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It's all very quiet so far in this one... until now. Issam Jemaa threatens for Tunisia with a lively run and cut-back but there's nobody there to meet it. Then Eden Hazard gets a shot away moments later but it's straight at the goalkeeper.
Away from tonight's games for a moment, spare a thought for Marco Reus. Germany have lost arguably their most exciting player after injury struck in last night's 6-1 win over Armenia.
Reus told Dortmund's official website: "I really don't know how I'm meant to find the words to express what I'm feeling right now. A dream's been shattered, but I've got to look forward and go into my rehabilitation as professionally as I can, because things have to go on. I'll come back even stronger than I was. My best wishes now go to the team. I hope they reach our goal without me."
Reus vows to come back stronger
Peeeeeep! Peeeeeeep! We're under way in the two early friendly fixtures. Stay here for updates from them and build-up to the matches taking place later OR click below for dedicated play-by-play coverage of Argentina v Slovenia. Decisions, decisions...
LIVE: Argentina v Slovenia
An experimental line-up from Argentina, then, with no Lionel Messi or Sergio Aguero to lead the line, but it's a strong XI as Belgium look to gel ahead of what - on paper - should be their best World Cup campaign to date.
Argentina: Romero, Campagnaro, F. Fernandez, Basanta, Rojo, Biglia, A. Fernández, Perez, Rodriguez, Lavezzi, Higuain.
Slovenia: Belec, Brecko, Cesar, Ilic, Jokic, Rotman, Stevanovic, Kurtic, Kirm, Ilicic, Novakovic.
Belgium: Courtois, Alderweireld, Van Buyten, Kompany, Vertonghen, Defour, Dembele, Fellaini, Mirallas, Hazard, Origi.
Tunisia: Ben Mustapha, Ben Youssef, Mohsni, Abdennour, Mathlouthi, Nater, Jemaa, Mikari, Korbi, Youssef, Dhaouadi.
930 - England have conceded 930 goals in the 930 internationals they have contested. Parity.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 7, 2014
England captain Steven Gerrard: "We still have a while to go [before the World Cup starts], but hopefully we will come through this game with a good performance, a win and no more injuries. This is the time for no stupid tackles in training, but in the game there will be no holding back. That will be the case against Honduras as we want confidence going into the match against Italy."
Gerrard: England won't hold back from tackles
“We want to see if we can match ourselves against a similar level of opponent [to Costa Rica],” Roy Hodgson said ahead of tonight’s final pre-World Cup friendly against Honduras. Fabio Capello tried the same thing four years ago by facing Egypt in preparation for Algeria. The Three Lions comfortably saw off Egypt... but went on to draw with Algeria when it really mattered. Whoops.
Preview: England v Honduras
Imagine planning all season for a World Cup only to be ruled out of the darn thing a week before the tournament begins. Franck Ribery and Marco Reus are the latest to be cruelly ruled out of taking part in Brazil. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s participation remains in doubt, too, with Roy Hodgson saying on Friday that he will give the player until the "last moment" to make his 23-man squad.
Hodgson not ruling out Ox
Actually, make that five. USA face Nigeria at 23:00 BST... but that one finishes waaaay past our bedtime. Here’s what we have in store this evening...
Argentina v Slovenia
Belgium v Tunisia
El Salvador v Spain
England v Honduras
Yo yo yo! Hello everyone and welcome to our LIVE coverage of tonight’s international friendly action. We have four matches to guide you through as teams from around the globe continue their preparations for the World Cup. Argentina, Belgium and Spain all feature, while England’s third game in a week sees them take on those Costa Rica impersonators Honduras in Miami. Let’s get on with it.
Stick with Goal for more news and the latest from Argentina's World Cup warm-up, and all the latest news about Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wayne Rooney and the rest of the Three Lions. I've been Tom J Doyle - bye for now.
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@Gachigua_ : Can this night get any worse?
@UhBlakey: Massive loss. After tonight surely he had to start Vs Italy? Him being out is bad for #ENG but hopefully he's back for season start.
@PascalEAaron: tom cleverley 100% lol
@MarkLoveday75: The Ox was MOTM till he went off
England manager Roy Hodgson is fearful Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has damaged the ligaments in his right knee.
Speaking to reporters, Hodgson said: "We have our fears there might be some ligament damage."