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By Sam Lyon
Steve Morison makes his Wales debut in the friendly against Luxembourg in Llanelli, the Millwall striker part of a three-pronged attack including Robert Earnshaw, winning his 50th cap, and captain Craig Bellamy on his first start for Wales in 2010. Meanwhile, goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey starts ahead of Boaz Myhill and Doncaster's Brian Stock wins his third cap in defence.
Wales: Hennessey, Ricketts, Morgan, Williams, Gunter, Ledley, Cotterill, Stock, Bellamy, Morison, Earnshaw. Subs: Myhill, Eardley, Crofts, King, Vaughan, Brown.
Luxembourg: Joubert, Mutsch, Janisch, Kintziger, Hoffmann, Schnell, Peters, Krogh Gerson, Bettmer, Da Mota Alves, Kitenge.
Subs: Oberweis, Collette, Bernard, Blaise, Laterza, Pedro, Bensi.
Referee: Mattias Gestranius (Finland)
England: Hart, Glen Johnson, Jagielka, Terry, Ashley Cole, Barry, Lampard, Walcott, Gerrard, Adam Johnson, Rooney. Subs: Loach, Dawson, Cahill, Gibbs, Milner, Young, Wilshere, Carlton Cole, Zamora, Fielding.
Hungary: Kiraly, Liptak, Vanczak, Juhasz, Szelesi, Vadocz, Dzsudzsak, Rudolf, Elek, Gera, Huszti. Subs: Fulop, Laczko, Toth, Hajnal, Komlosi, Czvitkovics, Priskin, Vermes, Koman.
Referee: Stephane Lannoy (France)
Northern Ireland: Taylor, Little, McGivern, Jonathan Evans, Craigan, Baird, Davis, Clingan, Paterson, Lafferty, Brunt. Subs: Tuffey, Corry Evans, McCann, Healy, Feeney, Patterson, Norwood, Gorman, Blayney.
Referee: Bosko Jovanetic (Serbia)
Hart; G Johnson, Terry, Jagielka, A Cole; Barry, Lampard, Gerrard, Walcott, A Johnson; Rooney.
England pull-outs: Ben Foster, Darren Bent (both injured), Paul Robinson and Wes Brown (retired).
Scotland pull-outs: Lee McCulloch, Alan Hutton, Andy Webster, Graham Dorrans, David Marshall, Scott Brown (injury).
Wales pull-outs: Gareth Bale, Darcy Blake, Dave Edwards, Simon Church, Ched Evans, Sam Vokes (injury) and Simon Davies (retired).
Northern Ireland pull-outs: Aaron Hughes, Gareth McAuley, Trevor Carson, George McCartney (injury) and Damien Johnson (retired).
Delighted... or intimidated?
So Scotland coach Craig Levein goes for Wolves newboy Steven Fletcher as a lone striker ahead of Kenny Miller - maybe because he already knows what the Rangers man can do in that role - while Ibrox goalkeeper Allan McGregor makes his return to the international fold for the first time since being banned for a late-night drinking session during the tenure of previous Scotland manager George Burley. Dundee United 21-year-old Garry Kenneth wins his first cap as he starts ahead of Stephen McManus at the heart of the defence alongside Christophe Berra and they will have the job of shackling Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Barcelona frontman who has been handed the captaincy after being persuaded to come out of international retirement by new Sweden coach Erik Hamren.
Sweden: Isaksson, Lustig, Mellberg, Majstorovic, Safari, Svensson, Wernbloom, Elmander, Toivonen, Bajrami, Ibrahimovic. Subs: Wiland, Berg, Larsson, Kallstrom, Granqvist, Hysen, Wendt, Olsson, Wilhelmsson.
Scotland: McGregor, Broadfoot, Kenneth, Berra, Wallace, Robson, Darren Fletcher, Thomson, Adam, McFadden, Steven Fletcher. Subs: Alexander, Whittaker, Miller, Iwelumo, Boyd, Robertson, Morrison, McManus, Turner.
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)