The teams have been confirmed for tonight's Soccer Aid match between England and a World XI – and there are plenty of famous faces on show for both sides.
Soccer Aid, which has been going since 2006 and raised over £38million in aid of UNICEF UK, brings together household names from the world of football and celebrity.
This year is no different, with both teams choc-full of stars.
England, managed by former Three Lions boss Sven-Goran Erikssen, will have David James in goal.
He'll martial a back-four which includes singer James Bay, Premier League legends Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher, plus reality TV personality Mark Wright.
Olly Murs has been given the captain's armband out on the right hand side, with Wayne Rooney and Paul Scholes forming a central midfield two alongside freestyler Harriet Pavlou.
2006 X Factor winner James Arthur and former Man City and Chelsea winger Shaun Wright-Phillips will shoulder the goalscoring burden up front for England.
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Sven has plenty of exciting options to choose from on the bench, including Olympic gold medal winners Max Whitlock and Sir Mo Farah.
Fara Williams, Joel Dommett, Chunks, Joe Cole, Jamie Redknapp, Aitch and Kelly Smith make up the rest of the squad.
Taking them on will be a World XI managed by Harry Redknapp looking for their fifth success in this iconic fixture.
Republic of Ireland legend Shay Given has been given the nod in goal, with singer Yungblud forming the cornerstone of a back-four featuring Dermot Kennedy, Pablo Zabaleta and Tom Grennan.
Soccer Aid veteran Clarence Seedorf is named in a world class midfield three alongside Patrice Evra and Brazilian free-kick maestro Robert Carlos.
Redknapp has opted to go with three up front and will be hoping that rapper-turned-TV personality Big Zuu can do the business in partnership with Julie Fleeting and Usain Bolt.
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Bolt, an eight-time Olympic gold medalist, will wear the number 9.58 on his back in a cheeky nod to his 100m record.
Line of Duty star Martin Compston, comedian Lee Mack and ex-footballers Robbie Keane, Darren Fletcher and Wes Morgan are among the substitutes for the World XI.
England: David James; James Bay, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Mark Wright; Olly Murs, Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Harriet Pavlou; James Arthur, Shaun Wright-Phillips. Subs: Fara Williams, Sir Mo Farah, Joel Dommett, Chunkz, Joe Cole, Jamie Redknapp, Aitch, Kelly Smith, Max Whitlock.
World XI: Shay Given; Yungblud, Dermot Kennedy, Pablo Zabaleta, Tom Grennan; Clarence Seedorf, Patrice Evra, Roberto Carlos; Julie Fleeting, Big Zuu, Usain Bolt. Subs: Nigel De Jong, Ingrid Moe Wold, Kem Cetinay, Chelcee Grimes, Robbie Keane, Darren Fletcher, Wes Morgan, Ore Oduba, Martin Compston, Lee Mack.
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