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Gregg Bakowski will be along from 7pm with a minute-by-minute of the England match and Paul Doyle will be running a clockwatch, covering the other international games.
If the internationals are not exciting you, we've just published a piece by When Saturday Comes on non-league football:
Dominic Fifield has left the building
Right-back is a weakness for England at present. Do you think 24-year-old Sheffield United academy product and current Aston Villa right-back Matt Lowton will ever get a call-up? Lowton has quietly excelled in that position, attacking and defending, but remains overlooked in favour of the sheer pace and power of Kyle Walker. I suspect Lowton could be a better fit for England than either Walker or Glen Johnson.
We haven't won anything since the England band started playing at every single match. Coincidence?
Hi Dom. It is patently clear that Kyle Walker is a liability. If Glen Johnson were to get injured more seriously pre-Brazil, would you consider other options if you were Hodgson. I would. Cheers
In your opinion, what happens to Hodgson if England fail to qualify (which may be likely based on previous performances/results against Ukraine)? Would there be patience or would he join the likes of Taylor and McClaren?
How would you rate Roy Hodgson's tenure as England manager so far? Not being English, I think it's been a wasted opportunity, there's been barely any progress to speak off, and nothing seems to have improved on the pitch. Do you think he should have been braver and looked beyond the usual suspects to try and construct a "team" that plays positive progressive football?
Is Wayne Rooney still the saviour for England? What are the alternatives to reduce the reliance on him?
Do you think England will qualify? If Poland win tonight its affa close between them, Ukraine and Montenegro. Affa close.
Dom, how disappointed are you with Wayne Rooney? I mean, he will have no better chance to be England’s bleeder? When England has a bleeder they always do well. For me its treason.
Should this game be a dry-run for the Ukraine game or do you think its a good idea to select the appropriate players for each game (injuries aside obviously)? I ask because England look so disjointed at times I think it would be wise to see the team play twice in succession...
Dom, If you had two bullets and had Andy Townsend, Adrian Chiles and Gareth Southgate in a room, who would you shoot? I'd do Townsend twice...just to be sure.
Do you have any tips on who I should put in my fantasy football team? Thanks
How many times will we hear/read Rickie Lambert's name and "beetroot packer" in the same sentence tomorrow?
Is there too much pressure on Jack Wilshere to be England's saviour? Isn't he a bit overrated?
Dominic is online answering questions
Dominic Fifield will be online from 1.30pm to discuss England's World Cup qualifier against Moldova, which kicks of at 8pm tonight at Wembley.
After his goal against Scotland, Rickie Lambert has been rewarded with his first start for the national team, as Dominic reported in today's paper:
Roy Hodgson has urged Rickie Lambert to seize his unexpected opportunity after naming the Southampton striker in the lineup for Friday's World Cup qualifier against Moldova, with the England manager having admitted Daniel Sturridge may struggle to be available for next week's awkward trip to Ukraine.
While Sturridge returned to Liverpool on Thursday to receive further treatment on a thigh complaint, Lambert was digesting confirmation that he will make his first competitive start against the side ranked 123 in the world. Read more
For more team news, here is Danny Taylor's match preview:
The more pressing matter, of course, is not Greg Dyke saying England have no realistic chance of winning the World Cup but whether they actually get there. Steven Gerrard was curt, and to the point, when he was asked if he agreed with the Football Association chairman's comments – "No, I don't" – but, first things first, Roy Hodgson and his players still have to show they are good enough even to be part of the tournament.
A Wembley game against Moldova should be nothing more than a routine win and another chance to pep up the goal difference in Group H. Moldova are joint 123rd with Cyprus in the world rankings, tucked between Grenada and Turkmenistan, and it speaks for itself that Hodgson has already announced his team.
The last time he did this was before the friendly in Sweden in November but it is what comes next that sharpens the mind. Nobody should expect he will do the same when we get to the serious business of Tuesday's game against Ukraine in Kiev. Read more
Dominic will be online from 1.30pm. Enjoy the webchat