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958 Squad vs. Slovakia
960 Squad vs. Slovakia
Monday, 27 June 2016
2016 European Championship Finals Second Phase
Round of 16

England 1 Iceland 2 [1-2]
Match Summary
England Squad

Iceland Squad
Team Records
The Three Lions European Championship Finals squad pre-Iceland  June 2016
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club St Sub App G Capt
20. Alli, Bamidele J. 11 April 1996 20 M Tottenham Hotspur FC 6 5 11 1 0 None
19. Barkley, Ross 5 December 1993 22 M Everton FC 8 14 22 2 0 1
21. Bertrand, Ryan D. 5 August 1989 26 D Southampton FC 5 4 9 0 0 1
5. Cahill, Gary J. 19 December 1985 30 D Chelsea FC 43 3 46 3 4 4
12. Clyne, Nathaniel E. 5 April 1991 25 D Liverpool FC 11 2 13 0 0 1
17. Dier, Eric J.E. 15 January 1994 22 M Tottenham Hotspur FC 7 3 10 2 1 0 1
13. Forster, Fraser G. 17 March 1988 28 G Southampton FC 4 2 6 7ᵍᵃ 0 None
1. Hart, C. Joseph J. 19 April 1987 29 G Manchester City FC 59 3 62 42ᵍᵃ 1 None
23. Heaton, Thomas D. 15 April 1986 30 G Burnley FC 0 1 1 0ᵍᵃ 0 None
14. Henderson, Jordan B. 17 June 1990 26 M Liverpool FC 18 9 27 1 0 2
9. Kane, Harry E. 28 July 1993 22 F Tottenham Hotspur FC 10 5 15 5 0 None
8. Lallana, Adam D. 10 May 1988 28 M Liverpool FC 17 9 26 0 0 None
4. Milner, James P. 4 January 1986 30 M Liverpool FC 37 24 61 1 1 10
22. Rashford, Marcus 31 October 1997 18 F Manchester United FC 1 1 2 1 0 None
10. Rooney, Wayne M. 24 October 1985 30 F/M Manchester United FC 105 9 114 51 18 2
3. Rose, Daniel L. 2 July 1990 25 D Tottenham Hotspur FC 6 0 6 0 0 None
6. Smalling, Christopher L. 22 November 1989 26 D Manchester United FC 25 3 28 1 1 2
7. Sterling, Raheem S. 8 December 1994
in Kingston, Jamaica
21 M Manchester City FC 19 6 25 2 0 1
16. Stones, John 28 May 1994 22 D Everton FC 7 3 10 0 0 None
15. Sturridge, Daniel A. 1 September 1989 26 F Liverpool FC 13 7 20 6 0 None
11. Vardy, Jamie R. 11 January 1987 29 F Leicester City FC 6 4 10 4 0 1
2. Walker, Kyle A. 28 May 1990 26 D Tottenham Hotspur FC 16 2 18 0 0 3
18. Wilshere, Jack A.G. 1 January 1992 24 M Arsenal FC 23 10 33 2 0 4

All information is complete to and including England's last match, the fourteenth of the 2015-16 season, against Slovakia on 22 June 2016.


Thursday, 12 May 2016 - Roy Hodgson delays the decision to announce his European Championship Squad until after the final Premier League weekend has been played, allowing himself four extra days to assess players' injuries and fitness.

Monday, 16 May 2016 - Roy Hodgson's provisional squad is named. Marcus Rashford is included and Jack Wilshere, along with Andros Townsend and Fabian Delph are recalled. Theo Walcott and Phil Jagielka miss out, and there is no room for Jermain Defoe. Hodgson has until 31 May to cull his squad by three.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 - Many of the England squad report to St. George's Park for training ahead of next week's friendly match. It excludes players from Liverpool and Manchester United, who are still participating in domestic competitions. However, those involved come through with incident. Gary Cahill misses training.

Friday, 20 May 2016 - Jordan Henderson joins the rest of the squad in training after returning from Basel, where he starred in a non-participating role as Liverpool lost the UEFA Europa League Final on Wednesday night. Gary Cahill also has his first training session. Today's training session is joined by England Rugby coach, Eddie Jones, as well as an unwanted autograph hunter, who had invaded the training pitch during a session. Gary Cahill receives a painkilling injection in his hip.

Sunday, 22 May 2016 - England come through their friendly test against Turkey with a victory, despite Harry Kane missing a penalty. It was revealed that one of the goalscorers, Jamie Vardy, is unavailable for selection against Australia, as he is due to get married on Wednesday.

Monday, 23 May 2016 - The rest of the squad from Liverpool join up with the England team at Manchester City Academy.

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 - The England players are again training in Manchester. Daniel Sturridge is missing from the session after receiving an unspecified knock, further speculating a debut for Marcus Rashford. Gary Cahill is also a sidelined participant. The only other missing player is Jamie Vardy, who is getting married today. Danny Drinkwater did attend the ceremony, but he returned for training.

Thursday, 26 May 2016 - Roy Hodgson confirms that Daniel Sturridge has been suffering from a calf strain and that Fabian Delph will be missing from the match against Australia because of a groin strain, and he is now placed on standby for the European Championship Squad. Hodgson also confirms that Forster will start in goal, and Rooney will start from the bench.

Friday, 27 May 2016 - History is made as Marcus Rashford becomes the youngest player to score on his debut for England, beating a record held by Tommy Lawton since 1938. England's newest scorer is joined by England's top scorer, Wayne Rooney, on the scoresheet. Eric Dier's unfortunate own goal was a consolation for the Australian team.

Monday, 30 May 2016 - The England squad return to training at Watford FC's training ground. Daniel Sturridge and Gary Cahill both return to full training, whereas Ryan Bertrand sat out the early session, so he could receive treatment on a knock.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 - Roy Hodgson names his 23 man squad that he is taking to France for the European Championship Finals. Both Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge are included, whereas Danny Drinkwater and Andros Townsend are the two players that lose out after Fabian Delph was withdrawn last week.

Wednesday, 1 June 2016 - Ryan Bertrand misses training again because of an injury that will keep him for playing any part in tomorrow night's friendly against Portugal. He is still expected to be fit for the European Championship Finals.

Thursday, 2 June 2016 - England concluded their preparations for Euro 2016 with a narrow win over 10-man Portugal. Chris Smalling headed England's winner from substitute Raheem Sterling's cross with four minutes left as manager Roy Hodgson's side struggled to break down Portugal, who had Bruno Alves sent off for a wild, high challenge on Harry Kane in the 35th minute. Only Kyle Walker distinguished himself although Sterling provided a lively cameo off the bench. The main positive for Hodgson was that there were no fresh injury concerns as he now turns his attention to the Euro 2016 opener against Russia in Marseille on 11 June. The Squad then departed for three days of rest.

Monday, 6 June 2016 - The England squad depart Luton airport, bound for Paris, and arrive at their base in Chantilly, South France, where they are met by the Mayor of Chantilly.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016 - 22 of the England squad attend training at Stade des Bourgognes. The 23rd, Ryan Bertrand, is working one-on-one with physio Gary Lewin in an attempt to gain match fitness. He is not an injury concern for the opening match on Saturday evening.
Chris Smalling finished the session with his left knee strapped up. He is expected to take part fully in tomorrow's training session.

Saturday, 11 June 2016 - Following a week of training with no injury concerns, Hodgson names the second youngest side ever to make a Tournament Finals appearance. The young side, led by the experienced Rooney, who was making his 112th appearance and the first as a midfielder, made a good account of themselves. But, England once again failed to start a major tournament with victory as they were dominant and fully merited the lead given to them when Eric Dier crashed a 20-yard free-kick high past keeper Igor Akinfeev with 17 minutes left. Vasili Berezutski's stoppage-time header gave Russia a draw they barely deserved in the Stade Velodrome
The final whistle was the cue for more of the violence that has marred the build-up to this fixture as the Russian fans rushed at the England fans.

Sunday, 12 June 2016 - UEFA has threatened to disqualify England and Russia from the Tournament if there is any further violence by fans. It has begun disciplinary proceedings against Russia - but not England - after "totally unacceptable" scenes at yesterday's match.

Wednesday, 14 June 2016 -
Russia will be thrown out of Euro 2016 if their fans cause further trouble, says European governing body Uefa. The Russians have also been fined 150,000 euros (£119,000) following violent scenes at the game against England in Marseille on Saturday. The suspended disqualification and fine relate only to incidents that happened inside the stadium. There were reports of minor disturbances between rival fans in Lille on last night.

Thursday, 16 June 2016 - England come from behind to beat Wales 2-1 in Lens. Two goals come courtesy of two substitutes, Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge, following a Garth Bale free-kick in the first half that gave the Welsh a half-time lead.

Monday, 20 June 2016 - Despite their best efforts, and six changes from Roy Hodgson, England could only muster a scoreless draw against Slovakia. It is enough to take them into the knockout phase, but not enough to win the group, after rivals Wales beat Russia to top the group. England must take on the runners-up of Group F.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 - Group F has completed, and only a last minute goal from Iceland ensures that they progress as Group F runners-up. For much of the second half, it was certain that Portugal would progress as runners-up, but they had to settle with one of the best third placed teams, having completed three draws in their group.

England Form: last six games
W W W D W D f 8:a success: 83%
953 22 May 2016 - England 2 Turkey 1 [1-1]
Etihad Stadium, Manchester
Kane, Vardy
954 27 May 2016 - England 2 Australia 1 [1-0]
Stadium of Light, Sunderland
Rashford, Rooney
Dier OG
955 2 June 2016 - England 1 Portugal 0 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley
Smalling HW
956 11 June 2016 - Russia 1 England 1 [0-0]
Le Stade Vélodrome, Marseille (62,343)
957 16 June 2016 - England 2 Wales 1 [0-1]
Stade Bollaert-Delelis, L
ens (34,033)
Vardy, Sturridge
958 20 June 2016 - England 0 Slovakia 0 [0-0]
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne (39,051)
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