Andros Townsend

England v Germany: Joachim Low wary of 'quick and dynamic' Andros Townsend

The sides meet at Wembley on Tuesday

In England’s attachment to the cult of ‘beat your man’ Andros Townsend is the latest saviour

Kevin Garside: England are handicapped by a culture that struggles to show sufficient pride in the national shirt

There is a huge pride in representation, that by pulling on the jersey you serve

Daniel Sturridge addresses the media on Sunday

England v Germany: Daniel Sturridge says he will be fit to play at Wembley on Tuesday

A foot problem kept the Liverpool striker out of the defeat by Chile

Shining example: Dan Carter sports the cap he received for making his 100th Test appearance

Before Dylan Hartley departed England worked out what it takes to make the Kiwis blink

His eye an egg, Chris Robshaw convinced as the vanquished captain, but looking around the pitch at the close, having briefly led the best team in the world, there was vindication as well as the scars.

The eyes have it: Jack Wilshere, England’s key midfielder, shields the ball from Chile’s Marcelo Diaz at Wembley on Friday

England v Germany: Joe Hart and Ashley Cole return to fray for Three Lions

Roy Hodgson goes back to the future in defence as England aim to avoid back-to-back defeats at home for the first time since 1977 when they face Germany on Tuesday

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira could face missing the World Cup after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the 1-1 draw with Italy

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira sees his World Cup hopes plunged into doubt after being ruled out for six months

Khedira suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee although there is optimism that he could still recover in time to make Brazil 2014

England fans leave the stadium with 10 minutes of the match left to play

England 0 Chile 2: Supporters right not to accept defeat, says Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson asked supporters to keep England’s 2-0 defeat to Chile in perspective after his team were booed at the final whistle tonight following their first defeat in 11 games.

Hugo Lloris cannot keep out Ukraine’s penalty

Ukraine 2 France 0 match report: Trouble for France after poor display in Kiev

Ukraine stunned France with two second-half goals on Friday to win the first leg of their World Cup playoff 2-0 and put the heavily favored visitors in real danger of missing next year's tournament.

Ray Clemence has described his battle with cancer as a 'shock' but confirms he is in remission and hopes for further good news

Ray Clemence describes his battle with cancer as a 'shock' following his recent retirement but hopes for further good news after going into remission

Clemence stepped down from his role with the Football Association last month and believes that his career as a goalkeeper has been a help in his battle with illness

Paul Aguilar celebrates after scoring for Mexico against New Zealand in their 2014 World Cup play-off

Mexico 5 New Zealand 1: Mexicans effectively kill-off play-off tie with first leg demolition to take giant stride towards 2014 World Cup

New Zealand will need to beat Mexico 4-0 or better when they meet in the second leg on Tuesday

Jack Wilshere celebrates after scoring against Norwich

Jack Wilshere: People forget I'm only 21 because I have two children

The England and Arsenal midfielder understands it's easy for people to think he's older

Only one of Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will appear at next year's World Cup finals
Nicklas Bendtner has been out of the Arsenal team this season

Nicklas Bendtner told he must leave Arsenal - by Denmark coach Morten Olsen

Striker has not been getting a lot of playing time at Emirates

Steven Gerrard is hoping success this season will convince Luis Suarez to stay with Liverpool

Steven Gerrard votes for Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez to win the Ballon d'Or

Franck Ribery is the favourite to win the prestigious award

Southampton forward Jay Rodriguez feels the team can push even higher than their current third place

Southampton 4 Hull 1: Latest England call-up Jay Rodriguez claims Saints can go even higher than their current third place

Emphatic victory over Tigers means Southampton go into the international break in the top three and Rodriguez wants hard work to keep team on the rise

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