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England have drawn 0-0 with Honduras in Miami in their final friendly before the World Cup.
The match, which was delayed by an electrical storm, brings an end to England's training in the US with the squad set to fly to Brazil today.
Roy Hodgson's side will play Italy in Manaus on Saturday in their first World Cup game.
Roy Hodgson came to Miami for the weather, it just wasn't this kind of weather he had in mind.
But, with the game having restarted and looking like it will finish, the game's only significance will be as pub quiz material.
The ref had no choice, American by-laws rule that if lightening strikes within 5 miles of the stadium, it means the game has to be postponed until the storm has passed.
While it won't faze the players, spare a thought for the ITV Sport presentation team who had what must have seemed an interminable time to fill. And that after racing from their exposed pitchside position to the sanctity of the tunnel.
The delay will not affect England's travel plans of course - their private charter to Rio tonight will wait and take off whenever they want, so the players will still get a comfortable night in their flat beds.
England and Honduras are set to resume their friendly match after an electrical storm saw play suspended.
England's friendly match against Honduras in Miami has been temporarily suspended due a thunder and lightning storm.
Both sets of players were taken off the pitch 23 minutes into the match, with the score at 0-0, and it is hoped they will return in around half an hour.
David Beckham will be in the stands as England take on Honduras in their final warm-up game ahead of the World Cup.
The former captain is launching his own team in Miami, where the Three Lions will be playing for the second time in today's game.
ITV News has accessed England's dressing room ahead of their friendly with Honduras tonight.
The numbers on the shirts are the designated squad numbers and do not necessarily reflect tonight's starting line-up.
England's footballers are set to come up against searing heat in Miami today as they play their final friendly before the World Cup in Brazil.
The temperature in Miami currently stands at 32C (90F), compared to 30C (86F) in the Amazonian city of Manaus, where the Three Lions will play their opening game of the tournament.
However, perhaps of more concern to Roy Hodgson will be the humidity - currently at 62% in Miami, compared to 70% in Manaus.
Humidity levels in Manaus can regularly rise above 99% in a typical June.
England will take on Honduras tonight in the final friendly match before the World Cup.
The match will kick-off at 9:45pm tonight and can be watched live over on ITV Sport.