Facts and figures ahead of England's game in Brazil on Sunday, courtesy of Opta
As part of The FA150 celebrations, England are in Brazil for an international fixture with a difference.
Described by midfielder Michael Carrick as a “stand out” game, The Three Lions head to the iconic Maracanã on Sunday to face Luiz Felipe Scolari’s 'Canarinhos’ (Little Canaries).
The two teams are arguably among the most famous in the world, and unsurprisingly the fixture is steeped in history.
Below are a few match facts, courtesy of Opta...
• Since the start of 2010, England have lost just one of their eleven international games away from home (W7 D3 L1).
• The Three Lions have managed to keep a clean sheet in five of their last nine internationals away from home.
• Brazil have won just one of their last seven international games (D4 L2).
• England have scored in eleven successive internationals away from home; their best such run since June 1992 (12 games).
• Brazilian striker Fred has netted in four successive appearances for Brazil; including their solitary goal in the 2-1 defeat to England back in February.
• Neymar has scored three goals in his last two appearances for Brazil.
• Wayne Rooney has scored in three successive appearances for England away from home.
• England have won just one of their last nine games against Brazil, but this came in their most recent meeting (2-1 in February 2013).
• Brazil have scored in every one of their last nine international meetings with England.
• This will be England’s fifth away game against Brazil. They have won just one of their previous four; a 2-0 win at the Maracanã in which John Barnes scored his famous goal.
• England have won eight of their last eleven international matches against South American nations.
• Joe Hart became the first England goalkeeper to save a penalty since 2004 when the two met in February 2012.
The game kicks-off at 8pm (BST) on Sunday 2 June.
Live on ITV1.
Coverage begins at 7.30pm.