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Christophe Berra (right) celebrates his late winner for Scotland with James Morrison

Scotland vs Northern Ireland: Berra finds reward for Scotland's endeavour

Scotland 1 Northern Ireland 0

Lukas Podolski, right, celebrates his equaliser

Lukas Podolski spared the blushes of Germany and Bendtner hits hat-trick for Denmark

Podolski, on loan at Internazionale from Arsenal, stroked the ball home from close range

Gareth Bale training ahead of Saturday’s game against Israel

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Bale shrugs off hostility at Real Madrid to prepare for Wales' big game

The squad have met up ahead of the crucial European Championship qualifier against Group B leaders Israel

Danny Rose training with England earlier this week

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Another blow for Hodgson as Danny Rose pulls out of England squad

Spurs left-back had been called on this week to replace the injured Luke Shaw

New England kit: Black strip leaked online

Image of kit emerges accompanied by 'green and pleasant land' slogan

The World Cup trophy

World Cup 2026: England bid can't be ruled out, reveals Greg Dyke

Euro 2028 bid more likely

England manager Roy Hodgson looks on during a training session at St George's Park on Tuesday

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Do not rush to build up Kane as England’s saviour, warns Hodgson

Manager hits out at 'espionage' after photo of line-up

Harry Kane training with England at St George’s Park on Tuesday

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Harry Kane's stellar rise continues as Roy Hodgson throws him in

Young Tottenham striker set to start alongside Rooney in qualifier against Lithuania on Friday

Michael Carrick wants one last hurrah at a major tournament with England

Euro 2016 qualifiers: Michael Carrick aiming to show he can be pitch perfect

Carrick appears the obvious choice to fill the berth at the base of manager Roy Hodgson's midfield diamond

Manchester United’s David Gill has won the Home Nations’ place on the Fifa executive committee

England may bid for 2026 World Cup - but only if Sepp Blatter goes

Dyke confirms FA interest in hosting despite being humiliated in 2010

Diego Costa is replaced by Loic Remy

Diego Costa pulls out of Spain squad: Striker injured playing for Chelsea

Costa will miss games against Ukraine and Netherlands

Despite picking up a hip injury in the defeat to Manchester United, Daniel Sturridge has still joined up with the England squad

England squad: Daniel Sturridge 'set to withdraw' from Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania with hip problem

Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason has been called up for his first England senior squad after Aston Villa’s Fabian Delph went down with a stomach bug

Adam Lallana is reported to have pulled out of the England squad

Adam Lallana injury: Liverpool midfielder pulls out of England squad ahead of Friday's match Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania - reports

The England squad is due to report to St George's Park later today but reports suggest Lallana has suffered injury in the defeat to Manchester United

Referee Roger East looks over stricken Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster after he injured his knee against Burnley

England squad: Forster Forster injury earns Rob Green England recall

Southampton’s Forster was carried off on a stretcher after suffering a knee injury against Burnley on Saturday

Michael Carrick: In-form Manchester United midfielder can finally take centre stage for England

Manchester United midfielder has been overlooked in the past

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