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Wayne Rooney is pictured at the arrival of the England national football team in Podgorica

World Cup qualifiers: Montenegro v England match preview

A look ahead to this evening’s crucial tie in Podgorica

England manager Roy Hodgson

Montenegro v England: Steve McClaren says tonight is a 'defining game for Roy Hodgson'

Defeat for England tonight would seriously dent aspirations of reaching the 2014 World Cup

Stevan Jovetic

Stevan Jovetic 'happy' to be on 'the radar of such a big club' as Arsenal

Montenegro star is reportedly a summer target for Arsene Wenger

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand

Sol Campbell backs Rio Ferdinand to enjoy an international future

Ferdinand pulled out of the England squad amid fitness concerns

Steven Gerrard (left) and Joleon Lescott during training at the Podgorica City Stadium yesterday

Montenegro v England: Hard work will tip the balance in pivotal match insists Roy Hodgson

Manager puts faith in well-organised side as his reign reaches early defining moment

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 26 March 2013

Montenegro just where we want them, says Gerrard

Wayne Rooney is pictured at the arrival of the England national football team in Podgorica

Roy Hodgson expects 'outstanding' disciplinary record to continue for England

Wayne Rooney can expect to be targeted by Montenegro

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Can be pleased with his work, looked inventive hit the bar and scored a neat goal 8/10

Montenegro v England: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admits Montenegro match is a 'pressure game'

Tuesday's opponents currently top the group

Tom Cleverley: Sir Alex Ferguson has always spoken highly of him and his emergence is a real bonus for Hodgson 7/0

Montenegro v England: Tom Cleverley prepared for hostile reception

England play the group leaders on Tuesday

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand will regret snubbing England says Peter Shilton

The Manchester United defender pulled out of the squad last week

Rooney was shown a straight red against Montenegro

Montenegro v England: Joleon Lescott confident 'grown-up' Wayne Rooney won't see red again

England team-mate Lescott says striker is too experienced to be sent off for a second time

Main man: Wayne Rooney will have to cope with the pressure in Podgorica in the crucial qualifier against Montenegro

All change from Roy Hodgson for England’s tough test against Montenegro

Hodgson is expected to bring back six players after his team’s relaxed stroll through San Marino

Familiar foes: Roy Hodgson admits his side know all about Montenegro

Hodgson calls on England to show pedigree and win dogfight for finals

He is the first England manager to have beaten Brazil in 23 years. On Friday night, his team won by the biggest winning margin of any England side for more than 25 years. He has lost just one of his 14 games in charge discounting penalty shoot-outs. Yet on Tuesday night in Podgorica, the mood around Roy Hodgson's England team will be defined for the next seven months.

Roy Hodgson is refusing to bill Tuesday's clash with Montenegro as a group decider

Roy Hodgson refuses to dub England's match with Montenegro a 'group decider'

Roy Hodgson is refusing to bill Tuesday's clash with Montenegro as a group decider.

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