Paul Fairclough's squad have had a busy few days ahead of Tuesday's game in Bermuda
The England C squad arrived in Bermuda on Saturday showing three changes to the original 16-man selection.
Both Josh Gillies and Ryan Bowman became ineligible following their moves into the Football League and were replaced by Grimsby Town’s Andy Cook and Hereford’s Marlon Jackson.
This was followed by Anthony Malbon’s late withdrawal for personal reasons and he was replaced by Wrexham’s John Hunt.
After a relaxing Saturday evening following the eight-hour journey, the squad took part in their first training session on Sunday morning at the National Football Centre in Hamilton.
The session was the first opportunity for many of the players to take part in any form of football action since the end of the season.
Monday was more hectic for the group as in addition to a more intense training session, the players visited local schools to talk to pupils about their experience in the game. Both sessions were well received and enjoyed by both the children and the players involved.
The evening was highlighted by a reception hosted by His Excellency HM Governor of Bermuda, John Fergusson. The function, at the Governor’s residence, was attended by Government Ministers, local dignitaries, Bermudan FA officials and BFA sponsors.
The players are now looking forward to Tuesday's match and hope that they can get back to winning ways following February’s ICT Semi Final defeat to Turkey.
The game kicks off at 7.30pm local time.