Four United players will return to Wembley this week when England face Brazil in a friendly before travelling to Estonia in a crucial qualifier for Euro 2008.
Wes Brown, Michael Carrick, Rio Ferdinand and England B goalscorer Alan Smith are all in the senior squad named by Steve McClaren but Wayne Rooney misses out through suspension. There are also two former Reds in the 26-man party - Phil Neville and David Beckham, whose first call-up since the 2006 World Cup grabbed all the headlines.
Ferdinand is the only regular England starter among the current United quartet but Brown may join him in defence in the absence of Gary Neville. Carrick will compete, as usual, with Chelsea's Frank Lampard and Liverpool's Steven Gerrard for a central midfield berth. Meanwhile Smith's goal against Albania could boost his chances of being selected ahead of Peter Crouch or Michael Owen up front.
All four United players involved will hope for a better result than they achieved at their first visit to the new Wembley, in the FA Cup final; 0-1 was also the scoreline when England last played at the old stadium, against Germany, in October 2000.
England squad vs Brazil (Wembley, 1 June), Estonia (Tallinn, 6 June)
Robinson (Spurs), Carson (Liverpool), Green (West Ham); Neville (Everton), Ferdinand, Brown (Man Utd), Terry, Bridge Chelsea), Carragher (Liverpool), Dawson, King (Spurs), Shorey (Reading); Beckham (Real Madrid), Gerrard (Liverpool), Jenas, Lennon (Spurs), Lampard, J Cole (Chelsea), Bentley (Blackburn), Carrick (Man Utd), Downing (Middlesbro), Dyer (Newcastle); Crouch (Liverpool), Owen (Newcastle), Smith (Man Utd), Defoe (Spurs).