rimini Calcio, a team in Italy’s fourth tier.
DID YOU KNOW?
England has played San Marino twice before and won both games. The first, a 6-0 win at Wembley in February 1993, was followed by a 7-1 win in November 1993.
In the 7-1 win, San Marino took the lead on 8.3 seconds through Davide Gualtieri, still the fastest ever goal in FIFA World Cup history.
If selected, Ashley Cole will earn his 99th England cap against San Marino, and could reach 100 caps against Poland on Tuesday.
If Wayne Rooney (pictured right) scores it will be his 30th England strike, putting him level on international goals with Nat Lofthouse, Alan Shearer and Tom Finney.
Jermain Defoe is a man in form for his country. The Spurs striker has scored 17 goals in his last 19 starts for England.
San Marino is listed joint 207th in the FIFA rankings with only Turks & Caicos Islands below them.
Manager Giampaolo Mazza is a PE teacher in San Marino. He has managed the team since 1998.
The visitors’ biggest ever away defeat came in Euro 2012 qualifying when they lost 11-0 to Netherlands, with Robin van Persie bagging four goals.
The population of San Marino is just over 31,000, which would fit inside Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium.
San Marino has lost 108 of its 114 games. Its last victory came over eight years ago, a 1-0 friendly win over Liechtenstein.