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The man who pays his way

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World Cup Qualifier: England v Poland match preview

A look ahead to the final World Cup qualifying crunch match at Wembley

Wilfried Zaha is likely to start for England Under-21s when they take on Lithuania later today

Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha to be given chance to impress... for England Under-21s against Lithuania

Zaha is yet to feature under David Moyes in the Premier League and hasn't played since the curtain-raising Community Shield victory over Wigan in August

Gerrard: 'It's a big massive picture of the Croatia game in 2007'

England v Poland: Steven Gerrard backs England fans to drown out 20,000 Poles at Wembley

The Football Association have increased Polish fans' ticket allocation for the World Cup qualifier at Wemebley but Gerrard feels it will only add to the atmosphere

Steven Gerrard (left) and Frank Lampard share a joke during training

Comment: Time for the tandem act of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to come to an end for England

The duplication of their midfield roles makes England look one-paced

Waldemar Fornalik, the Poland coach, could be taking charge of the team for the last time

England v Poland: Poles hope spirit of 1973 can warm 18,000 supporters at Wembley for World Cup qualifier

“We will do all we can to ensure the fans can go home  in a happy mood”

England fans in Kiev last year

England v Poland: Roy Hodgson confident 'our fans will out-sing theirs' despite FA doubling Polish support for World Cup qualifier at Wembley

Hodgson doesn't fear facing over 18,000 away fans in crucial Wembley decider

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 15 October 2013

Gerrard: I’m ready to banish those nightmares of 2007

Andros Townsend picked up a knock against Montenegro

England v Poland: Andros Townsend injury could prompt Roy Hodgson to change starting line-up

Roy Hodgson said on Monday that Andros Townsend, England’s match-winner on Friday, had picked up an unspecified injury in training and cast some doubt over whether the Tottenham man would play in Tuesday’s must-win World Cup qualifier against Poland.

Steven Gerrard

England v Poland: Steven Gerrard desperate to avoid repeat of Croatia heartbreak at Wembley

The captain was part of the side that lost 3-2 and failed to reach Euro 2008

Roy Hodgson

England v Poland: Roy Hodgson believes FA were 'virtually forced' into increasing away support allocation by 10,000 tickets

Hodgson's side will walk out in their critical World Cup qualifier on Tuesday to around 20,000 Poland fans at Wembley

Roy Hodgson says he would make no excuses in the event of failure

England v Poland: Roy Hodgson targeting victory at Wembley and direct qualification for the 2014 World Cup

England are guaranteed to finish second if they falter against Poland

England fans can expect a lot of noise for England match against Poland

England v Poland: FA defend 18,000 ticket allocation for away fans at Wembley

Visiting fans will make up 20 per cent of those inside the stadium for the World Cup qualifier

<p>Andros Townsend</p>
<p>Perfect evening. His run down the right made the first goal before his brilliant strike made the game safe. 9</p>

England v Poland: Tottenham winger Andros Townsend vows not to get carried away following 'perfect debut' for England

The 22-year-old scored a stunning goal against Montenegro to cap a fine display

Transfer news: Robert Lewandowski rejects talk of having agreed to join Bayern Munich and admits he wants to play in England

His current club could look to sell the Polish striker in January although the current Champions League holders remain favourites to sign the 25-year-old

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