Soccer Aid have announced the starting lineups and substitutes for this evening's clash between England and Soccer Aid World XI.
The annual charity game kicks off at Old Trafford at 6:30pm having been rescheduled after the coronavirus pandemic ruled out the possibility of playing the match on the original date of 6 June.
No fans will be in attendance but the game returns to its usual venue – the Theatre of Dreams – where all but two of the previous Soccer Aid matches have taken place.
Organisers are aiming to add to the £38million raised for UNICEF since the first Soccer Aid match took place in 2006.
Former Three Lions manager Sam Allardyce returns to take charge of England after managing the side in the 2019 edition of Soccer Aid.
But he will not be alone, as Derby County captain and England icon Wayne Rooney will also be in the dugout in his first foray into management.
In the other technical area, managerial great Harry Redknapp takes charge of the Soccer Aid World XI and will be assisted by former England captain Bryan Robson.
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Without further ado, here are the teams…
John Terry (unveiled as the mystery centre-back)
Olly Murs (captain)
Soccer Aid World XI
Mo Gilligan (captain)
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