Just four days after the atrocities that occurred in Paris, The French national team will travel to England to take on the home country at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.
England will play France at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday the 17th of November.
England manager Roy Hodgson has fielded his strongest possible team tonight. Tottenham Hotspur starlet Eric Dier and Delle Alli, make their debut. Captain Wayne Rooney makes a comeback into the starting lineup after missing out against Spain.
Hodgson had experimented against teh mighty Spaniard which costed him the match 2-0. France on the other hand will be high on confidense after beating world champions Germany 2-0 at their home.
It was a valiant performance from the French stars considering the environment during the game. It is great gesture by French national team that they have agreed to play even after such a disaster on Saturday.
Maybe this was the best possible way to reply to the miscreants that the world is not afraid, and the importance of football is emphasised.
Here are the starting XI of both the sides:
England Starting XI: Hart; Clyne, Cahill Stones, Gibbs; Dier, Alli; Barkley, Rooney, Sterling; Kane
France Starting XI: Lloris; Sagna, Varane, Koscielny, Digne; Schneiderlin, Cabaye, Matuidi; Ben Arfa, Martial, Gignac