The most pertinent question ahead of Thursday's European qualifier against San Marino is how many goals England can score, rather than whether or not they will secure three points.
This may sound presumptuous given how accustomed England fans have become with the feeling of disappointment, but anything less than victory will be seen as one of football's greatest upsets.
It wasn't until 1990 that San Marino first played as a nation in an official match, and they've been breaking records ever since, more often than not for the wrong reasons.
1) San Marino have won one game in their history, beating Liechtenstein 1-0 in a friendly in 2004.
2) They are currently ranked joint 208th in the FIFA rankings, sharing last place with Bhutan.
3) In their four previous meetings England have scored 26 goals to San Marino's one.
4) Twin brothers Aldo and Davide Simoncini both scored own goals in a 6-0 defeat to Sweden in 2010, a world first.
5) San Marino has a population of just 32,000, less than half of Wembley Stadium's capacity.
6) A total of 15 teams compete in Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio, San Marino's equivalent of the Premier League, although neither club has its own stadium. Instead, one of five neutral venues is selected at random for each fixture.
7) In 123 official matches they have scored 20 goals, conceding 531.
8) San Marino's form hasn't improved much in recent years, losing each of their 30 World Cup and European Championship qualifying matches since 2008, scoring two goals and conceding 154.
9) They set an unwanted European Championship qualifying record in September 2006 after losing 13-0 against Germany.
10) Davide Gaulteri's strike after seven seconds against England in 1993 remains the quickest ever in World Cup qualifying, but they went on to lose the match 7-1.