Last Updated: 17/11/13 11:28am
England 0 Chile 2. A brace from Alexis Sanchez settles the tie. England can have few complaints as they were well off the pace.
It could be worse for England, as they are pegged back again. Fuenzalida takes aim from the edge of the box, but Forster saves with ease. England counter, but Rooney curls wide from 12 yards out.
GOAL CHILE - SANCHEZ. That man again, and that's game over. Sala bagged a brace in 1998, tonight it's Sanchez's night. England caught and Chile pile forward. Sanchez freed into the box and dinks delicately over Forster.
Jara manages to squeeze a low cross into Munoz. He tees the ball back to Sanchez, whose touch lets him down - for the first time. Townsend runs the ball out and Mena is booked for hacking him down.
Forster drops on a low cross and hammers down field. Ball won't stick for England and Bravo can gather. Lots of long balls now, which neither side are making much of.
Diaz exchanges passes with Sanchez on his way across the field. Chile just looking to keep hold of the ball now. Up to England to go and get it back. Jara sends over a wayward cross from the right, but Sanchez can gather.
Rooney deep inside his own half. He is clipped and wins a free-kick, which is taken quickly. Henderson drives forward and finds Rooney. England looking for a yard of space, but there isn't one there. Barkley pulled up for another shirt tug.
Smalling nods back to Forster, and then gets the ball back. He runs play out, but is closed so quickly by Sanchez and Fuenzalida. The ball ends up being played off the England man and out for a throw. Sums England up.
Rooney having words with the referee as Mena takes a tumble under pressure from Henderson. Again, not much in it but enough to send a player over. England get the ball back and have Townsend driving forward. He tries a one-two with Johnson, but sends the ball out of play.
Baines calls for the quick return of the ball, and ends up being thrown two. Sanchez then flagged offside as Chile keep pressing. A long hoof forward by Smalling drops into open field.
Rooney into the feet of Barkley. His first touch slips away from him a little, allowing Gonzalez to get across his path and draw a foul. Barkley didn't do much wrong, but did put his arm up. Bravo urged to get on with the free-kick by Florian Meyer.
Hodgson slumped in his seat. He has done all he can. Players haven't delivered. He will be demanding much better against Germany on Tuesday. On the field, Forster slides out to gather at the feet of Munoz.
Barkley with a neat turn which gets him into the box. He tries to square, but Chile have bodies back and the pass is cut out. Rooney tries again, going wide to Johnson. He plays a pass down the channel for Defoe, but he has slipped offside.
Medel caught in the face by a stray arm from Barkley. He goes down and eats up a few more seconds. Sanchez then pulled up for a tug on Johnson. Forster trots out to take the free-kick - waving men forward.
Johnson bundles through the back of Beausejour. Free-kick to Chile wide on their left. This time they are able to feed the ball into the box, but Sanchez glances wide of the post. Beausejour replaced by Fuenzalida.
Bravo allowed as long as wants to clear his line. He plays a couple of short passes before Rooney eventually closes him down. Townsend then clips the ball through Mena's legs and out for a Chile throw.
Henderson finds Rooney on the left. He ambles forward, before spreading play to Johnson and Townsend. The latter hooks over a cross, which finds the head of Medel.
Johnson gives the ball straight to Munoz. Sloppy from England again. Beausejour is then surrounded by four white shirts before the ball is poked out of play. Sanchez then darts back into the game, but Jara lets him down on the edge of the box.
Gonzalez hacks the ball into the stands. Anywhere will do from the Chile defender. England have a lot of forward-thinking players on the field now, but can they find a leveller?
Henderson tries to get England going, but sees the ball taken off his toe. Another change by Hodgson, with Barkley thrown on in place of Lallana.
Medel breaks down the middle. Oles ring out from the away support. Not what England would have been hoping to hear on home soil. A mark of the control Chile have on this contest.
Jara wins a throw. Lallana then sends Gutierrez flying. Free-kick just inside the England half, which Chile are in no hurry to take. Sanchez drops very deep to get involved. Seeing less of the ball now.
Jara back to Bravo. Rooney not closing down quite so quickly now. Realises those around him aren't doing the same. Chile happy to keep going backwards and sideways.
Rooney, who has the captain's armband, pulls Gonzalez back to his feet after he is caught late by Henderson. England trying too hard and letting frustration get the better of them.
Munoz's first involvement sees him flagged offside. England win a free-kick on halfway. Cleverly goes short to Smalling, who gives the ball away. All of the breaks in play are helping no-one here.
More changes. Lampard makes way for Cleverley. Henderson also on in place of Wilshere. Lallana will be allowed to continue. Chile have also sent on Munuz in place of Vargas.
Looks like Lallana won't be risked, with movement on the England bench. Southampton won't want to see him back on the field. On the field, Smalling fires long to Rooney, but he can't gather.
Lallana down and will require treatment. He stretched for a loose ball and may have pulled something. He doesn't look to be in a good way. He gets back to his feet, which is positive.
Great speed from Sanchez as he runs away from white shirts. He finds Vargas, whose return pass is terrible. Looking at Wilshere incident again, he is lucky not to be carded.
Mena making inroads down the left. Handbags away from the ball between Beausejour and Wilshere. England can run away from that through Baines, but are forced to check and go backwards. Defore's first touch sees him find Baines, and his cross isn't well met by Lallana.
Attacking change by England, with Milner making way for Defoe. Rooney will now drop a little deeper. Should help his cause as he hasn't had much service.
Both England centre-backs now on yellow cards and up against Sanchez. Test for them. England can't get Rooney down the middle, with Jara cutting across his path.
Plenty of pushing and showing inside the box. Smalling and Jara shown yellow cards. Lallana takes the corner and Bravo is able to punch clear under no pressure. Ball drops to Johnson, who fires into the stands from 25 yards out.
Baines questions the postioning of the wall, and they are marched back again. Finally the free-kick is taken, and Baines fires into said wall. The ball flicks behind for a corner. Disappointing effort.
Townsend meats his man and shows great pace. Wilshere picks up a loose ball which bounces off Medel. Cardiff man dives into a challenge to try and get the ball back, and concedes a free-kick right on the edge of the box - just right of centre.
Wilshere with a strong burst. He looks for Lallana, but Gonzalez blocks the route to goal. Lampard then looks for Wilshere again, but nothing doing for the hosts. Chile's passing game has slipped a bit after the changes.
Jara, after an age doing up his boot laces and messing around with his socks, is finally sent on to the field. You would think that those on the bench would be ready to enter the field.
Bravo holding his back, but will be okay to continue. Hodgson prowling the touchline. He will be looking for Townsend to add a spark. More changes on the way, with Isla hobbling off.
Lallana over the corner. Bravo does really well to come through the crowd and gather. He is bundled over by Cahill, who has just been booked. England man couldn't do much about it. Bravo has stayed down.
Rodriguez's debut is over. He makes way for Townsend. Huge cheer for Townsend. Smalling also sent on in place of Jones.
One pass too many from Chile and Rooney can gather. He has Lampard and Milner in support. Chile pull everyone back. Baines then found in space, but his cross hits Isla. Lampard gathers and forces a corner off Diaz.
Sanchez turns through midfield and finds Mena on the overlap. His low cross is spilled by Forster, but Jones is on hand to hack clear. Hardly convincing again from England at the back. Cahill then goes into the book for a very late trip on Gutierrez.
Isla with a wild pass across his own penalty area, but Chile remain calm and play their way out. England still spending far too much time chasing shadows. They need to move up the field and force the issue.
Johnson goes to take a quick throw and sees the ball squirm from his grasp. Fortunate to get a second chance. Forster hammers down field, Rodriguez can't get a foot on the ball. He helps to keep Chile pegged inside their own half.
Rooney pops up on the left, drifts inside and then fires a very ambitious effort from 25 yards out sailing towards the corner flag. Not his best on what has been a frustrating night thus far.
Baines with another set-piece which is easily dealt with. He then forces another, but gives the ball straight to Vargas. He runs half the pitch, but Lallana does well to get back and see the ball back to Forster. England's set-pieces have been pretty terrible so far.
Jones with a diving header inside his own box. England pegged back. Chile look so comfortable in midfield. Gutierrez then gives the ball away. Lallana can escape into space, but sees a cut back towards Rooney knocked behind my Medel.
Gutierrez unable to gather 25 yards from goal, but Chile win a throw. Beausejour running at Johnson again, who does well this time to play the ball off the Chile winger. Visitors soon have it back, with Sanchez twisting and turning again.
Johnson, from the left, fires into Rodriguez, but the ball bounces off his chest. Beausejour very wide on the left flank. Containing him has been a problem for England. He is on the ball again, with Chile piling men forward.
Milner forced backwards in midfield. Lampard then sweeps a pass down the right for Rooney. He gets his head up, but sees a cut back intended for Rodriguez bundled behind for a corner. Baines' delivery is cleared to Wilshere, who swings at fresh air on the edge of the box.
Jones back to Forster, who has to clear under pressure from Sanchez. Chile slip straight back into their passing game. England need to find a way of rushing them and make them go long.
Darren says: "Think this is bad? Wait until the Germany game. They're going to throttle this squad."
Ben Hope says: "Not very well with the likes of Milner, Lallana and Rodriguez on, need to bring on the people who can influence the game such as Townsend for Milner and Barkley, maybe even Defoe."
Natalie says: "I reckon this might be the point where England loses their success so far, i'm predicting a 2-1 win to Chile."
Chris Green says: "England's performance has been very dissatisfying so far; this is totally unacceptable and I really hope we can nick a goal soon, as it's embarrassing to see us keep missing chances."
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England 0 Chile 1. Visitors hold a deserved lead at the interval. Plenty of room for improvement from the hosts.
Johnson takes the ball off Sanchez, but is soon chasing back. Beausejour has options in the middle, but badly over-hits his cross and fires across the face of goal. Aranguiz down and will require treatment.
Baines delivers. Rooney dives at the front post, but can't make contact. Vargas gathers for Chile and helps to lead them out by winning a throw. Hodgson on his seat and has plenty to mull over heading into the interval.
Beausejour goes to ground on the edge of the box, but is waved back to his feet. Ball played back to Forster, who is able to clear cleanly. Rooney found and he tees up Lallana. Clear sight of goal, but he sees his strike deflected wide.
Johnson clips a cross from deep towards Rooney. He rises to glance past the post, but the whistle goes anyway. He may have had a shove on Medel. More frustration for the England frontman. Diaz gathers from his keeper, and is able to spin away from trouble.
Ball is tossed into the box, but Cahill's nod down falls to no-one. Chile can counter, but Vargas is all alone up front. He gets to the edge of the box, but is then crowded out. Support couldn't get there quick enough. Play switches back to the other end, and Rooney wins a throw.
Chile go backwards and forwards, with England unable to get a tackle in. They are then gifted the ball back and Sanchez trips Lallana. The problem with being too clever, sometimes it backfires inside your own half. Free-kick taken wide to Johnson.
Ball back with Bravo. He spreads play to the right for Diaz. Sanchez then forced to play the way he is facing, which is away from goal. England can't get the ball back. Keep-ball from Chile.
Baines' corner drops onto the boot of Jones. He tries to cushion a volley across the goal with the outside of his boot, but sees the ball spin past the upright. Decent effort. Bravo was beaten.
Johnson into Lallana. He has looked bright down the right, but not as bright as Townsend has looked in his last couple of international outings. Baines finds Wilshere, who drives into the box and wins a corner off a sliding challenge from Isla.
Rodriguez into Milner. All a bit slow from England. They are better when fizzing passes around and trying to turn defenders around. Not happening at the moment. Rodriguez ends up getting a shot away from 20 yards out, but it trickles into the arms of Bravo.
Mena slides past Wilshere, but England force a throw deep in the Chile half. All a bit scrappy, with no space in midfield. Rooney and Johnson get in each other's way. Sanchez leads the Chile charge. No way through.
Cahill limping a little as he trots back into position. Wilshere also not moving too freely after that last challenge. Both men looking to run off knocks. Rooney closing from the front, but has no-one backing him up. He waves his arms around and has every reason to be frustrated.
Rooney still shouting at anyone in ear shot - linesman this time gets an earful. England win a couple of throws down their left, but it is slow progress and they then head back to Forster. Another mis-kicked clearance falls to Wilshere, who is fouled.
Sanchez causing problems again. England have three around him, and he still squeezes a pass towards Diaz. Nevery defending again as Baines slices into the stands. Rooney having words. He isn't getting a kick and needs those around him to raise their game.
Cahill charges down another effort on goal. England look all over the place at the back. No Cole, Jagielka and Hart and it doesn't look too clever. Johnson the man being pulled out of position far too often.
Patient approach from Chile as they go back to Bravo, and then out to Gonzalez. He refuses to fire down the flank. Inviting trouble at times. England carved open, with Beausejour in acres of space. He is forced wide, and then Vargas sees a shot blocked. Should have been two.
England's marking letting them down again there. As they look to counter, Aeanguiz is there to hammer back towards halfway. Baines sold short by a pass, but turns into his man and wins a throw. Medel then wins a throw off Rodriguez - who is yet to get into the game.
Mena found a long way down the left flank. Lallana has to track all the way back with him and a robust challenge concedes a corner. Beausejour's delivery finds the head of Medel, who nods over the top from eight yards out. Could have done better.
Sanchez trying to dance his way into the box, but tries too much and ends up sending Milner to the turf. He gets a decision on the edge of his own box. Forster fires long. Lallane is found 35 yards from goal, but is pulled up for a high boot.
Space for Beausejour again on the Chile left. England bring numbers back and the visitors have to retreat. Rooney working hard up top for England, chasing lose causes.
Baines into the feet of Rodriguez, who finds Wilshere. He looks to return the favour, but a return ball runs through to Bravo. England knocking on the door, just lacking a final ball to unlock it at the moment.
Bravo's clearance runs all the way through to Forster. Chile don't have much height up top. Johnson then plays another back-pass to Forster, from halfway. Not a lot of ambition there!
Lallana caught on the ball. Beausejour chases a loose ball, but is beaten to it by Cahill. He lumps anywhere. England pegged back until Lalllana spins on the touchline and wins a throw. Rooney breaks and spins the ball into the path of Wilshere, who sees a 25-yard half-volley beaten away by Bravo.
Johnson claims a corner as he looks to burst into space, but a goal kick is given. Hodgson demanding more of the same. When England are able to press in the final third, they have caused problems.
Isla gives the ball away to Wilshere, who feeds Rodriguez. He has to cut back, but England keep asking questions. Milner works the ball onto his left foot 20 yards out and sees a clipped effort flick off Medel and onto the roof of the net. Lallana's corner is met by Lampard, but his flick won't fall for Rooney.
Fernandez skips over a Lampard challenge, before then going to ground. He gets the decision. He could have stayed on his feet. Chile work the ball to Beausejour again.
Lampard over the free-kick from 40 yards out. He goes for goal, and his effort flicks off the top of the wall. Bravo worried for a moment, but tips over the bar. Baines' corner is nodded to safety.
Good defending from Jones as he calmly nods back to Forster. England looking to play their way out now. Baines able to make inroads down the left, combining with Milner. Wilshere then takes the ball inside and Beausejour is booked for bringing him down from behind.
Vargas wins a free-kick wide on the right flank. Hodgson out waving his men forward, he feels they are sitting too deep. His frustration mounts as Lallana then trips Beausejour. Chile go backwards from the free-kick.
Scuffed clearance from Forster runs along the floor. He is fortunate not to find a Chile player. Lallana gathers and is bundled over by Aranguiz. Visitors prepared to mix it in midfield. They have plenty of ball-winners in there.
Sanchez down again, tripped by Lampard this time. Quick feet from the Barca man, who looks like he's going to be a handful. Fernandez dips the free-kick into the box, but Jones is being fouled and England can clear their lines.
Lallana lures Mena into a challenge, which sends the ball behind for a corner. Big men forward from the back. Lallana tries to play the corner short to Johnson, but picks out a red shirt. Opportunity wasted.
Poor pass from Jones has England back-tracking. Johnson found out of position and Beausejour has space to move into. He can take a touch inside the box before seeing a well-struck drive beaten away by Forster.
Strong run from Milner down the right. He does really well to hang over a cross. Bravo comes to meet the delivery and plucks it out of the air with one hand. This time he does go long, to nobody. Milner then almost caught on the ball in midfield. England edge forward.
Space for Milner, but he asks far too much of Johnson bombing down the right flank. An over-hit pass runs behind for a goal kick. Bravo still refuses to go long. Not the best idea this time as Isla then dinks the ball out of play.
No way through for Rodriguez down the left. Chile go back to their keeper. Everything played out from the back. Johnson gathers a loose ball and sends it back to Forster. His long clearance falls to Rooney.
Sanchez felled by Jones, who dived in and was off his feet. Has to be careful. Chile still knocking the ball around confidently. Beausejour unable to get a cross over on this occasion.
Positive response from England. Jones finds Rooney, who turns the ball to the right for Lallana. He has a yard of space on the edge of the box, but drills low at Bravo. Comfortable stop.
Sanchez is very much a man in form. He has been among the goals for Barcelona and England would have known all about him. Slack defending.
GOAL CHILE - SANCHEZ. The visitors take the lead at Wembley. A counter attack has England rocking and firmly on the back foot. Aranguiz sees a shot blocked but Beausejour gathers and sends the ball wide. As Mena delivers, Sanchez gets in front of Baines and nods into the bottom corner.
Chile slip back into their passing game. Mena caught on the ball by Rooney, but Medel tracks back to block his route to goal. As Chile try to run the ball out, Fernandez is tripped by Johnson.
Rooney into the path of Johnson, who has Lallana running off him. Pass is cut out by Diaz. His clearance is poor and falls to Lampard. England work the ball wide to Milber. His low cross is deflected towards the target, before then being hacked clear.
Lallana's delivery not quite so good this time and is dealt with by the first man. Chile have no out ball and Johnson can work the ball back to Forster, who fires long. Rooney can't hold play up and Chile move forward. Medel looks for Sanchez, but the flag goes up.
Lallana over the set-piece. A brilliant dipping delivery is met by Jones. His looping header is palmed up into the air by Bravo. He is let off the hook as the ball is then nodded over the top for an England corner.
Chile seeing all of the ball, but only just get out of their own half. Rooney up top on his own at the moment, with Rodriguez operating wide. He gets his first touch, but runs straight into Isla. Milner is then felled 35 yards from goal wide on the left.
Bravo with an early touch in the Chile goal. Rooney closing down from the front, rushing him slightly. Visitors looking to play football. England yet to have a touch.
Players emerge into the arena. Enthusiastic crowd in attendance. Proud moment for Frank Lampard prior to kick-off as he receives a golden 100th cap from Geoff Hurst and his father Frank snr.
Teams in the tunnel so we will have to leave the feedback there for now. There will be further opportunities to have your say at half-time and at the final whistle.
Jamie O'Sullivan thinks underestimating the visitors would be a mistake. He says: "A lot of naive puppies out there! Chile are a good side. I can see Chile winning but my money is on 2-2."
Debutants have got their first taste of the big match atmosphere. There will be a few nerves knocking around, but they have headed back to the dressing room raring to go. Early touches for the new boys will be the order of the day.
Ben Gleeson is looking forward to this, saying: "I'm a very happy England fan right now with Forster, Lallana and Rodriguez (I'm sold on the first two, not so sure about Jay) given a chance in the team. It isn't just because we get to see a fresh team, but it sends a message out to all English players that no-one is irreplaceable. Jones at centre-half is brilliant to see, Baines continuing to be the #1 LB is something that should have happened a long-time ago, and Rooney being deployed as the main forward is just what we need. No complaints, very excited."
Rory thinks Hodgson's men will have enough. He says: "Should be a fairly even game but should win, as Chile not that strong enough to beat us."
Samuel Margo also sees England among the goals. He says: "Should be comfortable for England I think a 3-0 win."
Andre Quemard is backing the Three Lions to come out on top, saying: "I think it's nice to see Roy Hodgson put Forster, Lallana and Rodriguez in the starting line up, I hope they perform well but I think Chile could grab a goal, 3-1 to England for me with Rooney, Lallana and Lampard scoring while Sanchez will score for Chile."
Chris Green is another happy to see the new boys. He says: "I am glad to hear that Hodgson has decided to give Lallana, Rodriguez and Forster the opportunity to impress, and if they all perform to their full potential, I see them making a big impact this evening. This should be an easy game for England, but I wouldn't be surprised if Chile take an early lead as they have some very talented players, particularly Alexis Sanchez."
Joshua Eley is happy with the make-up of the England side, saying: "I think Roy did right on giving Forster, Lallana and Rodriguez their first caps to see new potential!"
Chile team: Bravo, Gonzalez, Mena, Isla, Diaz, Medel, M Fernandez, Aranguiz, Sanchez, Vargas, Beausejour. Subs: Silva, Carmona, Gutierrez, Valdivia, Toselli, Rojas, Munoz, Jara, Fernandes, Fuenzalida, Herrera.
England team: Forster, Johnson, Cahill, Jones, Baines, Milner, Wilshere, Lampard, Lallana, Rooney, Rodriguez. Subs: Smalling, Ruddy, Cole, Gibbs, Jagielka, Barkley, Cleverley, Henderson, Townsend, Defoe, Hart.
You can bet in-play throughout the evening at Skybet.com. England start as favourites at 21/20, with Chile 14/5 and the draw 12/5. You can get Frank Lampard Price Boosted to 11/1 to break the deadlock.
Will England prove too strong on home soil? Can Chile repeat their heroics from 1998 - when Marcelo Salas struck twice in a 2-0 win? Who will the men to keep an eye on? Let me know your thoughts.
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Chile, meanwhile, will have a number of recognisable faces on show, with their top talents plying their trade across Europe.
Roy Hodgson has drafted fresh faces into his ranks, with the England boss keen to take a look at as many candidates for a place in his final 23-man squad as possible.
With both nations having already booked their place at the 2014 World Cup, this game represents the first step on the road to Brazil.