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England’s Record against Estonia

P4  W4-D0-L0 F9-A0 Record: 100.0%

DateVenueCompetitionGoals ForGoals AgainstResultEngland ManagerGoalkeeperPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayerPlayer
6-Jun-07A. Le Coq Arena, TallinnECP30AWSteve McClarenRobinson PBrown WKing LTerry JBridge WBeckham DLampard FGerrard SCole JOwen MCrouch P
Goal Scorers111
SubsDyer KDowning SJenas J
13-Oct-07Wembley Stadium, London (1 own goal)ECP30HWSteve McClarenRobinson PRichards MFerdinand RCampbell SCole AWright-PhilipsBarry GGerrard SCole JOwen MRooney W
Goal Scorers11
SubsLescott JNeville PLampard F
12-Oct-14A. Le Coq Arena, TallinnECP10AWRoy HodgsonHart JChambers CCahill GJagielka PBaines LDelph FHenderson JWilshere JLallana ARooney WWelbeck D
Goal Scorers1
SubsO-ChamberlainSterling R
9-Oct-15Wembley Stadium, LondonECP20HRoy HodgsonHart JClyne NCahill GSmalling CBertrand RMilner JBarkley RLallana ASterling RKane HWalcott T
Goal Scorers1
SubsO-ChamberlainVardy JAlli D

England v Estonia Euro 2016 Qualifiers Preview
Team News, Lineups & Stats
England vs Estonia Euro 2016 Qualifying, Group E
Date: Friday, 9th October, 2015
Time: 19:45 BST
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
Live stream: Live on ITV1
England are up against Estonia in their penultimate qualifying round game, and there is plenty room to manoeuvre for Roy Hodgson as the Three Lions have already qualified for next summer’s finals in France. England have won all their games in the group and lead second-placed Switzerland by nine points – if I were to put my betting bonus on a winner, it would be England 10 times out of 10. On the other hand Estonia’s qualification hopes are hanging by a thread, and they will definitely need a win to harbour any hopes of a playoff place.
Estonia are two points behind third-placed Slovenia and five behind Switzerland and a win tomorrow, although unlikely, is an absolute must for them to qualify for next summer’s finals. They next face Switzerland on Tuesday, which is also a difficult fixture, and coach Magnus Pehrsson will be sceptical about his team’s chances of making it through.
Meanwhile, Hodgson faces a tricky test of his managerial nous as England need to win at least one of their last two games to make sure of their qualification as one of the seeded teams, which will clearly help their cause when the draw will be made after the November round of playoffs to determine the final entrants into the competition. Hence, he could ill-afford to slip up at home with a weakened line-up.
England vs Estonia: Team News
Captain and all-time record goalscorer Wayne Rooney is likely to miss out after he suffered a knock in his ankle in Manchester United’s weekend loss against Arsenal. Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is a doubt, while Liverpool striker Danny Ings, who has made it to the senior team for the first time, is a major doubt.
Dele Alli Debut
However, one player who could make his debut is Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli, who has also made it to the senior team for the first time. Spurs duo Andros Townsend and Kyle Walker has been roped in to fill in for the injury casualties Shelvey and John Stones, who has already left the camp.
Estonia, who have never won against England, will welcome Aleksandr Dmitrijev back into the fold following his one-game suspension, while left-back Dmitri Kruglov is expected to win his 100th cap for the national team.
England vs Estonia: Possible Line-ups
England: Hart, Cahill, Jagielka, Clyne, Bertrand, Milner, Barkley, Carrick, Kane, Walcott, Sterling
Estonia: Aksalu, Teniste, Jaager, Klavan, Pikk, Dmitrijev, Mets, Lindpere, Vassiljev, Zenjov, Purje
England vs Estonia: Key Stats
England have won all three of their previous meetings with Estonia, scoring seven and conceding none.
England are the only country still with a 100% record in Euro 2016 qualifying.
Estonia are on the back of three wins, a draw and a loss in their last five games leading up to tomorrow night’s game
England 3-0 Estonia
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