• 4 Jun 2014, Kick Off 8:00pm
  • Ref: Jair Marrufo
  • Competition: International
  • Sun Life Stadium, Miami
Ecuador
2
2
England
70' Michael Arroyo
8' Enner Valencia
 
Result
51' Rickie Lambert
29' Wayne Rooney
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    • 1Banguera
    • 4Paredes
    • 2Guagua
    • 3Erazo
    • 10Walter Ayoví
    • 16Antonio Valencia
    • 23Gruezo
    • 6Noboa
    • 7Montero
    • 13Valencia
    • 11Caicedo
    • 13Foster
    • 17Milner
    • 16Jones
    • 12Smalling
    • 23Shaw
    • 8Lampard
    • 7Wilshere
    • 15Oxlade-Chamberlain
    • 21Barkley
    • 10Rooney
    • 18Lambert
    • 5Ibarra
    • 12Bone
    • 20Martínez
    • 8Méndez
    • 19Saritama
    • 14Castillo
    • 18Bagüí
    • 21Achilier
    • 22Domínguez
    • 9Rojas
    • 15Arroyo
    • 17Jaime Ayoví
    • 19Sterling
    • 3Baines
    • 1Hart
    • 4Gerrard
    • 5Cahill
    • 20Lallana
    • 22Forster
    • 9Sturridge
    • 11Welbeck
    • 14Henderson
    • 6Jagielka
    • 2Johnson
    • 25Flanagan
    • 24Stones

    Ecuador

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 1 M. Banguera
    • 4 J. Paredes
    • 2 J. Guagua
    • 3 F. Erazo
    • 10 W. Ayoví
    • 16 L. Valencia
    • 23 C. Gruezo (Saritama '90)
    • 6 C. Noboa (Méndez '50)
    • 7 J. Montero (Arroyo '68)
    • 13 E. Valencia (Ibarra '83)
    • 11 F. Caicedo (Rojas '45)

    England

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 13 B. Foster
    • 17 J. Milner
    • 16 P. Jones
    • 12 C. Smalling
    • 23 L. Shaw (Stones '74)
    • 8 F. Lampard
    • 7 J. Wilshere
    • 15 A. Oxlade-Chamberlain (Flanagan '63)
    • 21 R. Barkley (Henderson '84)
    • 10 W. Rooney (Sterling '64)
    • 18 R. Lambert (Welbeck '84)
    Substitutes
    • 5 R. Ibarra
    • 12 A. Bone
    • 20 F. Martínez
    • 8 . Méndez
    • 19 L. Saritama
    • 14 S. Castillo
    • 18 . Bagüí
    • 21 G. Achilier
    • 22 A. Domínguez
    • 9 J. Rojas
    • 15 M. Arroyo
    • 17 J. Ayoví
    Substitutes
    • 19 R. Sterling
    • 3 L. Baines
    • 1 J. Hart
    • 4 S. Gerrard
    • 5 G. Cahill
    • 20 A. Lallana
    • 22 F. Forster
    • 9 D. Sturridge
    • 11 D. Welbeck
    • 14 J. Henderson
    • 6 P. Jagielka
    • 2 G. Johnson
    • 25 J. Flanagan
    • 24 J. Stones
    • 2 Goals 2
    • 1 First Half Goals 1
    • 6 Shots On Target 5
    • 5 Shots Off Target 6
    • 1 Hit Woodwork 1
    • 1 Red Cards 1
    • 11 Fouls 5
    • 1 Offsides 3
    • 0 Hand Balls 1
    • 46.9 Possession % 53.1
    • 414 Total Passes 471
    • 358 Accurate Passes 406
    • 18 Crosses 19
    • 5 Accurate Crosses 4
    • 4 Corners 8
    • 17 Tackles Won 8
    • 21 Total Tackles 13
    • 1 Blocks 2
    • 2 Blocked Scoring Attempts 1
    • 7 Interceptions 13
    • 32 Clearances 18
    • 32 Effective Clearances 18
    • 16 Headed Clearances 10
    • 3 Keeper Saves 4
    • 2 Keeper Throws 4
    • 2 Accurate Keeper Throws 4
    • 8 Goal Kicks 7
    • 4 Accurate Goal Kicks 5

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    Probable Lineups:

    EngEcuaEcuador (4-3-3): Banguera, Guagua, Ayovi, Paredes, Erazo, Castillo, Mendez, Rojas, Valencia, Montero, Martinez

    Ecuador’s last three matches include one win, one draw, and one lost, their most recent one being the 3-1 loss to Mexico. Last year the squad reached their highest position in the FIFA rankings in 10th place after they managed to win 14 out of 18 of the matches. They go into this match to get them ready for the World Cup, where they will face Switzerland, Honduras, and France. Antonio Valencia returns    to the starting line-up at the expense of Jaime Ayovi, with Joao Rojas most likely to move into the striker’s role aided by Fidel Martinez and Valencia down the flanks.

    England (4-2-3-1): Hart, Johnson, Jagielka, Jones, Shaw, Gerrard, Henderson, Lallana, Rooney, Barkley, Sturridge

    England looks to build on their recent 3-0 victory over Peru with another win, but this time they will play outside their home stadium all the way in Miami. In their previous three matches, the Three Lions lost 1-0 against Germany before coming back to win their final two before this encounter. Leighton Baines could be rested after picking up a slight knock in their previous match as Luke Shaw is prepared to into his place. Elsewhere, Danny Welbeck may be removed from the starting lineup and replaced with Ross Barkley, where he completes a three man attacking midfield along with Wayne Rooney and Adam Lallana.

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    Ecuador vs. England: An Alternative Preview

    This will be the third international meeting between England and Ecuador, with the Three Lions winning the last two without conceding a single goal.

    On the last occasion that these two sides met, England won 1-0 at the 2006 World Cup thanks to a goal from David Beckham – his last in an England shirt.

    The Three Lions have won their last seven warm-up matches/friendlies in the run-up to international tournaments since 2006.

    In fact, the last team to beat England in a warm up match for an international tournament were Uruguay in May 1990 (W15 D8).

    Eight of England's 10 goals in their last seven international matches have arrived after half time.

    Should England win this match, it'll be the first time that they've won three successive international games since September 2010.

    Ecuador have won just one of their last six internationals (D3 L2) and suffered a 3-1 defeat to Mexico on Saturday in their last fixture.

    England have won four of their last five international friendlies at a neutral venue, including a 3-2 win over Colombia in the USA back in May 2005.