The Three Lions face their latest World Cup qualifying test on Friday evening and manager Roy Hodgson will be hoping for a sizeable scoreline against the minnows
It is more of a case of 'by how many' rather than 'if' England will beat San Marino in World Cup qualifying Group H on Friday.
The European minnows have never won a World Cup or European Championship qualifier and have been on the end of several thrashings in their 22-year history.
And that is unlikely to change as they visit Wembley Stadium, a venue which could hold the country's entire population almost three times over.
The microstate's biggest defeat came against Germany in 2006, as Joachim Low's side handed out a 13-0 thrashing in Serraville.
Roy Hodgson's men will hope to get as near to that scoreline as possible in order to boost their goal difference and chances of qualification.
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