In other news, Fifa President Sepp Blatter does something good for a change, while Phil Neville and Nicklas Bendtner cheer their countries on from the comfort of their armchairsWest Ham moving into the Olympic Stadium - it is no different.
But the excitement is not solely confined to the capital, however, as palpable anticipation of this weekend's international fixture dominates the talk of the town, while Peter Odemwingie goes through his daily routine of sniping at his current side West Brom.
If you think that's all we've got in store for you today, though, readers - you'd be wrong! There's that and a whole lot more in Friday's Word on the Tweet...
"Sir Geoff Hurst and myself ! What a legend. #WorldCupWinnerIn66"
Carlton Cole celebrates West Ham offically moving into the Olympic Stadium in World Cup winning style as he meets Sir Geoff Hurst - hat-trick hero when England beat West Germany 4-2 to become world champions in 1966.
"Great to see that it's all official now and we will be moving to the Olympic Stadium. Exciting times ahead #COYI"
West Ham winger Matthew Jarvis (pictured right) joins legions of Hammers fans in declaring his delight at confirmation of their new stadium.
"Was a pleasure to meet @KPBofficial today. I invited him to be part of FIFA’s Anti-Discrimination Taskforce. I'm delighted that he accepted"
Fifa President Sepp Blatter joins forces with Kevin Prince-Boateng to do some good for a change.
"This account is more like a mini blog. Mini website. When I was busy playing u didn't hear much from me. Now I play less and talk more haha"
More resplendant grumblings from Peter Odemwingie. It's almost as though he isn't happy at West Brom...
"Morning all training this morning yhen commentating on eng vs san marino later for Al Jazeera tv-should be a comfortable victory for us!"
Everton skipper Phil Neville looks ahead to England's World Cup qualifier against San Marino this evening. Don't jinx it, Phil, that's all we're saying...
"Big performance tonite and a step closer to Rio.. 3points are vital"
Suspended from taking part himself thanks to a six-month ban for being caught drunk at the wheel, Nicklas Bendtner wants Denmark to drive on with their World Cup qualifiying campaign. Sorry, WOTT just couldn't resist...
"I love the snow in December but in March you must be mad! Supposed to be getting warmer this time of year. Hopefully get all bad weather out"
Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett joins the rest of the UK in expressing his frustration at our weather. Funnily enough, it's been worse...
"1 of many non football targets this year was to read 1 book a month. Jan + Feb successful. March 21st and only 1 chapter read. Race is on!!"
Good to see footballers like Hull City's Sone Aluko actually reading, not just pretending like they do in those school posters...
"That's was amazing. All the fans that came out we love you and can't wait to see you tomorrow night. #USA #USA #USA"
USA striker Jozy Altidore shows the world that passion and international football can actually go hand in hand. WOTT isn't sure the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger will ever share that sentiment, though...
"There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes. But with hard work... THERE ARE NO LIMITS. -Michael Phelps"
Silvin Distin (pictured left) echoes the words of a World and Olympic champion but can his Everton side follow this do or die code and lift a trophy next season?
"Congrats to @tom_carroll92 on his first england u21 cap!"
QPR midfielder Andros Townsend - who is on loan from Tottenham - congratulates one of his teammates at White Hart Lane on a fantastic stepping stone in his fledgling career. Always nice to debut in a 3-0 win!
"Hopefully my ankle will be better for Mondays night game with England! Good result tonight!"
On a similar theme, Middlesbrough midfielder Josh McEachran declares his intention to be ready for the England U21s next game against Austria, while also beaming at their phenomenal display on Thursday night.