Here's a sneak preview
A word from Sven's and a Look at some of the past encounters between England and Turkey are just two of the things that can be seen in tonight's Matchday Programme
"In international football, every game is a big game. But the sheer importance of this evening's mach makes it one of the biggest for all concerned. If we are to win our Group we can't afford to lose against Turkey. There is no doubt in the squad that we are determined to take all three points.
Most of the players in Senol Gunes' squad came through Turkey's international youth teams. They are good technically, they are strong - and it is obvious they have played together for a long time. Maybe their fine performance at the World Cup surprised some people, but it would not have come as a shock to anyone who has watched their side developing in recent seasons.
They have many fine players. I regularly watch Okan and Emre play for Inter Milan; they are both very gifted. I also think Tugay is a key player - the pivot around which much of the Turkish game revolves.
Turkey are very good on the counter-attack. If you lose the ball in midfield against such opponents, there is always a danger of them coming back at you very quickly. That doesn't mean we won't attack them, but it means we must be patient in possession and attack and commit at the right times"
Sven-Goran Eriksson - England Head Coach
"I think they'll win comfortably, I'll be cheering them on." England Under-17 and Sunderland midfielder Grant Leadbitter on England's chances tonight.
"Rovers are one of the best clubs and I am very happy to be here. The players and staff are all sincere, genial, professional and very helpful." Turkey striker Hakan Sukur loves life in Blackburn
"If you're adamant that it would be dangerous to carry on, then you have to insist that the player comes off, although the ultimate decision rests with him. However, it's very rare that they argue with you." Arsenal and England Physio Gary lewin only has the players' interests at heart.
"It means alot to have played for my country at Wembley, but I only went on as a late substitute in both matches. I did swap shirts after each game, but I couldn't tell you who I swapped with!" Kevin Phillips was pleased to be handed England caps against Brazil and Argentina.
This is just a preview of what can be seen in tonight's Official Matchday Programme where you can get the full word from Sven and a complete run-down of all the England v Turkey fixtures as well as interviews with Kevin Phillips, Hakan Sukur and England Under-17s midfielder Grant Leadbitter.