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Roy Hodgson inspects the pitch at the National Stadium in Warsaw

England's World Cup qualifier postponed until tomorrow due to waterlogged pitch

England's World Cup qualifier against Poland has been rearranged for 4pm tomorrow after massive rainfall caused tonight's match to be postponed.

Andy Carroll with Wayne Rooney and Roy Hodgson

My grandson is more skilful than Andy Carroll, claims Poland legend Zbigniew Boniek

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Danny Welbeck impressed against San Marino but may not start in Poland

England manager Roy Hodgson welcomes selection headaches ahead of Poland match

England manager Roy Hodgson has welcomed the selection problems handed to him after Friday night's victory over San Marino as he prepares to pick a team to face Poland tomorrow night.

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Tom Cleverley backs Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney for England captaincy

Tom Cleverley has backed Wayne Rooney's England captaincy claims.

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Phil Jagielka admits 'mixed emotions' over John Terry's retirement from England

Phil Jagielka admits he has “mixed emotions” over John Terry's retirement from international football as he strives to cement his own spot in the England team.

It’s the moment of truth for Roy Hodgson and his assistant Ray Lewington

Hodgson to call up old guard for Warsaw duty

Roy Hodgson is preparing to make up to six changes for England's World Cup qualifier against Poland tomorrow night from the team that beat San Marino 5-0 on Friday.

Danny Welbeck impressed against San Marino but may not start in Poland

Sam Wallace: Why this Warsaw trip is the acid test for manager

There comes a time in the life of every England qualifying campaign for a major tournament when the team are required to lay down a marker and, three games in on the road to the 2014 World Cup finals, that time feels like tomorrow night in Warsaw.

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

FA drop last-minute call for Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

Hodgson's hopes of bringing in full-back for Poland qualifier dashed by lack of international clearance

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Roy Hodgson keeps a close eye on Wayne Rooney during training yesterday

Early England goal against San Marino 'the key' says Wayne Rooney

Stand-in skipper Wayne Rooney wants England to strike early to help ensure there are no shocks in store when they take on lowly ranked San Marino in tonight's World Cup qualifier at Wembley.

Wayne and Coleen at Aintree in April

Lampard injury opens up midfield for Rooney

Frank Lampard is Roy Hodgson's only injury doubt for the World Cup qualifier against San Marino tomorrow at Wembley as the England manager ponders using Wayne Rooney in the midfield role he has played for Manchester United of late.

Roy Hodgson keeps a close eye on Wayne Rooney during training yesterday

Frank Lampard's injury opens up midfield chance for Wayne Rooney

Frank Lampard is Roy Hodgson's only injury doubt for the World Cup qualifier against San Marino tomorrow at Wembley as the England manager ponders using Wayne Rooney in the midfield role he has played for Manchester United of late.

England coach Gary Neville

Kyle Walker hails Gary Neville's influence in the England camp

Kyle Walker has hailed the impact England coach Gary Neville has had on his game as he prepares to make his first competitive start for his country.

Ashley Cole takes instructions from Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson has no doubt over Ashley Cole's commitment to England

Roy Hodgson does not believe anyone can question Ashley Cole's commitment to England.

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