Timely boost for World Cup footballers as British scientist devises method for taking the perfect spot-kick.
The passport numbers of England's entire World Cup squad were published on the teamsheet for their warm-up game with Ecuador.
England manager Roy Hodgson said his players will sing the national anthem loud and proud before matches at the World Cup in Brazil.
The England football team have arrived at their pre-World Cup training base in Miami, ITV News Sports Producer Will Mott has reported:
England arrive for their World Cup training camp in Miami http://t.co/tVVoTWqPyi
Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard were among the England footballers snapped on the tarmac as the squad prepared to fly to Miami for a series of pre-World Cup friendlies.
England coach Roy Hodgson said the Brazil World Cup "is going to be a great adventure" as the squad readied themselves for a trip to Miami ahead of the tournament.
Hodgson said: "We'll all very excited about it. We got the perfect send off really on Friday night, the crowd was magnificent and think we're in a very positive mood. We feel positive we'll do what we can".
Speaking at London's Luton Airport, Hodgson said there was "no trepidation," but that there "was excitement."
"We're aware of our responsibilities - we know that we carry a lot of hopes and dreams with us," he added.
The England team have flown to Miami, Florida to begin their final preparations before the opening game of the 2014 Brazilian World Cup.
Roy Hodgson's men left Luton for the warmer weather of Florida, United States, where they will play three friendlies against Ecuador and Honduras on Wednesday and Saturday respectively.
The Duke of Cambridge has recorded a message of support for the England football team ahead of the World Cup and called on the nation to play its part.
In an open message to England manager Roy Hodgson and the squad, Prince William said: "Having spent some time with the England players after the Peru game at Wembley, I am sure they will be ready for the challenge.
"To the thousands of England fans making the long trip out in support, I hope you have a great time and see some amazing football."
The Royal said both he and his son Prince George would take part in some capacity, adding, "I can assure you that George and I will be having a go ourselves".
David Cameron was given a surprising answer when he asked children at the National Football Centre which footballer should be the first name on England's World Cup team sheet.
The group of youngsters at the FA centre in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, answered Ronaldo - who plays for Portugal.
ITV News Correspondent Richard Pallot tweeted from the FA centre:
PM asks kids at the FA centre which player should be the first name on England WC team sheet. Answer Ronaldo http://t.co/CkG1FKDea2