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England v Poland match preview for World Cup Qualifiers

England are heading to Poland this Tuesday to increase their lead at the top of Group H in the World Cup Qualifying round. Hodgson's English team slaughtered San Marino with little effort and gained a 5-0 win in Wembley Stadium last Friday, but paid the price after Theo Walcott came out of the match worse for wear. Steven Gerrard and Ashley Cole are both set to make a 99th appearance for England this Tuesday, bringing them one match closer to becoming England centurions. Fifa World Cup qualifier tickets and a host of tickets for England's next games including the England vs. Moldova game can be bought online. Purchase tickets for the upcoming Montenegro vs. England clash and get your seats booked for the imminent Poland vs. England qualifier online now. Hodgson believes that the senior players for England are going to find it harder to keep hold of their squad places due to the rapid development of younger talent coming through. However, Hodgson is expected to use an experienced line-up for the World Cup Qualifier that is set to take place in Warsaw tonight. Ashley Cole, Jermain Defoe, Steven Gerrard, James Milner and Glen Johnson are expected on the pitch, but newcomers Welbeck and Cleverly have also staked their claim on the pitch after performing well against San Morino. Hodgson states, "Turnover of players is necessary, players cannot go on forever. Thankfully in England, the talent coming through is good and senior players are still on top form so there's no need for a completely fresh start with a younger squad. England has a lot of alternatives available to enable the achievement of goals." Poland have netted four points from their last two games after beating Moldova 2-0 in their first home match of the season. The Polish team has experienced players Lewandowski, Piszczek and Blaszczykowski on their Borussia Dortmund books, but Blaszczykowski is set to miss the clash with England because of an ankle injury.