LONDON - England captain John Terry has cautioned fans not to expect a goal-scoring spree when the Group 6 leaders face Andorra in tomorrow's World Cup qualifier.
On a night when 12 other European sides are in qualifying action, England will bid for a victory that would take them to within one win of a place at the 2010 World Cup. After winning all six of their qualifiers to date, Terry knows the team is under pressure to please the fans at Wembley Stadium, especially after Saturday's 4-0 win in Kazakhstan.
Terry sees England's winning run as work in progress for a team that has been revitalised under coach Fabio Capello but still has more to offer. It also has a key match coming up in September against Croatia.
Elsewhere in England's group, Ukraine can move level on 11 points with second-place Croatia by beating Kazakhstan in Kiev.
The Netherlands, which plays Norway, is the only side in Europe to have qualified for the 2010 World Cup to date. Like England, the Dutch also made it six wins out of six games with a decisive 2-1 victory in Iceland in Group 9 on Saturday.
Germany's lead at the top of Group 4 could be trimmed to one point if Guus Hiddink's Russia beat Finland. Hiddink is back on international duty full time after his four-month stint at Chelsea ended with the Premier League club winning the FA Cup.
With France idle in Group 7, Serbia can extend its lead over the 1998 world champions to eight points with a victory against the winless Faroe Islands. - Sapa-AP