England captain John Terry is expected to lead his side out at Wembley on Saturday after apparently shaking off a lingering fitness concern.
Terry was rated as doubtful for the friendly fixture against Slovenia having sustained a groin injury earlier in the week but the Chelsea defender played a full part in training on Friday morning.
He is now expected to start on Saturday in a game that will act as a warm-up for Wednesday's home game against Croatia, when England can qualify for the World Cup finals with a victory at Wembley.
Fabio Capello also saw Manchester United defender Wes Brown and Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson play a full part in training so the Italian is expected to have a fully fit squad to pick from ahead of the Slovenia game.
Ben Foster missed training but has now returned to the squad after his partner gave birth on Friday afternoon.
However, West Ham's Robert Green is believed to be the favourite to feature from the start in goal having been picked for England's past three starting line-ups.