Montenegro can stake a claim for the first place in the group if they beat England at home, whereas the Three Lions only need one point to ensure automatic qualification.
The Eastern European minnows have really impressed at the start of the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign, recording narrow wins over Wales, Bulgaria and Switzerland.
The team proved their credentials by bringing one point from Wembley, but they have suffered a big dip in form since.
After failing to beat Bulgaria at home, Montenegro succumbed to 2:1 defeat in Wales, meaning they could now lose out to a place in the play-offs.
Branko Brnovic’s side can still win the first place in the group, if they beat England and Switzerland and the Falcons are no less than 21.00 (20/1) with William Hill to finish top of Group G.
However, since Montenegro are likely to need one point from their last game in Switzerland in order to reach the play-offs, regardless of their result against England, new boss Brnovic is expected to rest several starters as he now has eight players who are one yellow card away from suspension.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Bozovic – Pavicevic, Dzudovic, Jovanovic, Pejovic – Vukcevic, Drincic, Kascelan – Damjanovic, Vucinic, Djalovic.
England have been doing pretty well in the Euro 2012 qualifiers and they are now just one point away from clinching the first place in the group.
While the Three Lions had some problems at Wembley, having shared spoils with Montenegro and Switzerland there, they have been thoroughly impressive on the travels.
After recording comfortable wins over Switzerland, Wales and Bulgaria on the road, they are expected to do the same against under strength Montenegro, with England 1.73 (8/11) at Stan James to end the campaign with a win.
Steven Gerrard and Rio Ferdinand miss out as they are still not fully recovered from their respective injuries, but Daniel Welbeck, Bobby Zamora and Andy Carroll are in the squad.
Joleon Lescott, Jermain Defoe and Peter Crouch have been overlooked, but Phil Jones and Kyle Walker kept their places in the side.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Hart – Richards, Terry, Cahill, Cole – Lampard, Parker, Barry – Rooney, Bent, Young.