Montenegro v England: Wayne Rooney returns to scene of red card shame as Roy Hodgson makes six changes to team that thrashed San Marino

England head coach Roy Hodgson made six changes for the World Cup qualifier with current group leaders Montenegro in Podgorica this evening.

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

Joe Hart: How to judge a player who doesn't touch the ball? Goalkeeper was inactive throughout 6/10

England v San Marino: Player ratings

Following the match between England and San Marino, we take a look at how each player performed.

Theo Walcott talks to Roy Hodgson

Theo Walcott ruled out of England World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro

The forward will be sidelined for up to 10 days

Shinji Kagawa holds his knee during the Champions League match against Braga

Sir Alex Ferguson: Shinji Kagawa's best is yet to come at Manchester United

Scot blame the physical challenge of the Premier League for Japan international's slow start

Alex Ferguson watches over Manchester United training

Alex Ferguson 'expects' a treble push from Manchester United

United play Reading in the FA Cup tonight, whilst being firm favourites for the Premier League with hopes of Champions League progression

Phil Jones trains for Manchester United

Phil Jones provides fitness boost for Manchester United

Defender trains ahead of Champions League tie against Real Madrid

Van Persie makes the difference for in-form United, abetted by Hernandez

An emphatic victory and a second clean sheet on the bounce. If this is Manchester United going through the gears, it won't matter how the pack responds.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney to miss next few games for Manchester United

Striker suffered training ground injury

Arsenal's Santi Cazorla celebrates after scoring past Reading's keeper Adam Federici (left)

Arsenal are 'very impressive' says Wigan manager Roberto Martinez

Wigan manager witnessed Arsenal demolish Reading 5-2

Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley

Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley to undergo scan

England international limped out of midweek Champions League game

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson

Victory over Manchester City would be one of the 'best ever results' says Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson

Manchester United manager concerned by leaky defence ahead of this Sunday's derby

Wayne Rooney

Alex Ferguson hopeful Wayne Rooney will be 'in real top form' for Manchester derby

United take on Manchester City this weekend in the Premier League

Bleak for United as Manchester derby looms

Rarely has a Manchester derby looked a more likely shoot-out between title contenders. Rarely have two sides less befitted such a billing.

Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez falls under a challenge from Cluj’s Ionut Rada
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