England face five times World Cup winners Brazil

ENGLAND will kick the International break off against Brazil in a friendly tomorrow evening at 19:00 English time.

The Three Lions will be playing with the newly adapted shirt which on the back of it has an arty controversial St. Georges cross introduced by Nike suggested by Labour Part leader Keir Starmer, instead of the St. Georges flag which has previously adorned the back collar.

There have also been a couple of dropouts from the side all coming from Arsenals side of things.

The Gunners winger Bukayo Saka dropped out of the squad with injury last night after claiming he’s injured.

Saka has reportedly picked up a minor muscle problem and was releases from the camp yesterday where he will now return to Arsenal for an assessment, he will also endure a rehab process to help him recover.

The FAs statement declared that no one is coming in for the rescue;”No further replacements are planned as a 25-man England squad continue their preparation for the forthcoming internationals with Brazil and Belgium.”

Arsenals defender Ben White turned down his country earlier on this week after apparently taking offence from a comment made from Steve Holland about him no watching enough football.

Despite the missing links England will battle on against the five times World Cup Winners at Wembley where last time out the two held one another to a 0-0 stalemate at the same venue in 2017.