If England's win over Wales on Saturday filled you with national pride, you can support the Three Lions tonight for just £10.
England's U21's are in action at Deepdale, the home of Preston North End, as they take on Iceland in a friendly.
Stuart Pearce's side have been in good form beating Denmark 4-0 in Viborg on Thursday night and now continue their preparations for this summer's European Championships, in the North West.
Tonight's game, which is the penultimate match for the squad before the tournament kicks off in June, could see three players make their debut after they were late additions to the squad.
Like Fabio Capello, Stuart Pearce chose to release some players back to their club's ahead of another important weekend of action so Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Amos, who is currently on loan at Oldham Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Adam Hammill and Birmingham City's Jordan Mutch have all joined up.
Other players set to feature at Deepdale, hosting an U21 international for the first time, include Kyle Naughton, currently on loan at Leicester City from Tottenham Hotspur, Tom Cleverley, who spent last season on loan at Watford and Burnley's on loan duo of Jack Cork and Nathan Nathan Delfouneso.
Ipswich Town striker and winner of two awards at last weekend's Football League awards will also be in action as he looks for his first goal at this level, after making just two appearances so far.
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 concessions, with kick off at 7.45pm. The club are advising fans to arrive early with big queues anticipated at the ticket office. As well as paying on the night tickets are available via 0844 856 1966 and www.mypne.com.
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