Subs: Foster, Walker, Baines, Caulker, Lampard, Parker, Osman, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Defoe, Sturridge, Forster. Goal: Rooney 6. Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden) Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the World Cup qualifiers as England travel to Montenegro in a pivotal Group H match in Podgorica. After defeating San Marino 8-0 on Friday, Roy Hodgson's side carried on from where they left off by taking a 1-0 half-time lead at the Podgorica Stadium.
Shame he’s had a great first half until then. Eriksson continues to impress. 42min: Controversial incident as Welbeck goes down under a trip from Stefan Savic in the box... only to pick up a booking for simulation. The Manchester United striker did go down easily but there did seem to be contact between the pair. Keeper's ball: England's Joe Hart claims a cross 40min: So far so good for the England defenders as Jovetic has been kept quiet but Mirko Vucinic has looked dangerous running down Montenegro's right flank. The Juventus striker has shown no venom in his bite yet though.
Israel: Aouate, Spungin, Tibi, Ben Haim, Gershon, Yeini, Natcho, Radi, Melikson, Shechter, Ben Basat. Subs: Harush, Alberman, Kayal, Refaelov, Barda, Keinan, Zahavi, Benayoun, Atar, Reikan, Shish, Amos. Referee: Hannes Kaasik (Estonia)19. 43: From Sportsmail's Matt Barlow in Podgorica:'Dispute still being sorted. White helmets of the riot police bobbing around in the melee but the Monte team are out for warm-up to a magnificent reception. ' Sticking with England: Assistant Gary Neville will sit alongside Roy Hodgson on the bench 19.
Referee: Istvan Vad (Hungary) Prepared: Riot police were at the ready in Podgorica 19. 34: Fancy a little chuckle? Check out tonight's official match programme here and how the English names have been translated. I must admit I didn't recognise all of them. 31: Gareth Bale is fit enough to start for Wales against Croatia as manager Chris Coleman hands a full debut to Jonathan Williams at the Liberty Stadium. Bale was withdrawn at half-time in Friday's win over Scotland due to illness but has made a full recovery, while Williams and Andy King come in for the absent Aaron Ramsey and Jack Collison.
Under control: Roy Hodgson's side went into half-time with a one-goal lead Half-time: Montenegro 0-1 England45min: There will be one minuted added on in what has been a very positive first half for England. 43min: From former World Cup referee and Sportsmail's Graham Poll:Welbeck fall looked like a dive from first view and he shouldn’t have gone down even if he felt minimal contact.
He was later cleared. 37: Serbia and Scotland has already kicked off and it's 0-0 after five minutes - here are the full line-ups:Serbia v ScotlandSerbia: Stojkovic, Ivanovic, Nastasic, Subotic, Tomovic, Basta, Fejsa, Milivojevic, Tosic, Tadic, Djuricic. Subs: Aleksic, Rukavina, Stevanovic, Bisevac, Petrovic, Krsticic, Radovanovic, Rajkovic, Djordjevic, Djurdjic, Brkic. Scotland: Marshall, Hutton, Caldwell, Hanley, Whittaker, Boyd, McArthur, Bridcutt, Maloney, Naismith, Rhodes. Subs: McGregor, Dorrans, Burke, Webster, Adam, Berra, Miller, Bannan, Caddis, Gilks.
40: From Sportsmail's Charles Sale in Podgorica:'Gary Neville out on the pitch with other England coaching staff as normal despite breaking news about the arrest of his father Neville for alleged indecent assault. 'By extraordinary coincidence Wayne Rooney's dad was arrested on the day before England's last match in Montenegro 18 months ago. 'Wayne senior was bailed on suspicion of being involved in an alleged betting scam on Scottish League football.
All smiles: A Montenegro fans cheers before the game 19. 49: Full line-ups from the Podgorica Stadium:Montenegro v EnglandMontenegro: Mladen Bozovic, Basa, Savic, Volkov, Djudovic, Zverotic, Vukcevic, Vladimir Bozovic, Novakovic, Jovetic, Vucinic. Subs: Blazic, Jovanovic, Kecojevic, Delibasic, Beqiraj, Damjanovic, Igumanovic, Kasalica, Krkotic, Poleksic. England: Hart, Johnson, Smalling, Lescott, Cole, Gerrard, Carrick, Milner, Cleverley, Welbeck, Rooney. Subs: Foster, Walker, Baines, Caulker, Lampard, Parker, Osman, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Young, Defoe, Sturridge, Forster. Referee: Jonas Eriksson (Sweden)19. 46: Full line-ups from Windsor Park:Northern Ireland v IsraelNorthern Ireland: Carroll, Hughes, McAuley, Jonny Evans, Danny Lafferty, Brunt, Clingan, McGinn, Davis, Ferguson, Paterson. Subs: Mannus, McGivern, Cathcart, Healy, McCann, McCourt, Norwood, Bruce, McKay, Magennis, Corry Evans, McGovern.
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Drawing is bad enough, but don't lose it now England. 81min: From former World Cup referee and Sportsmail's Graham Poll:'Expect the diving and “dark arts” to increase as Montenegro seek the winner. It’s incredibly hard to stay strong as a referee in these situations. I just hope Eriksson can. '80min: Goals everywhere. Republic of Ireland have been held to a 2-2 draw after Austria's David Alaba scored in injury time, while Eduardo has fired Croatia ahead in Wales.
The striker then darts into the opposite penalty box to see his Manchester United team-mate's cross sail just over his head at the far post. 24min: From former World Cup referee and Sportsmail's Graham poll:'Good to see Jonas Eriksson not falling for the gamesmanship by Montenegro – going to ground whenever an England player goes near them. Hope he keeps that up as the pressure builds from the home crowd.
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