England - International Results B-Team - Details


Overview
Key: (All details provided where known)
MATCHTYPE
Date, Location, Stadium, Crowd
VERSUS SCORE [HALF TIME]
Scorer(s): Player time

Player                  [Club] [Apps/Goals]
>Sub Time  Substitution [Club] [Apps/Goals]
[COACH]
Referee (Country)
Opponents information provided where known, but not always in detail.

1947

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/05/1947, Geneva
SWITZERLAND B 0-0 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]

SUIB: Eugenio Corrodi, Rudolf Gyger, André Belli, Willy Neukom, 
Gerhard Lusenti, A Ibach, B Ernst, Robert Hasler, Zanetti, René 
Bader, Hans Siegenthaler
ENGLAND B:
Frank Swift                  [Manchester City]
Laurence Scott               [Arsenal]
Richard Robinson             [Middlesbrough]
Neil Franklin                [Stoke City]
Billy Wright                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]
Tom Finney                   [Preston North End]
Wilf Mannion                 [Middlesbrough]
Stan Mortensen               [Blackpool]
James Hagan [c]              [Sheffield United]
Bobby Langton                [Blackburn Rovers]
Note: This game is often not listed, but added for reference.

1948

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
19/05/1948, Bellinzona, 20.000
SWITZERLAND B 1-5 ENGLAND B [HT 0-3]
Scorers:
Switzerland B: Robert Ballamann
England B: Billy Wright, Stan Mortensen 3, Stan Pearson

SUIB: W Eich, Roger Quinche, Willy Steffen, A Boggia, Roger Bocquet, 
A Ibach, Weber, Charly Antenen, Gerhard Lusenti, Jean Tamini, Robert 
Ballamann
ENGLAND B:
Frank Swift                  [Manchester City]
Alf Ramsey                   [Southampton]
Jeff Aston                   [Manchester United]
William Nicholson            [Tottenham Hotspurs]
Neil Franklin                [Stoke City]
Billy Wright                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]
Tom Finney                   [Preston North End]
Wilf Mannion                 [Middlesbrough]
Stan Mortensen               [Blackpool]
Stan Pearson                 [Manchester United]
Bobby Langton                [Blackburn Rovers]
Note: Another game against a Swiss side was played and won by England on 22/05/1948,
in Schaffhausen on a school pitch..Again these games are often not listed but
added for reference. They are referred to in Stan Mortensen's biography as he scored
a second hatrick in this game.

1949

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
15/05/1949, Helsinki, 22.116
FINLAND 0-4 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England B: Jimmy Mullen, John Morris, Dennis Wilshaw 2

FIN: Thure Sarnola, Kurt Martin, Stig-Göran Myntti, Veikko Asikainen,
Tapio Pylkkönen, Sven Ventjärv, Per-Erik Hägg, Aulis Rytkönen, 
Olavi Lilja, Jorma Vaihela, Kalevi Lehtovirta 
ENGLAND B:
Bert Williams                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
William Ellerington          [Southampton]              [1/0]
Eric Westwood                [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Walter Harrison              [Leicester City]           [1/0]
Leon Leuty [c]               [Derby County]             [1/0]
Jimmy Dickinson              [Portsmouth]               [1/0]
Eric Parsons                 [West Ham United]          [1/0]
John Morris                  [Derby County]             [1/1]
Dennis Wilshaw               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/2]
Wilf Mannion                 [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
Jimmy Mullen                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/1]
Referee: Ekland (Sweden)
Note: Finland A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/05/1949, Amsterdam, Olympisch Stadion, 60.000
NETHERLANDS 0-4 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
England B: Jack Rowley 3, Eric Parsons

NED: Frans de Munck, Henk Schijvenaar, Jeu van Bun, Jan van 
Schijndel, Rinus Terlouw, Joop Stofflen, Piet van Overbeek, 
Faas Wilkes, Abe Lenstra, Theo Timmermans, Bertus de Harder
ENGLAND B:
Ted Ditchburn                [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
William Jones                [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Eric Westwood                [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Walter Harrison              [Leicester City]           [2/0]
Leon Leuty [c]               [Derby County]             [2/0]
Henry Cockburn               [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Eric Parsons                 [West Ham United]          [2/1]
Colin Gibson                 [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Roy Bentley                  [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Jack Rowley                  [Manchester United]        [1/3]
Bobby Langton                [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Referee: Delasalle (France)
Note: Other sources indicate Roy Bentley scored one of the goals
credited to Jack Rowley.
Netherlands A Team.

1950

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/01/1950, Sheffield, Hillsborough, 43.053
ENGLAND B 5-0 SWITZERLAND B [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
England B: William Gray, Edward Baily, Walter Rickett, Tommy Briggs, 
Redfern Froggatt

ENGLAND B:
Ted Ditchburn                [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/0]
Laurence Scott               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Hugh Swift                   [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
William Nicholson            [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Laurie Hughes                [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Jimmy Dickinson [c]          [Portsmouth]               [2/0]
William Gray                 [Chelsea]                  [1/1]
>46' Roy Bentley             [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Redfern Froggatt             [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
Tommy Briggs                 [Grimsby Town]             [1/1]
Edward Baily                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/1]
Walter Rickett               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
SUIB: W Muller, Rudolf Gyger, Willy Steffen, A Hotz, Gerhard Lusenti, 
H Guerini, W Schneiter, H Hugi, René Bader, Josef Hugi, W Bosshardt
Referee: Leafe (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
22/02/1950, Newcastle, St James Park, 43.068
ENGLAND B 1-0 NETHERLANDS [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Nat Lofthouse

ENGLAND B:
Ray Middleton                [Chesterfield]             [1/0]
Stan Milburn                 [Chesterfield]             [1/0]
William Eckersley            [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
Len Quested                  [Fulham]                   [1/0]
Leon Leuty                   [Derby County]             [3/0]
Jimmy Dickinson [c]          [Portsmouth]               [3/0]
William Walters              [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Wilf Mannion                 [Middlesbrough]            [2/0]
Nat Lofthouse                [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/1]
Len Shackelton               [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Jimmy Mullen                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/1]
NED: Piet Kraak, Jan Potharst, Piet van der Sluijs, Cock van der 
Hoeven, Rinus Terlouw, Joop Stoffelen, Jan Schrumpf, Wim Lakenberg, 
André Roosenburg, Kees Rijvers, Mick Clavan
Referee: Power (England)
Note: Netherlands A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
11/05/1950, Milan, Milan, San Siro Stadium, 45.000
ITALY B 5-0 ENGLAND B [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
Italy B: Gino Capello 2, Gianpiero Boniperti, R Burini

ITAB: Guiseppe Casari, Carlo Anovazzi, Zeffiro Furiassi, Osvaldo 
Fattori, Augusto Magli, Leandro Remondini, Emilio Caprile, Benito
Lorenzi, Gino Capello, Gianpiero Boniperti, R Burini
ENGLAND B:
Ray Middleton                [Chesterfield]             [2/0]
Laurence Scott [c]           [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
William Eckersley            [Blackburn Rovers]         [2/0]
William Nicholson            [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/0]
John Crosland                [Blackpool]                [1/0]
Willie Watson                [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Jimmy Payne                  [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Reginald Lewis               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Jesse Pye                    [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Edward Baily                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/1]
Bobby Langton                [Bolton Wanderers]         [2/0]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
17/05/1950, Amsterdam, Olympic Stadium, 60.000
NETHERLANDS 3-0 ENGLAND B [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Netherlands: Kees Rijvers, André Roosenburg, Abe Lenstra

NED: Piet Kraak, Jan Potharst, Piet van der Sluijs, Cock van der 
Hoeven, Rinus Terlouw, Joop Stoffelen, André Roosenburg, Kees 
Rijvers, Rinus Michels, Abe Lenstra, Gerben Hofma
ENGLAND B:
Ray Middleton                [Chesterfield]             [3/0]
Laurence Scott [c]           [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
William Eckersley            [Blackburn Rovers]         [3/0]
Phil Taylor                  [Liverpool]                [1/0]
William Nicholson            [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/0]
Wille Watson                 [Sunderland]               [2/0]
Jimmy Payne                  [Liverpool]                [2/0]
Eddie Quigley                [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Jesse Pye                    [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
Edward Baily                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/1]
Bobby Langton                [Bolton Wanderers]         [3/0]
Referee: Wouters (Belgium)
Note: Netherlands A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/05/1950, Luxembourg, Stade Municipal, 12.000
LUXEMBOURG 1-2 ENGLAND B [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Luxembourg: Jules Gales
England B: Reginald Lewis 2

LUX: Bernard Michaux, Nicolas May, Jean-Michel Krecke, Nico Bock 
(Pierre Remy 46'), Victor Feller, Fernand Guth, Francois Muller, 
Camille Libar, Jules Gales, Marcel Rewenig, Robert Conrad
ENGLAND B:
Ray Middleton                [Chesterfield]             [4/0]
Laurence Scott [c]           [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Jackie Wright                [Blackpool]                [1/0]
Phil Taylor                  [Liverpool]                [2/0]
John Crosland                [Blackpool]                [2/0]
Willie Watson                [Sunderland]               [3/0]
Jimmy Payne                  [Liverpool]                [3/0]
Eddie Quigley                [Preston North End]        [2/0]
Reginald Lewis               [Arsenal]                  [2/2]
Jesse Pye                    [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
Jimmy Mullen                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/1]
Referee: le Fort (France)
Note: Luxembourg A Team.

1952

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
26/03/1952, Amsterdam, Olympic Stadium, 60.000
NETHERLANDS B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorer: Arnold Mitchell pen

NEDB: Wim Landman, Joop Odenthal, Sjaak Alberts, Bram Wiertz, Rinus 
Terlouw, Louis Biesbrouck, Piet van der Kuil, Jan van Schijndel, Noud
van Melis, Abe Lenstra, Mike Clavan
ENGLAND B:
Charlie Ashcroft             [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Cyril Rutter                 [Cardiff City]             [1/0]
Charlie Withers              [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
John Wheeler                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/0]
Ron Greenwood [c]            [Brentford]                [1/0]
Len Boyd                     [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
John Berry                   [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Jim Taylor                   [Luton Town]               [1/0]
Charlie Vaughan              [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
Tommy Harmer                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Arnold Mitchell              [Luton Town]               [1/1]
Referee: Horn (Netherlands)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
22/05/1952, Le Harve, 7.000
FRANCE ESPOIRS 7-1 ENGLAND B [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
France Espoirs: S Curyl, Cesari, Roger Piantoni 2, Gaulon, Domingo, 
Raymond Kopa
England B: Ray Barlow

FRA: Francois Remetter, Robert le Maitre, Colliot, Gaulon, Poitevin, 
Domingo, Raymond Kopa, René Dereuddre, Cesari, Roger Piantoni, S 
Curyl
ENGLAND B:
Ernie Gregory                [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Phil Gunter                  [Portsmouth]               [1/0]
Stan Wicks                   [Reading]                  [1/0]
John Wheeler                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [2/0]
Joseph Kennedy               [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Ray Barlow                   [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/1]
Gordon Astall                [Plymouth Argyle]          [1/0]
Robert Foster                [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Wilf Grant                   [Cardiff City]             [1/0]
Les Shannon                  [Burnley]                  [1/0]
Derek Hawksworth             [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
Referee: Alleen (Belgium)

1953

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
11/03/1953, Edinburgh, Easter Road, 25.000
SCOTLAND B 2-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
Scotland B: J McMillan, A Morrison
England B: William Holden 2

SCOB: R Simpson, J Aird, J Hewie, T Docherty, D Cowie, H Kelly,
J Henderson, W Moir, J Bonthrone, J McMillan, A Morrison
ENGLAND B:
Ken Nethercott               [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Ron Staniforth               [Huddersfield Town]        [1/0]
Roger Byrne                  [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Jimmy Adamson                [Burnley]                  [1/0]
Tommy Cummings [c]           [Burnley]                  [1/0]
Ray Barlow                   [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/1]
Jack Grainger                [Rotherham]                [1/0]
Albert Quixall               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
William Holden               [Burnley]                  [1/2]
Doug Lishman                 [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Don Roper                    [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Referee: Mitchell (Northern Ireland)

1954

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
03/03/1954, Sunderland, Roker Park, 21.048
ENGLAND B 1-1 SCOTLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
England B: Harry Hooper
Scotland B: J Cumming

ENGLAND B:
Ray Wood                     [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Ron Staniforth               [Huddersfield Town]        [2/0]
Roger Byrne                  [Manchester United]        [2/0]
Ken Armstrong [c]            [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Jimmy Dugdale                [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Eric Bell                    [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/0]
Harry Hooper                 [West Ham United]          [1/1]
Don Revie                    [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Ronnie Allen                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Johnny Haynes                [Fulham]                   [1/0]
Brian Pilkington             [Burnley]                  [1/0]
SCOB: J Anderson, M Haughney, J Aird, J Dudley, W Paterson, J Cumming,
T McDonald, W Fernie, J Henderson, J Dick, N Mochan
Referee: Davidson (Northern Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
24/03/1954, Gelsenkirchen, Glueckauf Stadion, 42.000
WEST GERMANY B 0-4 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England B: Bedford Jezzard 3, Les Shannon

FRGB: H Kwaitkowski, R Deinert, H Erhard, W Lang, H Schaeffer, 
G Herpers, O Ernst, H Lettle, R Kress, O Laszig, H Kraemer
ENGLAND B:
Edward Burgin                [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
Ron Staniforth               [Huddersfield Town]        [3/0]
Roger Byrne                  [Manchester United]        [3/0]
Ken Armstrong [c]            [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Henry Clarke                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Duncan Edwards               [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Harry Hooper                 [West Ham United]          [2/1]
Les Shannon                  [Burnley]                  [2/1]
Bedford Jezzard              [Fulham]                   [1/3]
Johnny Haynes                [Fulham]                   [2/0]
George Robb                  [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Referee: Schnipper (Netherlands)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
16/05/1954, Ljubjana, 30.000
YUGOSLAVIA B 2-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
Yugoslavia B: A Herceg 2
England B: Bedford Jezzard

YUGB: B Kralj, B Belin, M Zekovic, L Mantula, V Klaic, L Tasic,
L Liposinovic, V Conc, I Toplak, T Veselinovic, A Herceg
ENGLAND B:
Edward Burgin                [Sheffield United]         [2/0]
Ken Green                    [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
Jack Mansell                 [Portsmouth]               [1/0]
Ken Armstrong [c]            [Chelsea]                  [3/0]
Jimmy Dugdale                [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
Eric Bell                    [Bolton Wanderers]         [2/0]
Harry Hooper                 [West Ham United]          [3/1]
Albert Quixall               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Bedford Jezzard              [Fulham]                   [2/4]
Johnny Haynes                [Fulham]                   [3/0]
George Robb                  [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/0]
Referee: Dusch (West Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
22/05/1954, Basle, 14.000
SWITZERLAND B 2-0 ENGLAND B [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
Switzerland B: F Riva, M Mauron

SUIB: A Perminian, André Neury, M Fluckiger, Eschmann, O Eggimann,
G Fesselet, R Morand, H Hagen, M Mauron, F Riva, Coutax
ENGLAND B:
Ray King                     [Port Vale]                [1/0]
>46' George Thompson         [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Ken Green                    [Birmingham City]          [2/0]
Stanley Willemse             [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
William McGarr               [Huddersfield Town]        [1/0]
Jimmy Dugdale                [West Bromwich Albion]     [3/0]
Duncan Edwards               [Manchester United]        [2/0]
Harry Hooper                 [West Ham United]          [4/1]
Albert Quixall               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Ronnie Allen                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
> Johnny Nicholls            [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Dennis Wilshaw               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
George Robb                  [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/0]
Referee: Wershoven (West Germany)

1955

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
23/03/1955, Sheffield, Hillsborough, 32.630
ENGLAND B 1-1 WEST GERMANY B [HT 1-0]
Scorer:
England B: Roy Swinbourne
West Germany B: E Juskowiak pen

ENGLAND B:
Reg Matthews                 [Coventry City]            [1/0]
Jeff Hall                    [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
Jim Langley                  [Brighton & Hove Albion]   [1/0]
John Wheeler                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [2/0]
Trevor Smith                 [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
Duncan Edwards               [Manchester United]        [3/0]
Harry Hooper                 [West Ham United]          [5/1]
John Atyeo                   [Bristol City]             [1/0]
Roy Swinbourne               [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/1]
Johnny Haynes                [Fulham]                   [4/0]
William Kiernan              [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
FRGB: H Kubsch, H Hofmann, E Juskowiak, M Link, R Hoffman (W 
Baureis 25'), R Gottinger, L Schlump, U Biesinger, O Meyer, W 
Demski, E Haase
Referee: Clough (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
19/10/1955, Manchester, Maine Road, 25.683
ENGLAND B 5-1 YUGOSLAVIA B [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
England B: John Atyeo, Bedford Jezzard 2, William Perry 2
Yugoslavia B: Z Prljincevic

ENGLAND B:
Ronald Baynham               [Luton Town]               [1/0]
Tommy McGhee                 [Portsmouth]               [1/0]
Jim Langley                  [Brighton & Hove Albion]   [2/0]
John Wheeler                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [3/0]
Joseph Kennedy               [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Ronnie Clayton               [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
Victor Groves                [Leyton Orient]            [1/0]
John Atyeo                   [Bristol City]             [2/1]
Bedford Jezzard              [Fulham]                   [3/6]
Johnny Haynes                [Fulham]                   [5/0]
William Perry                [Blackpool]                [1/2]
YUGB: S Stojanovic, Stitic, I Biogradlic, V Popovic, Z Juricko, 
B Pajevic, L Liposinovic, V Conc, S Antic, Z Prljincevic, I Pasic
Referee: da Costa (Portugal)

1956

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
29/02/1956, Dundee, Dens Park, 11.500
SCOTLAND B 2-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
Scotland B: J Mulkerrin, W McCulloch
England B: Tommy Taylor, John Atyeo

SCOB: W Brown, A Kerr, I Rae, J Neilson, D Malloy, A Glen,
M Cullen, H Yorston, J Mulkerrin, E Turnbull, W McCulloch
ENGLAND B:
Reg Matthews                 [Coventry City]            [1/0]
Tommy Cummings               [Burnley]                  [1/0]
Jim Langley                  [Brighton & Hove Albion]   [3/0]
John Wheeler                 [Bolton Wanderers]         [4/0]
Joseph Kennedy               [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
Les Shannon                  [Burnley]                  [3/1]
Alan Finney                  [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Peter Broadbent              [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Tommy Taylor                 [Manchester United]        [1/1]
John Atyeo                   [Bristol City]             [3/2]
William Perry                [Blackpool]                [2/2]
Referee: Read (Ireland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/03/1956, Southampton, The Dell, 18.919
ENGLAND B 4-1 SWITZERLAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England B: Tommy Taylor 3, Arthur Rowley
Switzerland B: R Hamel

ENGLAND B:
Reg Matthews                 [Coventry City]            [2/0]
Tommy Cummings               [Burnley]                  [2/0]
Jack Mansell                 [Portsmouth]               [2/0]
Robert Morton                [Luton Town]               [1/0]
Roy Gratrix                  [Blackpool]                [1/0]
Duncan Edwards               [Manchester United]        [4/0]
Bryan Douglas                [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
Ernie Taylor                 [Blackpool]                [1/0]
Tommy Taylor                 [Manchester United]        [2/4]
Arthur Rowley                [Leicester City]           [1/1]
David Pegg                   [Manchester United]        [1/0]
SUIB: W Schley, M Perruchoud, M Fleuckiger, S Thuler, H Weber, 
D Muller, F Chiesa, R Hamel, H Reutlinger, A Pastega, K Scheller
Referee: Asmusson (West Germany)

1957

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
06/02/1957, Birmingham, St Andrews, 39.376
ENGLAND B 4-1 SCOTLAND B [HT 3-0]
Scorers:
England B: Brian Pilkington 1', Brian Clough 11', Peter Thompson 
22', Harry Hooper 73'pen
Scotland B: J Gardiner 71'

ENGLAND B:
Frederick Else               [Preston North End]        [1/0]
Don Howe                     [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Peter Sillett                [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Stanley Anderson             [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Trevor Smith                 [Birmingham City]          [2/0]
Anthony Marchi [c]           [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Harry Hooper                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [6/2]
Peter Thompson               [Preston North End]        [1/1]
Brian Clough                 [Middlesbrough]            [1/1]
Alfred Stokes                [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Brian Pilkington             [Burnley]                  [2/1]
SCOB: R Simpson, R Kirk, D Winton, C Aitken, D Malloy, J Cumming,
A Scott, B Kelly, J Gardiner, J Wardhaugh, J McCann
Referee: Kingston (Wales)

1978

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/02/1978, Augsburg, 8.000
WEST GERMANY B 1-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
West Germany B: R Worm 54'
England B: Terry McDermott 51', David Fairclough 57'

FRGB: D Burdenski, M Lameck, W Bierofka, Karl-Heinz Forster, G Zewe, 
E Hadewicz, H Bongarts, R Seliger, Hans Muller (E Lienen), E Beer (R 
Worm), W Seel
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [1/0]
John Gidman                  [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Alan Kennedy                 [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Phil Thompson                [Liverpool]                [1/0]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
Denis Mortimer               [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Terry McDermott              [Liverpool]                [1/1]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
David Fairclough             [Liverpool]                [1/1]
Mike Flanagan                [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
>70' Alan Sunderland         [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Gordon Hill                  [Manchester United]        [1/0]
>70' Gary Owen               [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Referee: Eriksson (Sweden)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
30/05/1978, Kuala Lumpur, Merdeka Stadium, 45.000
MALAYSIA 1-1 ENGLAND B [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
Malaysia: Mokhtar Dhari
England B: Alan Kennedy

MAL: Rashid Hassan, Jamai Nasir, Yahya Jusch, Soh Chin Aun, Santokh 
Singh, Shukor Sallem, Abdah Alif, Yip Chee Keong, Nasir Ibrahim, Mokhtar 
Dahari, Abdullah Ali [Subs Used: Yaahhub, Abdullah]
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
Alan Kennedy                 [Newcastle United]         [2/1]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
Steve Sims                   [Leicester City]           [1/0]
> Glenn Roeder               [Orient]                   [1/0]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [2/0]
John Hollins                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
> Gary Owen                  [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Steve Daley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [2/0]
John Richards                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
> David Geddis               [Luton Town]               [1/0]
Gordon Hill                  [Derby County]             [2/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
07/06/1978, Christchurch, 4,000
NEW ZEALAND 0-4 ENGLAND B [HT 0-2]
Scorers: Brian Talbot, David Needham, John Hollins, Gordon Hill

NZL: Sandy Davie, Ian Park, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Ronald Armstrong, 
Glenn Dods (Duncan Cole), Brian Turner, Steven Sumner, David Taylor 
(Stamp), E Thomas, Keith Nelson
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [2/0]
Alan Kennedy                 [Newcastle United]         [3/1]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [2/1]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [3/1]
Glenn Roeder                 [Orient]                   [2/0]
John Hollins                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [2/1]
Steve Daley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
John Richards                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
> Mickey Speight             [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
Gary Owen                    [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Gordon Hill                  [Derby County]             [3/1]
> Paul Mariner               [Ipswich Town]             [3/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
Note: New Zealand A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
11/06/1978, Wellington, 5.000
NEW ZEALAND 1-3 ENGLAND B [HT 1-2]
Scorers: Viv Anderson, David Needham, Gordon Hill

NZL: Jeram (Sandy Davie), Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley, Robert Almond, 
Ian Park, Brian Turner (David Taylor), Duncan Cole, Steven Sumner, 
Adrian Elrick, Keith Nelson, E Thomas (Stamp)
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [4/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [3/1]
Alan Kennedy                 [Newcastle United]         [4/1]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [3/1]
> Mickey Speight             [Sheffield United]         [2/0]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [4/2]
Glenn Roeder                 [Orient]                   [3/0]
John Hollins                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [3/1]
Steve Daley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
> Tommy Langley              [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [4/0]
Gary Owen                    [Manchester City]          [4/0]
Gordon Hill                  [Derby County]             [4/2]
> Melvyn Eves                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
Note: New Zealand A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/06/1978, Auckland, 10.000
NEW ZEALAND 0-4 ENGLAND B [HT 0-2]
Scorers: Brian Talbot 2, Mickey Speight, Paul Mariner

NZL: Sandy Davie, Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley, Robert Almond, Ian Park, 
Brian Turner, Steven Sumner, Ronald Armstrong, I Ormond (Stamp), Kevin 
Weymouth, Keith Nelson (Adrian Elrick)
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [5/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [4/1]
Alan Kennedy                 [Liverpool]                [5/1]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [4/3]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [5/2]
Glenn Roeder                 [Orient]                   [4/0]
John Hollins                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [4/1]
> Tommy Langley              [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Mickey Speight               [Sheffield United]         [3/1]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [5/1]
Gary Owen                    [Manchester City]          [5/0]
> Steve Daley                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [4/0]
Gordon Hill                  [Derby County]             [5/2]
> Melvyn Eves                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
Note: New Zealand A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/06/1978, Singapore City, National Stadium, 40.000
SINGAPORE 0-8 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers: Viv Anderson, Alan Kennedy, Steve Daley, Paul Mariner, Tommy Langley, 
Gordon Hill 2, Melvyn Eves

SIN: Brian Rozario, Robert Sim, Samad Alpitchay, Simon Fernandez, 
Rajagopal S, Khanisen V, Kumar M, Hashim Hosni, Shamugaretnam E, Mohd 
Noh, Ronnie Liew
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [6/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [5/2]
Alan Kennedy                 [Newcastle United]         [6/2]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [5/3]
> Gary Owen                  [Manchester City]          [6/0]
David Needham                [Nottingham Forest]        [6/2]
Glenn Roeder                 [Orient]                   [5/0]
John Hollins                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [5/1]
> Mickey Speight             [Sheffield United]         [4/1]
Steve Daley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [5/1]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [6/2]
John Richards                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
> Tommy Langley              [Chelsea]                  [3/1]
Gordon Hill                  [Derby County]             [6/4]
> Melvyn Eves                [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/1]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
Note: Singapore A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
28/11/1978, Prague, 5.000
CZECHOSLOVAKIA B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Steve Daley 56'

TCHB: Frantisek Caloun, Josef Mazura, Rostislav Vaclavicek, Ludek 
Macela, Zdenek Koubek, Petr Nemec, Igor Novak, Oldoich Rott, Werner 
Licka, Briza, Antonin Dvorak
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [7/0]
John Gidman                  [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Kenny Sansom                 [Crystal Palace]           [1/0]
Brian Talbot                 [Ipswich Town]             [6/3]
Brian Greenhoff              [Manchester United]        [1/0]
> Bob Hazell                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Mick Lyons                   [Everton]                  [1/0]
Laurie Cunningham            [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Steve Daley                  [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [6/2]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Denis Mortimer               [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
> Gary Owen                  [Manchester City]          [7/0]
Mike Flanagan                [Charlton Athletic]        [2/0]
> Cyrille Regis              [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]

1979

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
12/06/1979, Klagenfurt, 3.500
AUSTRIA B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorer:
England B: Bryan Robson 5'

AUTB: Saria, R Gisinger, Auer, Bauer, Ulmer, J Dihanich, Drabits (A 
Pichler 46'), Ritter (Pigel 46'), G Steinkogler, K Brauneder, M Zuenelli
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [8/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [6/2]
Kenny Sansom                 [Crystal Palace]           [2/0]
Steve Williams               [Southampton]              [1/0]
Billy Wright                 [Everton]                  [1/0]
Terry Butcher                [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
Glen Hoddle                  [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Bryan Robson                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/1]
Kevin Reeves                 [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Tony Woodcock                [1FC Cologne]              [1/0]
Graham Rix                   [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Referee: Nikecic (Yugoslavia)
Match abandoned after 60 minutes - Floodlight failure, half time was extended
to 30 minutes.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
15/10/1979, London, Brisbane Road (Leyton Orient), 9.634
ENGLAND B 4-1 NEW ZEALAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England B: Bobby Almond 45'OG, Mike Flanagan 47', Vince Hilare 62', 
Glenn Hoddle 65'
New Zealand: Keith Nelson 67'

ENGLAND B:
Phil Parkes                  [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Kevin Bond                   [Norwich City]             [1/0]
David Peach                  [Southampton]              [1/0]
Brian Talbot                 [Arsenal]                  [7/3]
>80' Justin Fashanu          [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
Malcolm Waldron              [Southampton]              [1/0]
Glenn Roeder                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [6/0]
Vince Hilare                 [Crystal Palace]           [1/1]
Glenn Hoddle                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/1]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
>80' Richard Money           [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Mike Flanagan                [Crystal Palace]           [3/1]
Graham Rix                   [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
NZL: Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley, Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, 
Brian Turner (Chris Turner 79'), Adrian Elrick, Steven Sumner, Clive 
Campbell (Duncan Cole 67'), Keith Nelson, John Verweij, Glen Adam (S 
Rufer 84')
Referee: Guerds (Netherlands)
Note: New Zealand A Team.

1980

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
26/03/1980, Sunderland, Roker Park, 14.807
ENGLAND B 1-0 SPAIN B [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Russell Osman 81'

ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [9/0]
Viv Anderson                 [Nottingham Forest]        [7/2]
Alan Kennedy                 [Liverpool]                [7/2]
Alan Devonshire              [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Russell Osman                [Ipswich Town]             [1/1]
Shaun Elliott                [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Bryan Robson                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/1]
Paul Mariner                 [Ipswich Town]             [7/2]
Garry Birtles                [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
David Armstrong              [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
ESPB: Agustin Rodríguez, Aracil, Quique, David, de Andres, Garcia Cortes, 
Marcos (Rincon), Joaquín, Montero, Victor Munoz, J Rubio
Referee: Johansson (Sweden)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/10/1980, Manchester, Old Trafford, 7.176
ENGLAND B 1-0 USA [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Derek Statham 53'

ENGLAND B:
Gary Bailey                  [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Brendan Batson               [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Derek Statham                [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/1]
Brian Talbot                 [Arsenal]                  [8/3]
Russell Osman                [Ipswich Town]             [2/1]
Shaun Elliott                [Sunderland]               [2/0]
Peter Barnes                 [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Steve Williams               [Southampton]              [2/0]
Cyrille Regis                [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
> Kevin Reeves               [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [5/0]
David Armstrong              [Middlesbrough]            [2/0]
USA: Arnie Mausser, Tony Crudo (Colin Fowles), Ty Keough, Steve
Pecher, Gregg Makowski, Angelo DiBernardo, Ringo Cantillo (Perry van 
der Beck), Boris Bandov (Larry Hulcer), Louis Nanchoff, Rick Davis, 
Mark Liveric (Steve Moyers)
Referee: Richardson (England)
Note: USA A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
17/11/1980, Birmingham, St Andrew's Stadium, 3.292
ENGLAND B 1-0 AUSTRALIA [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Alan Sunderland 51'

ENGLAND B:
Gary Bailey                  [Manchester United]        [2/0]
Brendan Batson               [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
>60' Kevin Bond              [Manchester City]          [2/0]
John Bailey                  [Everton]                  [1/0]
Steve Williams               [Southampton]              [3/0]
Joe Gallagher                [Birmingham City]          [1/0]
Billy Wright                 [Everton]                  [2/0]
Dennis Mortimer              [Aston Villa]              [3/0]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [6/1]
Cyrille Regis                [West Bromwich Albion]     [3/0]
>69' Tony Morley             [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Gordon Cowans                [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Peter Ward                   [Nottingham Forest]        [2/0]
[COACH: Bobby Robson]
AUS: Allan Maher, Steve Perry (Theo Selemidis 60'), Jim Tansey, 
Murray Barnes, Ivo Prskalo, Tony Henderson, Peter Sharne, Ken Boden 
(Mark Jankovics 52'), Gary Cole (Arno Bertogna 77'), Alan Davidson 
(Steven Hogg 21'), Eddie Krncevic
Referee: Reeves (England)
Note: Australia A Team.

1981

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
25/03/1981, Granada, Los Palmenos Stadium, 18.000
SPAIN B 3-2 ENGLAND B [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
Spain B: Alonso 21', Rubio 38'pen, Santillana 50'
England B: Derek Statham 65', Alvin Martin 77'

ESPB: Urruti, Gerardo, Jiminez, Alvarez, Cundi, Diego (Hernandez), A Alonso, 
Suara, Moran (Alberto), Santillana, J Rubio (Esteban)
ENGLAND B:
Joe Corrigan                 [Manchester City]          [10/0]
Brendan Batson               [West Bromwich Albion]     [3/0]
Derek Statham                [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/1]
Steve Williams               [Southampton]              [4/0]
Alvin Martin                 [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Shaun Elliott                [Sunderland]               [3/0]
Steve MacKenzie              [Manchester City]          [1/0]
>69' Paul Power              [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Kevin Reeves                 [Manchester City]          [3/0]
Tony Morley                  [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Alan Sunderland              [Arsenal]                  [7/1]
Graham Rix                   [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Referee: Ettekoven (Netherlands)

1984

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
13/11/1984, Nottingham, City Ground, 3.854
ENGLAND B 2-0 NEW ZEALAND [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England B: Steve Hodge 20', Gary Mabbutt 89'

ENGLAND B:
Chris Woods                  [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Gary Stevens                 [Everton]                  [1/0]
Steve McCall                 [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
>46' Colin Gibson            [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Graham Roberts               [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Alvin Martin                 [West Ham United]          [2/1]
Derek Mountfield             [Everton]                  [1/0]
>46' Nigel Callaghan         [Watford]                  [1/0]
Gary Mabbutt                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/1]
Steve McMahon                [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Luther Blissett              [Watford]                  [1/0]
>85' Paul Goddard            [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Peter Davenport              [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
>75' Gary Lineker            [Leicester City]           [1/0]
Steve Hodge                  [Nottingham Forest]        [1/1]
[COACH: Howard Wilkinson]
NZL: Richard Wilson, Malcolm Dunford, Richard Herbert, John Leijh 
(Keith Garland), Allan Boath, Grant Turner, Steven Sumner, Peter 
Simonsen (Sean Byrne), Keith Mackay, Colin Walker, Kevin Birch (Raymond 
Harris)
Referee: Richardson (England)
Note: New Zealand A Team.

1987

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/10/1987, Ta'Qali, National Stadium, 5.000
MALTA 0-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
England B: Mel Sterland, Mick Harford

MLT: David Cluett, Edwin Camilleri, John Micallef (Joe Brincat), 
Kristian Laferia (Joseph Camilleri), Martin Scicluna, John Buttigieg, 
Carmel Busuttil, Raymond Vella, Dennis Mizzi, Martin Gregory, Michael
Degeorgio (Charles Scerri)
ENGLAND B:
David Seaman                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
Mel Sterland                 [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
Mitchell Thomas              [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Steve McMahon                [Liverpool]                [1/0]
>67' Ian Crook               [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Steve Bruce [c]              [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Chris Fairclough             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
>67' Paul Parker             [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
Craig Johnston               [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Adrian Heath                 [Everton]                  [1/0]
Mick Harford                 [Luton Town]               [1/1]
Ian Snodin                   [Everton]                  [1/0]
Kevin Brock                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
Note: Malta A Team.

1989

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
16/05/1989, Winterthur, 950
SWITZERLAND B 0-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
England B: Paul Gascoigne, P Schepull OG

SUIB: Lehmann, F Rey, U Fischer, P Schepull, O rey (Marc Hottiger 72'), 
Burri, Hausemann (A Baumann 8'), Baumgartner (Sutter 72'), H Baumann, M 
Lorenz, Nadig
ENGLAND B:
Dave Beasant                 [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
>80' Stuart Naylor           [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/1]
Tony Mowbray                 [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
Gary Pallister               [Middlesbrough]            [1/0]
>80' Alan McLeary            [Millwall]                 [1/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
Paul Gascoigne               [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/1]
Terry Hurlock                [Millwall]                 [1/0]
David Platt                  [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
David Preece                 [Luton Town]               [1/0]
Andy Mutch                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
>20' Paul Stewart            [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Steve Bull                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [1/0]
Referee: Wiesel (West Germany)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
19/05/1989, Reykjavik, Laugardalsvollur, 775
ICELAND 0-2 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
England B: Terry Hurlock, Steve Bull

ICE: Bjarni Sigurđsson (Guđmundur Hreiđarsson 46'), Atli Eđvaldsson,
Guđni Bergsson, Ágúst Már Jónsson, Ólafur Ţórđarson, Gunnar Gíslason, 
Ómar Torfason (Sćvar Jónsson 49'), Pétur Arnţórsson (Viđar Ţorkelsson 38'), 
Halldór Áskelsson (Ţorvaldur Örlygsson 83'), Guđmundur Torfason, Ragnar 
Margeirsson
ENGLAND B:
Stuart Naylor                [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
> Dave Beasant               [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Paul Parker                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [2/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/1]
Gary Pallister               [Middlesbrough]            [2/0]
> Tony Mowbray               [Middlesbrough]            [2/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Paul Gascoigne               [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/1]
> Trevor Ford                [West Bromwich Albion]     [1/0]
Terry Hurlock                [Millwall]                 [2/1]
David Platt                  [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
David Preece                 [Luton Town]               [2/0]
Steve Bull                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/1]
Paul Stewart                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [2/0]
> Andy Mutch                 [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [2/0]
[COACH: Dave Sexton]
Referee: Nielsen (Denmark)
Note: Iceland A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
22/05/1989, Stavanger, 1.500
NORWAY B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorers:
England B: Steve Bull pen

NORB: O By Rise (TA Olsen 46'), H Hansen, R Tangen, B Bjerkeland (JH 
Halvorsen 78'), SI Bjornebye, JO Pederson, K Ingebrigtsen, A Torvanger 
(O Klepp 46'), E Fjetland, S Amundsen (E Pedersen 71'), SG Haberg
ENGLAND B:
Stuart Naylor                [West Bromwich Albion]     [3/0]
>76' Dave Beasant            [Chelsea]                  [3/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [4/1]
Tony Mowbray                 [Middlesbrough]            [3/0]
>76' Gary Pallister          [Middlesbrough]            [3/0]
Alan McLeary                 [Millwall]                 [2/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Chelsea]                  [3/0]
Trevor Ford                  [West Bromwich Albion]     [2/0]
Terry Hurlock                [Millwall]                 [3/1]
>76' David Platt             [Aston Villa]              [3/0]
Steve MacKenzie              [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
David Preece                 [Luton Town]               [3/0]
Andy Mutch                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/0]
Paul Stewart                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/0]
>46' Steve Bull              [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [3/2]
Referee: Horsted (Denmark)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
14/11/1989, Brighton, Goldstone Ground, 16.125
ENGLAND B 1-1 ITALY B [HT 1-1]
Scorer:
England B: Tony Adams
Italy B: Giovanni Stroppa

ENGLAND B:
Nigel Martyn                 [Bristol Rovers]           [1/0]
>88' Dave Beasant            [Chelsea]                  [4/0]
Paul Parker                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [3/0]
>46' Lee Dixon               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Chelsea]                  [4/0]
Michael Thomas               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Tony Adams [c]               [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
Gary Pallister               [Manchester United]        [4/0]
>46' Andy Linighan           [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Dennis Wise                  [Wimbledon]                [1/0]
>46' Peter Beagrie           [Everton]                  [1/0]
Paul Gascoigne               [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [3/1]
Steve Bull                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [4/2]
David Batty                  [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Mike Newell                  [Everton]                  [1/0]
>77' Paul Williams           [Charlton Athletic]        [1/0]
ITAB: Gianluca Pagliuca, S Rossini, Marco Lanna, S Salvatori (L Garzva 74'), M 
Baroni, L Pellegrini, Diego Fuser, Amedeo Carboni (Paolo di Canio 46'), Ruggiero 
Rizzitelli, Giovanni Stroppa, Salvatore Schillaci (Marco Simone 46')
Referee: Gunn (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
12/12/1989, London, The Den (Millwall), 8.231
ENGLAND B 2-1 YUGOSLAVIA B [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England B: Dennis Wise, Mike Newell
Yugoslavia B: M Mladenovic

ENGLAND B:
Chris Woods                  [Rangers-SCO]              [2/0]
>46' Nigel Martyn            [Crystal Palace]           [2/0]
Lee Dixon                    [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
>46' Mel Sterland            [Leeds United]             [2/1]
Michael Forsyth              [Derby County]             [1/0]
David Batty                  [Leeds United]             [2/0]
Andy Linighan                [Norwich City]             [2/0]
>46' Gary Pallister          [Manchester United]        [5/0]
Tony Adams [c]               [Arsenal]                  [2/1]
Dennis Wise                  [Wimbledon]                [2/1]
Paul Gascoigne               [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [4/1]
Ian Wright                   [Crystal Palace]           [1/0]
>46' Mike Newell             [Everton]                  [2/1]
Paul Williams                [Charlton Athletic]        [2/0]
Peter Beagrie                [Everton]                  [2/0]
>67' Garry Parker            [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
YUGB: Fahrudin Omerovic (Dragoje Lekovic), Branko Brnovic (Andrej Panadic), 
Slobodan Marovic (Robert Prosinecki), Goran Bogdanovic, Gordan Petric, 
M Bozovic, Sinisa Mihajlovic, M Mladenovic, Darko Pancev, Zvonimir Boban, 
Davor Suker
Referee: Spillane (Ireland)

1990

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
27/03/1990, Cork, Turners Cross, 10.000
IRELAND B 4-1 ENGLAND B [HT 2-1]
Scorer:
Ireland B: Alan McLoughlin, David Kelly pen, Niall Quinn 2
England B: Dalian Atkinson

IREB: Gary Kelly, Dennis Irwin (Terry Phelan 59'), Jim Beglin, Derek 
Brazil, Pat Scully, Alan McLoughlin (Kenneth de Mange 89'), Brian Mooney, 
Mike Milligan (Gary Waddock 59'), Niall Quinn, David Kelly (Owen Coyle 72'), 
Mark Kelly
ENGLAND B:
Dave Beasant                 [Chelsea]                  [5/0]
>46' David Seaman            [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
Lee Dixon                    [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
>46' Ian Snodin              [Everton]                  [2/0]
Nigel Winterburn             [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Carlton Palmer               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Andy Linighan                [Norwich City]             [3/0]
Tony Adams [c]               [Arsenal]                  [3/1]
Matthew Le Tissier           [Southampton]              [1/0]
>46' Tony Daley              [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
David Batty                  [Leeds United]             [3/0]
Paul Williams                [Charlton Athletic]        [3/0]
>46' Nigel Clough            [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
Dalian Atkinson              [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/1]
Andy Sinton                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
>46' Paul Lake               [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Referee: Cooper (Wales)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
24/04/1990, Sunderland, Roker Park, 15.080
ENGLAND B 2-0 CZECHOSLOVAKIA B [HT 2-0]
Scorer:
England B: Alan Smith 2

ENGLAND B:
David Seaman                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [2/0]
>46' Dave Beasant            [Chelsea]                  [6/0]
Brian Borrows                [Coventry City]            [1/0]
Nigel Winterburn             [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
>82' David Burrows           [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Neil Webb                    [Manchester United]        [1/0]
>71' Michael Thomas          [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Tony Adams [c]               [Arsenal]                  [4/1]
Gary Pallister               [Manchester United]        [6/0]
>71' Andy Linighan           [Norwich City]             [4/0]
Dennis Wise                  [Wimbledon]                [3/1]
Gordon Cowans                [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Alan Smith                   [Arsenal]                  [1/2]
Marco Gabbiadini             [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Rod Wallace                  [Southampton]              [1/0]
>75' Matthew Le Tissier      [Southampton]              [2/0]
TCHB: Jan Stejskal, Martin Simunek (Peter Fieber 23'), Vaclav Nemecek 
(Radomir Chylek 46'), Ivo Stas, Michal Hipp, Viliam Hyravy, Martin 
Frydek, Ivan Cabala, Jiri Nemec, Lubomir Luhovy (Peter Semy 46'), Radek Baska
Referee: Waddell (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
11/12/1990, Algiers, Stade du 7th Juillet, 1.00
ALGERIA 0-0 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]

ALG: Antar Osmani, Bounaas, Kamel Adjas, Fodil Megharia, Omar Belatoui, 
Tarek Lazizi, Sanjak, Betadt, Haraouni (Abdel Tasfaout 79'), Chérif Oudjani 
(Khaled Lounici 62'), Mohamed Rahim
ENGLAND B:
Nigel Martyn                 [Crystal Palace]           [3/0]
>46' John Lukic              [Leeds United]             [1/0]
Mel Sterland                 [Leeds United]             [3/1]
>46' Michael Thomas          [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
David Burrows                [Liverpool]                [2/0]
Neil Webb                    [Manchester United]        [2/0]
Gary Mabbutt                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [5/1]
Gary Pallister               [Manchester United]        [7/0]
>46' Gary Ablett             [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Bryan Robson [c]             [Manchester United]        [3/1]
Nigel Clough                 [Nottingham Forest]        [2/0]
Alan Smith                   [Arsenal]                  [2/2]
> 83'Danny Wallace           [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Ian Wright                   [Crystal Palace]           [2/0]
Geoff Thomas                 [Crystal Palace]           [1/0]
Referee: Jouini (Tunisia)
Note: Algeria A Team. Neil Webb was sent off.

1991

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
05/02/1991, Swansea, Vetch Field, 4.618
WALES B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorer:
England B: Paul Davis

WALB: Tony Norman, Nathan Blake, Mark Pembridge, Gavin Maguire, Jason Perry, 
Andy Melville, Jason Rees, Darren Morgan (Lee Nogan 66'), Sean McCarthy, 
Martin Allen, Glynn Hodges
ENGLAND B:
Nigel Spink                  [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
>71' Dave Beasant            [Chelsea]                  [7/0]
Brian Laws                   [Nottingham Forest]        [1/0]
David Burrows                [Liverpool]                [3/0]
Michael Thomas               [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [6/1]
Earl Barrett                 [Oldham Athletic]          [1/0]
Dale Gordon                  [Norwich City]             [1/0]
Peter Beardsley              [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Steve Bull                   [Wolverhampton Wanderers]  [5/2]
Paul Davis                   [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
>62' Geoff Thomas            [Crystal Palace]           [2/0]
Mark Walters                 [Rangers-SCO]              [1/0]
Referee: Mottram (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
27/04/1991, Watford, Vicarage Road, 3.814
ENGLAND B 1-0 ICELAND [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Nigel Clough

ENGLAND B:
Nigel Spink                  [Aston Villa]              [2/0]
Roger Joseph                 [Wimbledon]                [1/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Chelsea]                  [5/0]
David Batty                  [Leeds United]             [4/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [7/1]
Gary Pallister               [Manchester United]        [8/0]
>46' Keith Curle             [Wimbledon]                [1/0]
David White                  [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Nigel Clough                 [Nottingham Forest]        [3/1]
Lee Chapman                  [Leeds United]             [1/0]
>69' Brian Deane             [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
Steve Hodge                  [Nottingham Forest]        [2/1]
Warren Barton                [Wimbledon]                [1/0]
>46' Paul Stewart            [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [4/0]
ICE: Ólafur Gottskálksson, Gunnar Gíslason (Ólafur H. Kristjánsson 84'), 
Atli Eđvaldsson [c], Guđni Bergsson, Sćvar Jónsson, Ţorvaldur Örlygsson, 
Ólafur Ţórđarson, Rúnar Kristinsson (Grétar Einarsson 77'),
Sigurđur Grétarsson, Arnór Guđjohnsen, Anthony Karl Gregory 
(Hlynur Stefánsson 69')
Referee: Burge (Wales)
Note: Iceland A Team.

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
20/05/1991, Walsall, Bescott Stadium, 10.628
ENGLAND B 2-1 SWITZERLAND B [HT 1-1]
Scorers:
England B: David Hirst 2
Switzerland B: F Chassot

ENGLAND B:
Nigel Martyn                 [Crystal Palace]           [4/0]
Roger Joseph                 [Wimbledon]                [2/0]
>89' Keith Curle             [Wimbledon]                [2/0]
Phil King                    [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
Ian Bishop                   [West Ham United]          [1/0]
>72' John Ebbrell            [Everton]                  [1/0]
Paul Elliott                 [Celtic-SCO]               [1/0]
Earl Barrett                 [Oldham Athletic]          [2/0]
Dale Gordon                  [Norwich City]             [2/0]
>68' Stuart Slater           [West Ham United]          [1/0]
David Hirst                  [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/2]
Brian Deane                  [Sheffield United]         [2/0]
Carlton Palmer               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
Graeme Le Saux               [Chelsea]                  [1/0]
SUIB: P Walker (J Corminboeuf 46'), H Gamperle, M Heldmann, Gambino 
(B Studer 46'), U Fischer, P Sylvestre, C Sforza, Penzavalli 
(Isabella 85'), P Douglas, Nadig (D Gigon 72'), F Chassot (J Studer 46')
Referee: McCluskey (Scotland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/12/1991, Castellón, 4.000
SPAIN OLYMPIC 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorer:
England B: Paul Merson 43'

ESPOL: Canizares (Rafa 76'), Larrainzar II (Mariano 46'), Angel Luis, Solozabal, 
Aberlado, Larrazabal, Eskurza (Soler 51'), Guardiola (Garcia 46'), Alfonso, 
Merino, Luis Enrique (Quico 46')
ENGLAND B:
David Seaman                 [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Earl Barrett                 [Oldham Athletic]          [3/0]
Nigel Winterburn             [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
Neil Webb                    [Manchester United]        [3/0]
Martin Keown                 [Everton]                  [1/0]
Keith Curle                  [Manchester City]          [3/0]
David Rocastle               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
Kevin Campbell               [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
>76' Stuart Slater           [West Ham United]          [2/0]
David Hirst                  [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/2]
Carlton Palmer               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Paul Merson                  [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
>81' Brian Deane             [Sheffield United]         [3/0]
Referee: Roca (Spain)

1992

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
18/02/1992, London, Loftus Road (QPR), 4.827
ENGLAND B 3-0 FRANCE B [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
England B: Paul Merson 17', F Dumas OG 33', Paul Stewart 70'

ENGLAND B:
David Seaman                 [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
>46' Tony Coton              [Manchester City]          [1/0]
Keith Curle                  [Manchester City]          [4/0]
Tony Dorigo                  [Leeds United]             [6/0]
Paul Stewart                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [5/1]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [8/1]
Gary Pallister               [Manchester United]        [9/0]
Paul Ince                    [Manchester United]        [1/0]
>72' Matthew Le Tissier      [Southampton]              [3/0]
Paul Merson                  [Arsenal]                  [2/2]
Ian Wright                   [Arsenal]                  [3/0]
>46' David White             [Manchester City]          [2/0]
Carlton Palmer               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [4/0]
Andy Sinton                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [2/0]
FRAB: P Olmeta (B Lama 46'), JL Sassus, P Reynaud, W Prunier, F Dumas, 
F Silvestre (P Laigle 46'), C Cocard (C Partina 65'), P Dutuel (Y Djorkaeff 80'), 
F Calderaro, R Garde, David Ginola
Referee: Pedersen (Norway)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
24/03/1992, Ceské Budejovice, 6.000
CZECHOSLOVAKIA B 0-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-0]
Scorer:
England B: Alan Smith 74'

TCHB: Molnar (Pribyl 46'), Stupala, J Suchoparek (Vadura 46'), P Vrabec (Paktor 46'),
J Silhavy, L Mistr (Tejmi 70'), J Castko, J Marosi, M Kerbr (Cerny 46'), L Lancz, 
J Timko (Chvila 46')
ENGLAND B:
Nigel Martyn                 [Crystal Palace]           [5/0]
Earl Barrett                 [Aston Villa]              [4/0]
Julian Dicks                 [West Ham United]          [1/0]
David Batty                  [Leeds United]             [5/0]
Richard Jobson               [Oldham Athletic]          [1/0]
Carlton Palmer               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [5/0]
Andy Sinton                  [Queen's Park Rangers]     [3/0]
Michael Thomas               [Liverpool]                [5/0]
Alan Smith                   [Arsenal]                  [3/3]
>83' Tony Dorigo             [Leeds United]             [7/0]
Alan Shearer                 [Southampton]              [1/0]
>46' David Hirst             [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/2]
Matthew Le Tissier           [Southampton]              [4/0]
Referee: Weisser (Austria)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
28/04/1992, Moscow, Torpedo Stadium, 2.300
C.I.S B 1-1 ENGLAND B [HT 0-1]
Scorers:
C.I.S B: Mamedov 63'
England B: Alan Smith 5'

CISB: Plotnikov, Gushchin, Mashkarkin, Minko (Pagaev 46'), Varlamoiv, Mamedov, 
Drozdov (Bavykin 81'), Kostijuk (But 46'), Fayzullin (Troynin 79'), Simutenkov, 
Skachenko (Beschastnykh 46')
ENGLAND B:
David Seaman                 [Arsenal]                  [5/0]
Lee Dixon                    [Arsenal]                  [4/0]
Julian Dicks                 [West Ham United]          [2/0]
Neil Webb                    [Manchester United]        [4/0]
Gary Mabbutt [c]             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [9/1]
Richard Jobson               [Oldham Athletic]          [2/0]
David Rocastle               [Arsenal]                  [2/0]
Peter Beardsley              [Everton]                  [2/0]
>84' Graeme Le Saux          [Chelsea]                  [2/0]
Alan Smith                   [Arsenal]                  [4/4]
Geoff Thomas                 [Crystal Palace]           [3/0]
Lee Sharpe                   [Manchester United]        [1/0]
>46' Matthew Le Tissier      [Southampton]              [5/0]

1994

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
10/05/1994, Sheffield, Hillsborough, 8.258
ENGLAND B 4-2 NORTHERN IRELAND [HT 3-2]
Scorers:
England B: Dean Holdsworth, Paul Merson, Steve Bould, John Scales
Northern Ireland B: Gerry O'Boyle, Jimmy Quinn

ENGLAND B:
Kevin Pressman               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
>72' Nigel Martyn            [Crystal Palace]           [6/0]
Warren Barton                [Wimbledon]                [2/0]
>72' Richard Edghill         [Manchester City]          [1/0]
John Scales                  [Wimbledon]                [1/1]
Steve Bould [c]              [Arsenal]                  [1/1]
John Beresford               [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Raul Fox                     [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
>72' Nicky Summerbee         [Swindon Town]             [1/0]
Robert Lee                   [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
Chris Bart-Williams          [Sheffield Wednesday]      [1/0]
>65' Alan Stubbs             [Bolton Wanderers]         [1/0]
Paul Merson                  [Arsenal]                  [3/3]
Dean Holdsworth              [Wimbledon]                [1/1]
Chris Sutton                 [Norwich City]             [1/0]
>65' Chris Armstrong         [Crystal Palace]           [1/0]
NIRB: Alan Fettis, Steve Lomas, Patrick McGibbon (Barry Hunter 51'), 
Darren Patterson, Kevin Horlock, Robbie Dennison, Neil Lennon (Gerry 
McMahon 62'), Michael O'Neill (William Millar 62'), Kingsley Black, 
Jimmy Quinn (Stephen Robinson 55'), Gerry O'Boyle
Referee: Lodge (England)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
13/12/1994, Liverpool, Anfield, 7.431
ENGLAND B 2-0 IRELAND B [HT 1-0]
Scorers:
England B: Andy Cole, Robbie Fowler

ENGLAND B:
Kevin Pressman               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [2/0]
>77' David James             [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Warren Barton                [Wimbledon]                [3/0]
John Beresford               [Newcastle United]         [2/0]
Tim Sherwood                 [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
John Scales                  [Liverpool]                [2/1]
>66' Ugo Ehiogu              [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Neil Ruddock [c]             [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Sol Campbell                 [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
>66' Jamie Redknapp          [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Chris Sutton                 [Blackburn Rovers]         [2/0]
>77' Nick Barmby             [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Andy Cole                    [Newcastle United]         [1/1]
>77' Robbie Fowler           [Liverpool]                [1/1]
Ruel Fox                     [Newcastle United]         [2/0]
Jason Wilcox                 [Blackburn Rovers]         [1/0]
IREB: Keith Branagan, Keith Cunningham, Liam Daish, Phil Babb, Jeff 
Kenna, Jason McAteer, Andy Townsend, Ronnie Whelan (Mike Milligan 
61'), Alan McLoughlin, David Kelly (Owen Coyle 61'), Tommy Coyne
Referee: Dallas (Scotland)

1998

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
10/02/1998, Birmingham, The Hawthorns (WBA), 13.917
ENGLAND B 1-2 CHILE [HT 0-0]
Scorers: Emile Heskey 90'

ENGLAND B:
Kevin Pressman               [Sheffield Wednesday]      [3/0]
Kieron Dyer                  [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
>56' Steve Guppy             [Leicester City]           [1/0]
Jason Wilcox                 [Blackburn Rovers]         [2/0]
>79' Jaime Carragher         [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Riccardo Scimeca             [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
Dominique Matteo             [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Martin Hall                  [Coventry City]            [1/0]
Darren Huckerby              [Coventry City]            [1/0]
Neil Quashie                 [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
>34' Frank Lampard           [West Ham United]          [1/0]
Emile Heskey                 [Leicester City]           [1/1]
Paul Merson [c]              [Middlesbrough]            [4/3]
Ray Parlour                  [Arsenal]                  [1/0]
>62' P Murray                [Queen's Park Rangers]     [1/0]
[COACH: Peter Taylor]
CHIB: C Tejas, J Gonzalez, R Rojas, L Fuentes, R Munoz, M Mirocevic 
(P Vivar 64'), J Gomez (R Olarra 56'), M Pena (F Cornejo 56'), R Cartes 
(R Valenzuela 71'), M Neira, S Rozental (R Navia 46')
Referee: Mickulski (Poland)

FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL
21/04/1998, London, Loftus Road (QPR), 5.105
ENGLAND B 4-1 RUSSIA B [HT 2-0]
Scorers:
England B: Les Ferdinand 2', Matthew Le Tissier 13', 84', 90'
Russia B: Bouznikine

ENGLAND B:
Ian Walker                   [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
Steve Watson                 [Newcastle United]         [1/0]
>78' John Curtis             [Manchester United]        [1/0]
Carl Serrant                 [Oldham Athletic]          [1/0]
Darren Williams              [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Wayne Quinn                  [Sheffield United]         [1/0]
Jamie Carragher              [Liverpool]                [1/0]
Matthew Le Tissier           [Southampton]              [6/3]
Trevor Sinclair              [West Ham United]          [1/0]
>46' Kieron Dyer             [Ipswich Town]             [2/0]
Les Ferdinand                [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/1]
>78' Kevin Phillips          [Sunderland]               [1/0]
Nick Barmby                  [Everton]                  [2/0]
>78' David Johnson           [Ipswich Town]             [1/0]
Darren Anderton              [Tottenham Hotspurs]       [1/0]
>82' Lee Hendrie             [Aston Villa]              [1/0]
[COACH: Peter Taylor]
RUSB: M Kharine, D Davydov (S Temribukov 46'), A Berketov, V Evaseev, 
A Choukov (S Bourtchenkov 61'), M Ossinov, A Solomatine, K Golovskoi 
(A Krikov 27'), E Titov, M Bouznikine, Solovski
Referee: Douden-Ibanez (Spain)

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