FOOTBALL - Click Read More to see some key facts concerning Friday’s World Cup qualifier between England and San Marino.
> San Marino’s opening goal in the 7-1 WCQ loss against England in November 1993 was the quickest ever scored in World Cup qualification history, when Davide Gualtieri netted after just 8.3 seconds.
> Wayne Rooney will captain the side with Frank Lampard injured and Steven Gerard suspended, he has started as England captain once before, in the 1- 0 friendly defeat against Brazil in November 2009. Rooney has scored 29 England goals, two more will move him up to outright sixth in the all-most goalscorers list behind Michael Owen (40), and above Alan Shearer, Tom Finney, and Nat Lofthouse (30).
> Two players have played in all nine of Roy Hodgson matches as manager – Joleon Lescott and James Milner.
> San Marino have only ever won one match in their history – the 1-0 friendly victory at home over Lichtenstein on 27 April 2004.
> San Marino has a population of 33,000. Nearly three times the whole of the population would fit inside the 90,000 capacity of Wembley Stadium.