So England boss Roy Hodgson knows his 23-man squad for the World Cup - or does he?
On this week's Sunday Supplement we'll delve beneath the headlines to examine the big football stories doing the rounds and get to the nub of the matter.
In the wake of England's 1-0 friendly victory over Denmark, our panel of Matt Dickinson (The Times), Rob Draper (Mail on Sunday) and Neil Custis (The Sun) will deliver their verdict on the Wembley display and explain where Hodgson is going right and wrong.
We'll take a closer look at Wayne Rooney's England form and discuss what impact Jack Wilshere's injury will have on Hodgson's title chances if the Arsenal midfielder doesn't win his fitness race.
Also on the agenda this week will be:
TAKE YOUR PICK: Has Ashley Cole got the edge over Luke Shaw in the race for a seat on the plane to Brazil, or is the Southampton defender now in front in the selection stakes? And just how good is Adam Lallana? Our panel will share their views on how England's squad is shaping up
BLUES' TO LOSE?: Saturday's London derby will provide a clear indication of the strength of Chelsea's title bid - and Tottenham's pursuit of a Champions League place. But what would defeat mean for Jose Mourinho's men? We'll examine all the fallout and reaction from the Stamford Bridge clash
ADAM ADAMANT: Did Charlie Adam deserve to be banned for three games for stamping on Arsenal's Olivier Giroud, or is the punishment over-harsh? Our panel will look at the latest punishments dished out by the FA - and the clubs' reactions to them
PARDEW PUNISHMENT: On the subject of discipline, we'll look back on a week in which Alan Pardew accepted an FA misconduct charge for head-butting David Meyler during Newcastle's 4-1 win over Hull on Saturday. But should the FA throw the book at him?
SATURDAY ROUND-UP We'll examine the major talking points from Saturday's fixtures, look ahead to Sunday's FA Cup ties and ask if it's mission impossible for Arsenal and Manchester City in next week's Champions League second legs, against Bayern Munich and Barcelona respectively
For all this, plus plenty more, make sure you tune into The Sunday Supplement at 8.30am on Sunday, on Sky Sports 1.