Germany's Thomas Muller and England's Steven Gerrard

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Glenn Hoddle claims he would start both Leighton Baines and Ashley Cole on the left

England v Germany: 'Leighton Baines or Ashley Cole? I would start them both,' says Glenn Hoddle

Former manager says both players could be accommodated on the left

(right to left) Marcel Schmelzer, Per Mertesacker, Rene Adler and Mats Hummels

England v Germany: Per Mertesacker and teammates take the tube to Wembley Park

Joachim Low's side embrace their surroundings before the friendly tonight

Gordon Banks makes a save for England against Scotland back in 1967

England v Germany: 'Mark my words - it is never a friendly against Germany,' says Gordon Banks

Former goalkeeper was part of England's 1966 World Cup winning starting XI

Jack Wilshere shields the ball from Chile’s Marcelo Diaz at Wembley on Friday

England v Germany: Jack Wilshere claims playing Chile was just like facing Barcelona

'We'll learn from the defeat,' says Arsenal midfielder

Michael Ballack does not see England as rivals for Germany

England v Germany: Michael Ballack claims England are not at the 'same level' as Germany

Former Chelsea midfielder says Hodgson's team are 'a bit behind'

England v Chile: Southampton duo Jay Rodriguez and Adam Lallana set to start for Roy Hodgson's side

Pair are expected to make their England debuts tonight

Frank Lampard (left) and Roy Hodgson address the media

International Friendly: England v Chile match preview

A look ahead to the international friendly fixture at Wembley

England v Chile: Rickie Lambert fired up by alleged Alexis Sanchez 'soft' comments

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Andros Townsend is looking forward to playing Germany on Tuesday

World Cup 2014: England winger Andros Townsend looks forward to 'great test' against Germany next week

Townsend has enjoyed a fine start to his international career

Joe Hart puts on a brave face about sitting on the bench on Saturday after being dropped by Manchester City

Comment: Roy Hodgson knows goalkeepers are different – and will stand by Manchester City stopper Joe Hart

Even if Hart remained Man City’s second-choice, he would still be England No 1

Andy Carroll: Liverpool are keen for a quick resolution on striker's move to Upton Park

Andy Carroll return fuelled by England World Cup dream as West Ham striker continues his recovery from an ankle injury

The 24-year-old is keen to return and impress for the Hammers in an attempt to force his way into Roy Hodgson's squad

Rio Ferdinand on England duty back in 2008

Rio Ferdinand insists he can work with Roy Hodgson on FA task force

Defender bears no grudge towards England manager after pair are added to Dyke commission

John Terry has congratulated the England team and Roy Hodgson over their qualification for next summer's World Cup

Former England captain John Terry congratulates Roy Hodgson's side on their qualification for Brazil 2014 World Cup

Terry, who retired from international football in September, agrees that Andros Townsend has been a 'breath of fresh air'

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Hodgson had made a comment about an astronaut feeding a monkey in relation to Chris Smalling and Townsend's playing relationship in the 2-0 win over Poland

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