Good evening and welcome to LIVE updates of the World Cup qualifier between England and Poland at Wembley. Kick off 19:45 BST.
World Cup Qualification UEFA / Matchday 3
Wembley / 31.03.2021
REPORT: Harry Maguire thundered home a late winner as England maintained their 100 per cent start to World Cup Qualifying with a 2-1 victory over Poland at Wembley.
Maguire slams home late winner to maintain England's 100% record
End of 2nd Half
FT: England 2-1 Poland. Maguire and Kane ensure England stay perfect in World Cup qualifying with three wins from three. Stones was a villain turned hero as his error gifted the Poles an equaliser before he provided the assist for Maguire to win it.
Four minutes added.
ENGLAND CHANGE: Lingard on for Sterling.
ENGLAND CHANGE: Calvert-Lewin on, Kane off.
POLAND CHANGES: Reca and Grosicki on.
ENGLAND CHANGE: Foden off, James on.
GOAL! Maguire thunders a superb finish into the roof of the net after Stones had nodded a left-wing corner into his path.
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It's quite strange that Southgate hasn't made a change. Time is running out for his team to stay perfect in this pool.
England look the more likely at this point and are beginning to up the ante. Can they find that second goal?
POLAND CHANGE: Piatek off, Augustyniak on.
Foden curves his shot from the resulting free kick into the wall and the visitors move it to safety.
A brilliant run from Foden ends with the Man City man winning a free kick for his country in a central area 20 yards out.
Poland have really grown in confidence as this half has worn on. Time for Southgate to look to his bench to try and reinvigorate his team.
England spring forward on the break. Mount feeds Foden but his right foot shot is too tame from the right side of the area.
Kane lunges in on Szczesny and is lucky to escape without a caution.
Milik directs a looping header wide of the far post after a left-wing cross was nodded back into the middle.
Lots of close-ups of Stones now. England need their forward men to take that spotlight off him if they are to maintain their perfect start to Group I.