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England will play Mexico at Wembley in May

Fabio Capello
England boss Fabio Capello names his final squad on 1 June

England will play their penultimate World Cup warm-up match against Mexico at Wembley Stadium on 24 May.

The game has been arranged to provide England with some opposition from the CONCACAF region ahead of their Group C opener against the United States.

England are due to depart for the first of two trips to a training camp at altitude in Austria on 17 May.

But any players involved in the Champions League final on 22 May will not be involved in the Mexico friendly.

England will also play Japan in Graz, Austria, on 30 May. The World Cup in South Africa starts on 11 June, while England's match against the US is on 12 June.

Tickets for the Wembley warm-up will go on sale to England members on Friday 26 March before being offered to the general public on Tuesday 30 March.

Manager Fabio Capello will name his final World Cup squad of 23 players on 1 June and the following day the squad will fly out to South Africa.



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