"Germany's friendly with the Netherlands on Tuesday has been called off because of a "concrete security threat" against the city of Hannover. Evacuation of the Hannover Stadium, which was hosting the match, began less than two hours before kick-off. The city's president of police Volker Kluwe told the BBC "there were plans for some kind of explosion".German Chancellor Angela Merkel was set to attend the match at the 49,000-capacity HDI Arena."
Now back to Wembley
Last week in Paris terror attacks launched as football teams from France and Germany were playing a friendly at the Stade de France stadium north of Paris.
The first of three explosions occurred outside the Stade de France stadium on the northern fringe of Paris where France were playing Germany in an international football friendly.
The decision to go ahead with the scheduled football match at Wembley was made and has mass support. That support will mean that more people than ever will tune in - not for any suspicious reasons but simply to virtually stick two fingers up to the terrorists.
It promises to be a great game of football and for once who wins is really not as important as participating in the so-called beautiful game.
Good luck to both teams
[First goal to England full result later]