During training today, England striker Rickie Lambert said there was no reason to try and change the style of football England had been playing as they progressed towards the World Cup.
Roy Hodgson's squad were at Arsenal's training ground today ahead of their game against Chile. It's good news for midfielder Jack Wilshere, who has been carrying an ankle injury.
Forced to sit out training however, were England captain Steven Gerrard and defender Kyle Walker. They will miss Friday's international. Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is also injured.
Roy Hodgson's appearance at training was delayed by around 10 minutes, however, as he was having a chat with Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who was already at the venue to train with the Gunners players who have not been called up for the internationals.
Met Police made at total of 36 arrests during the operation for last night's England v Poland match at Wembley:
- 16 were for the possession of use of flares
- 6 drunk and disorderly
- 5 affray
- 2 possession of drugs
- 7 other offences including one for pitch invasion
Around 20,000 Polish fans are expected in Wembley tonight for England's World Cup qualifying match. Five pubs in Wembley have been allocated for Polish fans only. They are:
- 'The Torch', 1 Bridge Road
- 'Crock of Gold', 23 Bridge Road
- 'Crystals', South Way
- 'Liquor Station', 379 High Road
- 'Premier Inn', 151 Wembley Park Drive
ITV London reporter Rags Martel reports on England's route to Rio, as the team prepares to play Montenegro as part of the World Cup qualifier.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has told ITV News that he believes that only English people should play football for England.
Speaking to Charlene White at a book signing in the capital today, he said he supported England player Jack Wilshere's call for a change in Fifa residency rules. He also criticised the head of the FA saying he hasn't got a clue about football.
A new memorial will be unveiled at the grave of the first-ever England football captain in Kilburn today.
Cuthbert Ottaway led England in the very first international football match against Scotland in 1872.
The England manager Roy Hodgson has said that Chelsea's Gary Cahill will definitely miss Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Montenegro. The defender picked up an injury last weekend playing against West Ham.
England's defensive injury crisis worsened as it was revealed that Chelsea's Gary Cahill will not be available for Friday's World Cup qualifier against San Marino. The defender picked up an injury during Chelsea's match on Sunday. Newcastle's Steven Taylor has been called up instead.
Cahill has not yet been ruled out of the team for the crucial match against Montenegro on Tuesday. The England manager Roy Hodgson already faces a selection dilemma after fellow defenders Rio Ferdinand and Michael Dawson had to pull out of the England squad this week.