The annual Unicef charity football match Soccer Aid takes place at Old Trafford this evening as celebrities compete with former stars of the sport.
England will take on the Rest of the World as is customary, with intriguing line-ups on both sides.
Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was set to feature for the Rest of the World, but was dropped on Saturday after reportedly sending a message containing pornographic content to team-mates via WhatsApp. He is also said to have offered to hire sex workers for players.
Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game:
What time is it?
The game is set to kick off shortly after 6.30pm BST at Old Trafford.
How can I watch it?
The match will air live on ITV and can also be streamed via the ITV hub.
What are the teams?
England squad: Olly Murs, James Bay, Tom Davis, Joel Dommett, Marvin Humes, Danny Jones, Lee Mack, Joe Wicks, Mark Wright, Wes Brown, Katie Chapman, Andy Cole, Ashley Cole, Joe Cole, David James, Kelly Smith.
Managers: Wayne Rooney, Sam Allardyce.
Rest of the World squad: Kem Cetinay, Santan Dave, Chelcee Grimes, Roman Kemp, Dermot Kennedy, DJ Locksmith, Jeremy Lynch, Jason Manford, Ore Oduba, Iain Stirling, Billy Wingrove, Patrice Evra, Julie Fleeting, Darren Fletcher, Robbie Keane, Claude Makelele, Lianne Sanderson.
Manager: Harry Redknapp.
Where can I donate?
You can donate to Unicef, the charity behind Soccer Aid, by clicking here.
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