England scored two tries in each half to defeat South Africa 37-21 and extend their perfect record under Eddie Jones to 10 matches.Read the full story ›
England and Scotland could face fines or even points deductions after defying FIFA by wearing black armbands featuring poppies.Read the full story ›
Gary Cahill believes England's players are comfortable with Gareth Southgate's leadership because he knows what they are going through.
England claimed a 3-0 win over their oldest rivals Scotland on Friday, with headed goals from Cahill, Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana ensuring they ended a rough year by establishing a two-point lead in their World Cup qualifying group.
The positive thing I see is that he's been there, he's been an England player and been to major tournaments.
He has that experience and he knows how it is, he knows the pressure you're under when you go and play in an England shirt so he can relate very closely.
We've enjoyed this week. Last time we were thrown together in difficult circumstances but this time he's started to get his points across in training and it's important we buy in and keep going.
Gareth's come in and done what's expected of him. It's out of our control but we'll keep giving everything we can for him.
Gareth Southgate insists he does not know whether he will be England's next permanent manager as his caretaker spell draws to a close.Read the full story ›
Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill all scored headers as England beat Scotland in their World Cup qualifier at WembleyRead the full story ›
Michael Keane has emphasised the importance of England keeping cool heads when they face Scotland at Wembley on FridayRead the full story ›
Jack Wilshere's decision to join Bournemouth on loan has been vindicated after the midfielder was handed an England recallRead the full story ›
Midfielder Jack Wilshere and striker Harry Kane have been named in a 25-man England squad for the forthcoming matches against Scotland and Spain.
In a statement, the FA maintained the remembrance poppy did not a represent "a political, religious or commercial message".Read the full story ›