San Marino vs England 0-8 Highlights 2013 Fifa World Cup Qualifiers 2014

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 | 0

England will be taking on San Marino in the UEFA FIFA World Cup 2014 European Zone in the Group H. England are coming into this match on the back of a International Friendly match against highly talented and hosts of World Cup 2014 Brazil at Wembley and England won the match 2-1 while before that they lost to Sweden 4-2 in the friendly match. England’s last match in the qualifying group was against Poland in Warsaw when ended as a 1-1 draw and they will be looking to get a win in this match.

England vs San Marino Head to Head

Both sides meed in the group game back in October 2012 when England ran out 5-0 winners and they will be looking to have the same result. At that time Manchester duo Danny Welback and Wayne Rooney scored a brace to win all three points in that game. England are 2nd in the group at the moment after 4 matches. They have played 4 and won 2 and drawn 2.

San Marino 0-8 England Highlights

[ Match Highlights ]
12′ [0 – 1] A.D. Valle (o.g.)
29′ [0 – 2] A. Oxlade-Chamberlain
35′ [0 – 3] J. Defoe
39′ [0 – 4] A. Young
42′ [0 – 5] F. Lampard
54′ [0 – 6] W. Rooney
70′ [0 – 7] D. Sturridge
77′ [0 – 8] J. Defoe

England 8-0 San Marino Highlights Full Match all goals video

Wayne Rooney Goal Video vs San Marino

Previous Meetings:
England 5-0 San Marino – 12 October 2012 Group H ( FIFA World CUp 2014 Qualifiers )

San Marino vs England Team News

San Marino on the other hand have lost all their game so far England show go into the match as favorites. England have some defensive headech ahead of the match as John Terr and Gary Cahill are not fit while Rio Ferdinend won’t take part in this match due to fitness worries.

Roy Hodgson will probably go with Rooney and Welback upfront while Gerrard and Lampard will start in the midfield as jack Wilshare is out due to injury. Who will start at the left back position is anybody’s guess with Baines and Cole fighting for the spot while Glenn Johnson will be playing at the right. Chris Smalling might be given a chance in the centrback position.

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