• 55,000 tickets have already been sold for friendly
• But some Club Wembley members will not attend
The Football Association does not expect Wembley to be full for England's penultimate home friendly before the World Cup, against Denmark on Wednesday. So far 55,000 tickets – priced up to £55 – have been sold to the public, with 17,000 already held by Club Wembley members. However, not all those members are expected to attend the game, and the FA expects an attendance of approximately 68,000 to watch Denmark, who last played at the stadium 20 years ago during Terry Venables' first match as manager.
England's final game on home soil before fixtures in Miami against Ecuador and Honduras will be against Peru on 30 May, with Hodgson using the fixture to prepare for South American opposition at the World Cup. That will be their ninth match at Wembley in the space of one year.
The lowest attendance for an England match at Wembley in the last year was 61,607 for the World Cup qualifier against Moldova in September, while 62,953 watched the friendly with Chile. More than 85,000 spectators were in attendance for matches against Poland and Germany in 2013.