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England vs Peru, World Cup Warmup Match: Open Thread

wembley England vs Peru, World Cup Warmup Match: Open Thread

England kicks off its next match in a series of three World Cup warmup games. Today’s game against Peru will be England’s last match before heading to Miami, where they’ll play two friendlies next week — one against Ecuador and the other against Honduras.

Peru should present a suitable opponent for England who will be looking to put in an impressive confidence in their send-off match in front of their home supporters.

Here is today’s TV/Internet schedule for matches being shown in the US (including commentators):

England vs Peru, 3pm, FOX Sports 2, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go

Starting line-ups:

England: Hart, Johnson, Baines, Gerrard (c), Cahill, Jagielka, Sturridge, Rooney, Welbeck, Henderson, Lallana

Subs: Wilshere, Lampard, Smalling, Foster, Milner, Lambert, Sterling, Barkley, Forster, Stones, Flanagan

Peru: Fernandez; Rodriguez, Callens, Ramos, Advincula, Yotun; Cruzado, Ramirez, Ballon; Carrillo, Deza.

Subs: Gambetta, Hurtado, Ruidiaz, Forsyth, Velarde, Angel Saavedra, Gallese, Flores, Riojas

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.


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