England faces a tough match this evening with a World Cup qualifier match against Montenegro in Podgorica.
Roy Hodgson has made six changes to his England side. It’s a strong lineup today for England, so they can’t have any excuses against a tricky Montenegro side who will be buoyed by a vocal home support.
England starting XI: 1. Joe Hart, 2. Glen Johnson, 3. Ashley Cole, 4. Steven Gerrard (c), 5. Joleon Lescott, 6. Chris Smalling, 7. James Milner, 8. Michael Carrick, 9. Danny Welbeck, 10. Wayne Rooney, 11. Tom Cleverley.
Today’s match kicks off at 4pm ET/8pm UK time. If you live in the United States, you can watch it live on GolTV, ESPN Deportes or ESPN3.com
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