Though England and Australia share a long sporting rivalry, their footballs teams have rarely faced each other. Opta presents the vital statistics.
"The Three Lions have won each of their six internationals in Sunderland, the most recent coming in April 2003 when they beat Turkey 2-0."
England are 1.9110/11 to win half-time/full-time.
England have faced Australia six times on the international stage, winning three of those contests (D2 L1). They are 1.321/3 to win again.
Australia's only previous win against England came in their most recent meeting back in February 2003, with Tony Popovic, Harry Kewell, and Brett Emerton bagging in the process. Australia are 12.5 to repeat their victory.
Wayne Rooney made his full England debut in the aforementioned fixture in February 2003, as did Francis Jeffers, Jermaine Jenas, James Beattie, Paul Konchesky and Paul Robinson. Rooney is 2.01/1 to find the net.
The Three Lions have won each of their six internationals in Sunderland, the most recent coming in April 2003 when they beat Turkey 2-0. England are 1.9110/11 to win half-time/full-time.
England have won 10 of their last 11 games on home soil. The draw half-time/England full-time double result is 4.1.
The Socceroos have scored 19 goals in their last four internationals (averaging 4.75 per game). Both teams to score is 2.111/10.
Tom Rogic has scored three times in his last two games for Australia. Rogic is 5.59/2 to add to his tally.
Harry Kane has found the net twice in his last three internationals. Kane is 1.910/11 to score again.
Marcus Rashford (18y 208d) would be the second youngest debutant under Roy Hodgson, with only Raheem Sterling making his England debut at a younger age (17y 341d v Sweden in 2012). Ashford is 1.9110/11 to score his first international goal.