England captain Wayne Rooney (C) with teammates inspect Lillekula Stadium in Tallinn, ahead their Euro 2016 qualification match with EstoniaReuters

England travel to the Lillekula Stadium to take on Estonia in their third fixture of the 2016 Euro qualifying campaign.

The Three Lions head into this game bubbling with confidence, following their 5-0 win over San Marino in the previous tie on Thursday. England completely dominated the minnows, creating 35 chances during that match.

The performance was very pleasing as both strikers Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck looked sharp and posted their names on the scoresheet.

England boss Roy Hodgson praised his side performances against San Marino, insisting all the players he selected did extremely well.

"The players I put on did extremely well, they did not do their chances of selection any harm," said Hodgson, according to The Independent.

"I was very happy for Lallana and Townsend, and the Ox, too. He has been in and out of the Arsenal team with injuries. It was nice that all of them justified their selections."

Speaking on England's upcoming fixture against Estonia, the former Liverpool boss said the Three Lions will make "no excuses" if they fail to record a win at the Lilleküla Stadium on Sunday.

"We will have no excuse. The one thing we can't say is 'I didn't know this or that' because we have information about our opposition coming out of our ears," Hodgson told The Telegraph.

Still, Hodgson insists that England will not take Estonia for granted, despite them being the favourites to win on Sunday.

"Maybe 20 or 30 years ago a game between an England and Estonia or Luxembourg would be an easy game. But we all realise now it will only be an easy game if you play well enough to make it an easy game, and we won't be taking this one lightly," the manager told ESPN.

Meanwhile, Estonia will be hoping to bounce back against England, following their 0-1 loss to Lithuania in midweek.

Estonia started off their 2016 Euro qualifying campaign with an unexpected win over Slovenia but they were not very lucky in their second fixture against Lithuania.

Against England, Estonia are certainly the underdogs but head coach Magnus Pehrsson is certain they can get a positive result if they play their cards right.

"They are really good in positive transitions. In general, England will most probably will have more of possession so we need to stop them from creating chances, really," Pehrsson stated at a press conference.

"There could be different ways of doing that, but even if we have to take them higher or lower we have to be a really compact unit and we have to play a perfect performance. Then, of course, there is a chance."

Expected Lineups

England: Hart; Chambers, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines; Wilshere; Henderson, Delph, Sterling; Welbeck, Rooney

Estonia: Pareiko; Kallaste, Klavan, Barengrub, Jaager; K Mets; I Antonov, Vunk, Lindpere, Zenjov; Anier

Where to Watch Live

The game is set for a 5:00pm BST (9:30pm IST, 12:00am ET) start with live coverage on Sony Six HD in India. Audience in the UK can catch the Group E qualifying match live on ITV 1, with an option to live stream on ITV Player

Catch the action in the US on TV on ESPN Deportes, while the game can also be live streamed online on Watch ESPN.

Viewers in the Middle East and North Africa can watch the match via Live Streaming online courtesy Bein Sports Connect, while South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa viewers can do the same via SuperSport online.