Latest England News - London riots force the FA to cancel England v Holland friendly

England's international friendly against Holland has been called off due to the on-going riots in London. It is yet unknown whether the match will be rescheduled before England's important Euro 2012 qualification match with Bulgria.

2014 World Cup Qualification Groups Revealed

The European Qualification Groups for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil have been revealed and England will once again come up against Montenegro.

Group H: England, Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, San Marino.

England will be relatively pleased to have avoided the likes of France and Sweden but still face a potentially tricky path to the World Cup Finals. In the Euro 2012 qualifiers Montenegro have proved that they are a decent outfit and even held England to a goalless draw at Wembley last year. Ukraine and Poland are also good sides that could pose The Three Lions with some serious problems.

England 2-2 Switzerland

England came back from two goals down to rescue an unconvincing point against Switzerland. The Three Lions were heavy 4/11 favourites before the game and did anything but justify that price during their lethargic display at Wembley.

Two quick fire free-kicks from Tranquillo Barnetta gave the visitors a shock 2-0 lead after just 35 minutes. Frank Lampard hit back instantly for England from the penalty spot before substitute Ashley Young salvaged a draw for Fabio Capello's men shortly after the break.

However, a draw was enough to keep England top of Group G on goal difference as Montenegro were held to a 1-1 draw by Bulgaria.

England 1 - 1 Ghana

Just three days after defeating Wales in their Euro 2012 European Qualifiers England faced Ghana in an international friendly.

As several members of the squad were up for European action Fabio rested several players including England captain John Terry which meant that Fabio had to select another new captain for this match, in the end he chose Manchester City's Gareth Barry.

The other players released were Ashley Cole, Michael Dawson, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney.

Although not looking 100% match fit Andy Carroll still managed to open up his international goal scoring account for England with a goal in the 43rd minute, however as Ghana piled on the pressure England's one goal advantage was cancelled out in injury time with a well placed shot from Sunderland's Asamoah Gyan.

Wales 0-2 England

England managed to leapfrog Group G leaders Montenegro thanks to their clean sheet and two goals in the first half.

The first goal game from a Frank Lampard penalty in the 7th minute following a foul on Ashley Young from his Villa team mate James Collins. This was followed just seven minutes later from Darren Bent who scored his third goal in successive matches for England.

The only negative on the game was the yellow card that Wayne Rooney picked up which will rule him out for the qualifying game against Switzerland in June.

England beat Denmark in Friendly

On the 9th February 2011 England beat Denmark 2-1 from the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

The games was in preparation for their important upcoming Euro 2012 qualifier match, which will see Wales v England in Cardiff. The friendly was to give the players time to gel ahead of the game

Prior to this match the last time these two sides met was during the reign of Sven-Goran Erikkson with England being defeated 4-0 in the encounter.

Montenegro the surprise group leaders!!

So far England have managed to win their first two opening games to gain the maximum points and on the 12th October they were put through their paces by Montenegro who are ranked 40th in the world according to the FIFA rankings managed to hold England to a 0-0 draw. This has helped to put the former Soviet Bloc state as the leaders of Group G.

We all remember when England failed to qualify for Euro 2008 which was a disaster for the Nation but the team are determined to put that right in the weeks and months ahead. At the moment they are still featuring heavily in the Euro 2012 Odds but first they must come through a difficult qualification section.

England's next Euro 2012 qualifying game will be against Wales in March 2011 and we will have the latest odds on England winning Euro 2012 together with all the other England bets you can place along with the best Euro 2012 Free Bets and other bookmakers cash back offers.

England Drawn In Group G For Euro 2012 Qualifiers

England and Fabio Capello are expecting to field a younger side when they turn out against Bulgaria in September, it will be the first match of the crucial Euro 2012 Qualifying section with the team coming off of a difficult World Cup. England were drawn in Group G of the Qualifying second for the European Championships alongside Bulgaria, Wales, Switzerland and Montenegro. It is interesting to note the England Euro 2012 Fixtures here with no big names in the group but at the same time there are no minnows in the group.

Who will replace Fabio after the Euro's?

England World Cup OddsWith the Football Association confirming that Fabio will be stepping down as England manager following Euro 2012 who is likely to be his successor? There have been many calls for a return to an English manager with Harry Redknapp considered the favourite to step in, but England's U21 manager Stuart Pearce also has an outside chance of running the squad.

Whoever is chagrge after though is not as important as England getting through Euro 2012 Qualification as they look to put the awful World Cup in South Africa behind them.

They have a tough looking group ahead of them with games against rivals Wales and Switzerland amongst others to look forward to over the next 18 months.