England will look to draw a line under their disappointing World Cup campaign on Wednesday when they take on Norway at Wembley
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Football history could be made on Friday night as Norway consider giving a competitive debut to 15-year-old Martin Odegaard.
Should he feature in the Group H clash away to Malta, the Stromsgodset winger would become the youngest player to play in European Championship qualifying.
The record is held by Iceland's former Arsenal and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Siggi Jonsson, who was 16 years and 251 days young when he made his qualifying debut in June 1983, also against Malta.
Fifteen-year-old Martin Odegaard has been called up to the senior Norway squad for the friendly against the United Arab Emirates on August 27.
The Stromsgodset midfielder will become Norway's youngest ever international if he appears in the match in Stavanger. He will be 15 years and 253 days old on the day of the game.
England will play Norway in a friendly at Wembley in September, the FA has announced.
The match will take place on the evening of Wednesday 3rd September.
Five days after the game, England will head to Berne for their opening Euro 2014 qualifier against Switzerland.
UEFA will investigate how a song including the N-word ended up being played before England Under-21s' defeat to Norway.
UEFA said: "There was a misunderstanding regarding instructions to the local DJ about acceptable lyrics inside the stadium."
(We have no idea what dance craze Carew and son are encouraging here. Something called the New Azonto, apparently)