England and Slovenia are set to kick off the fourth round of Group E's Euro 2016 qualifier. The two sides are currently one and two in the table; a win for either side will put them in a comprehensive position for qualification.
The team sheets have been released and are available below:
At the age of 29, Rooney will be the youngest and the first ever England player to reach 100 caps before his 30th birthday.
However, despite the record breaking achievement, let us not forget Rooney is six goals away from equaling Sir Bobby Charlton's England scoring record (49), many are forlorn over Rooney's contributions to England.
Aside from a glorious Euro 2004 where he scored four goals, Rooney has been poor in all tournaments, scoring 1 goal between World Cup 2006 and World Cup 2014. Furthermore, the vast majority of his goals have also been against the smaller nations.
Is he an England great or isn't he?
5th min: Slovenia had their own chance when they breached the England defence, although Andraz Kirm mistimed his jump and the header looped into Joe Hart's arms.
10th min: Great pressure from England led by Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson led to a chance for Wayne Rooney. The captain fired wide but the attack was called offside as Rooney's shot came courtesy of a pass from Welbeck.
14th min: Great work by Nathaniel Clyne on the right created space for Rooney inside the box who played it back out to Sterling. In the end it was a disappointing shot as he dragged it wide.
19th min: Welbeck taps the ball back for Rooney who thunders over the bar.
Earlier on I posed the question on whether Wayne Rooney was an England great, here are some of the responses:
30th min: Welbeck gets his head on a cross but the effort drifts wide of the target.
36th min: Rooney plays in Welbeck expecting a sharp return pass, instead he is left frustrated as Welbeck fails to see the picture and blasts over the bar.
39th min: Adam Lallana's corner finds Phil Jagielka who flicks the ball into danger and is hurriedly cleared by a Slovenian player. The second corner was cleared away, deep into the England half.
The game, as with most England games these days, has been somewhat of a snoozefest. Fans took to social media to reminiscence on the good old days and berate the current performance:
49th min: England are beginning to find joy down Slovenia's left wing as Sterling takes on two players successfully, although his cross is cleared out of danger.
55th min: Lallana's corner skids out to Rooney was was forced out wide but managed to find a gap and cross for Jagielka. The Everton man was unable to work the keeper with his header, however.
57th min: GOAL! Jordan Henderson has opened the deadlock but unfortunately for England fans it was in the wrong goal. Milivoje Novakovic whipped in the cross on the left and Henderson headed past Joe Hart. It is the first goal England have conceded since Luis Suarez's double in the World Cup and their first for a year in Wembley when Per Mertesacker scored for Germany.
58th min: GOAL! You wait for one and two come in one minute. Wayne Rooney scores on his 100th cap via the penalty spot. England rushed forward in a hurry following conceding a goal and were rewarded for their attacking mentality. Rooney is now level with Jimmy Greaves on 44 goals.
65th min: GOAL! Danny Welbeck has put England in the lead for the first time today. Lallana and Sterling do all the hard work with twists and turns inside the Slovenian box and Welbeck pounces opportunistically.
71st min: Great combination play between Kieron Gibbs on the left, Adam Lallana and Raheem Sterling plays in Danny Welbeck who finished with aplomb. By far the best bit of play from an otherwise drab match.
79th min: England have a comfortable lead but won't for much longer if they keep allowing Slovenia chances. Ljubijankic squared the ball for Novakovic but it whistles over the bar.
81st min: Danny Welbeck is trying his best to overshadow Rooney's big day with a hat-trick. His shot is unlucky blocked as Cesar again throws himself to block a shot.
83rd min: Slovenia are wide open now and Jordan Henderson really should have seen the game out. Great work led to Henderson being free on the wide right. A standard cross to the far post would have seen Rooney score as he was unmarked. Under no pressure, Henderson put the ball out of play.
The referee has blown the whistle and England have run out 3-1 winners at Wembley. Victory takes them six points ahead of their nearest challengers, although that could change to three points if Lithuania beat Switzerland.