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Raheem Sterling
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England take on Estonia in the third game of the Euro 2016 qualifiers on Sunday with the three Lions currently top of the group having already had the better of Switzerland and San Marino in consecutive games.

Where to Watch Live

Kick-off is set for 5pm BST. Live coverage will be available on ITV and ITV HD.

Overview

Estonia will look to pull off a major surprise against the mighty English and cut their campaign short as they host England in their third qualifying game of the series.

The hosts won their first game 1-0 against Slovenia but succumbed to a loss via a similar margin against Lithuania, which has dented their hopes to qualify for Europe's most coveted international tournament.

Estonia are placed 81st in the FIFA rankings and are hosting England for the first time since 2007, where the visitors emerged winners 3-0 owing to goals from Peter Crouch, Michael Owen and Joe Cole. A win here will be counted as a major upset and derail England's hopes of winning the group.

Meanwhile, Roy Hodgson has revealed that he will field a full strength squad with Raheem Sterling also in contention after being substituted at half time against San Marino.

Goals from Danny Welbeck, Phil Jagielka, Wayne Rooney and Andros Townsend sank a hapless San Marino in their second game after the Three Lions had triumphed in what was arguably their most difficult game in the tournament, away to Switzerland.

A brace from Welbeck against the team placed ninth in the FIFA rankings meant that England are currently favourites to top the group and need a disciplined performance against Estonia to keep the pressure on the Swiss from abating.

The likes of Jack Wilshere, Adam Lallana, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all set to start, with no injury problems threatening to cut their campaign short.

Wayne Rooney
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What Managers Say

Roy Hodgson: "I would be a bit wary of putting Estonia in the same category as San Marino. They might surprise people who haven't seen a lot of them. They're very Scandinavian in their approach, and you know how good the Swedes, Norwegians and Danes have been in terms of work ethic and organisation. It will be a bit of a test, but I'm very confident we'll see it through."

Magnus Pehrsson: "Roy Hodgson is rated highly in Sweden. I was too young [when Hodgson worked there] to be a professional player. I met him a few times. We worked on TV a few times. Everything I have to say is positive as a person. Also, he influenced the coaches in Sweden a lot. He was a good instructor, hands-on and that was different to the way Swedish coaches were used to working."

Betting Odds(By 888Sports.com)

  • England win:1/4
  • Draw: 26/5
  • Estonia Win:11/1

Form Guide

Estonia

  • Last Five(most recent first): L W L W L
  • Last Result: Lithuania 1-0 Estonia

England

  • Last Five(most recent first): W W W D L
  • Last Result: England 5-0 San Marino

Team News

Estonia

  • Injured: N/A
  • Suspended: Ken Kallaste
  • Doubtful: N/A

Possible XI: Pareiko; Kallaste, Klavan, Barengrub, Jaager; K Mets; I Antonov, Vunk, Lindpere, Zenjov; Anier

England

  • Injured:
  • Suspended:
  • Doubtful:

Possible XI: Hart; Chambers, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines; Wilshere; Henderson, Sterling, Delph; Welbeck, Rooney