What time is England v United States on TV, what's the team news, what are the odds?

Wayne Rooney in action for Everton against Brighton last season. Picture by PW Sporting Photography
Wayne Rooney in action for Everton against Brighton last season. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Wayne Rooney will say farewell to England tomorrow evening when the Three Lions host the United States at Wembley.

England's record goalscorer Rooney will collect his 120th and final cap, while Brighton & Hove Albion fans will hope to see Lewis Dunk earn his first cap.

If Dunk gets a run-out, he will become the first Brighton player to represent England since Steve Foster in 1982.

What time does England v United States kick-off?

The Wayne Rooney Foundation International gets underway from Wembley at 8pm. Gareth Southgate will run the rule over several players ahead of Sunday's Nations League match with Croatia at Wembley.

What time does the TV coverage start?

The match is on Sky Sports and coverage begins on their Main Event channel at 6.30pm.

What's the team news?

Reports suggest Borussia Dortmund youngster Jadon Sancho will make his first start for England, while Brighton defender Lewis Dunk and Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson could make their Three Lions debuts.

Wayne Rooney will make his 120th and final appearance for England. The Three Lions' record goalscorer is set to play a part in the match during the second half.

Kieran Trippier, Danny Welbeck and Harry Maguire are all ruled out through injury.

England squad - Marcus Bettinelli (Fulham), Jack Butland (Stoke City), Alex McCarthy (Southampton), Jordan Pickford (Everton); Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Ben Chilwell (Leicester City), Lewis Dunk (Brighton), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Michael Keane (Everton), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), John Stones (Manchester City), Kyle Walker (Manchester City); Dele Alli (Tottenham), Ross Barkley (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Eric Dier (Tottenham), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool) Jesse Lingard, (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund), Harry Winks (Tottenham); Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Wayne Rooney (DC United; Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Callum Wilson (AFC Bournemouth).

For the United States, goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann - son of former Germany striker Jurgen - is in the squad.

Four English-based players are in their squad, Swansea's Cameron Carter-Vickers, Wigan's Antonee Robinson, Newcastle's DeAndre Yedlin and Fulham's Luca de la Torre.

United States squad: Brad Guzan; Ethan Horvath; Jonathan Klinsmann; John Brooks, Reggie Cannon, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Aaron Long, Matt Miazga, Shaq Moore, Antonee Robinson, Jorge Villafana, DeAndre Yedlin, Walker Zimmerman; Kelly Acosta, Tyler Adams, Luca de la Toore, Marky Delgado, Romain Gall, Julian Green, Sebastian Lletget, Weston McKennie, Christian Pulisic, Kenny Saief, Will Trapp, Tim Weah; Josh Sargent, Bobby Wood.

What are the betting odds?

An England win is 2/7 on Sky Bet, with the draw 4/1 and a United States victory 11/1.

Harry Kane is 2/1 to score the first goal, with Callum Wilson 3/1, Marcus Rashford 7/2 and Raheem Sterling and Wayne Rooney both 4/1. Brighton defender Lewis Dunk is 25/1 to notch the first goal.

United States' Bobby Wood, Christian Pulisic and Joshua Sargent are all 14/1 to net the opening goal.

Kane is 4/7 to score anytime, with Wilson 10/11, Rashford 6/5 and Rooney 5/4. Dunk is 7/1.


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