England captain Wayne Rooney will miss Friday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia at Wembley.
The 29-year-old – England’s record goalscorer – has not trained fully this week after injuring an ankle in Manchester United’s defeat at Arsenal.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill will captain England in Rooney’s absence.
Midfielder Michael Carrick and striker Danny Ings missed training on Thursday but midfielder Jonjo Shelvey completed his first session of the week.
Rooney will remain with the squad for Friday’s game, before which he will receive a commemorative golden boot from Sir Bobby Charlton, whose record he beat when he scored his 50th international goal in the victory over Switzerland last month.
England have already confirmed their status as Group E winners to qualify for next summer’s finals in France.
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