England captain Steven Gerrard will win his 100th cap on Wednesday after a scan confirmed he suffered no knee ligament damage during Liverpool's Premier League draw with Chelsea on Sunday.
Gerrard suffered a knock late in the 1-1 draw and, after reporting for duty in Manchester, was sent for a precautionary scan by the Football Association.
The scan revealed there was no damage, meaning Gerrard will lead his country into their friendly against Sweden in Stockholm.
Billy Wright, Bobby Moore, Sir Bobby Charlton, Peter Shilton and David Beckham are the five English centurions to date.
Capped by Kevin Keegan, 2000
Lining up for the first time against Ukraine, May 2000
Gerrard plays his first game for England at a major tournament, replacing Michael Owen in a 1-0 Euro 2000 win against Germany
Playing for England at Anfield against Finland in March 2001
Diving for joy after giving England the lead with his first goal in Munich in The 5-1, September 2001
Missing out. Gerrard limps out of Liverpool's final game of the 2001-02 season against Ipswich Town with a groin injury, dashing his hopes of playing at that summer's World Cup finals in Japan and South Korea. Ipswich were already relegated and Liverpool, needing a win to guarantee an automatic Champions League berth, thrashed them 5-0
Equalising against Macedonia, October 2002
Gareth Southgate congratulates Gerrard after he scores past Serbia & Montenegro in a June 2003 friendly
Sven applies the armband for the first time ahead of Gerrard captaining England in Sweden, March 2004
Despite enormous mutual respect, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard have subordinated one another for England
Suicidal Stevie. Gerrard reflects after Thierry Henry intercepted his back pass and was fouled by David James to gift France a last-minute penalty. Zinedine Zidane didn't miss. England were 1-0 up on 90 minutes
Scoring against Switzerland in England's 3-0 Euro 2004 victory
Receiving a hug from Michael Owen after doubling England's advantage in Austria, September 2004
Scoring at St James's Park past Azerbaijan, March 2005
Jumping for joy as the interim number nine in Wayne Rooney's absence after opening the scoring against Hungary in a pre-World Cup friendly, May 2006
With surrogate Scouse sibling Wayne Rooney at the 2006 World Cup
Celebrating the clincher after a laboured 2-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago
Through gritted teeth? Gerrard, Gary Neville and David Beckham 'welcome' Ray Winstone to their World Cup training base in Baden-Baden
Nodding past Sweden for his second 2006 World Cup goal
Repelled by Ricardo in the 2006 quarter-final...
Down and out
"I'll last this long." The beginning of a doomed venture under Steve McClaren, August 2006
Arrowing one in past Andorra, September 2006
International life begins at 50? Recognition in Skopje, September 2006
Bagging a brace against Andorra in a risible 3-0 win, March 2007
Out before it started. Croatia beat England 3-2 at Wembley to prevent them from qualifying for Euro 2008
Kick-starting his England career under Fabio Capello with a goal against the USA in a May 2008 friendly
Exhaling after scoring against Belarus, October 2008
A much better night against a depleted Croatia at Wembley as Gerrard and Frank Lampard score twice in an excellent 5-1 win to seal qualification to the 2010 World Cup
Suited for South Africa ahead of the World Cup
Opening England's 2010 World Cup campaign with an early strike against the Americans again
Reporting to Prince William
Receiving instructions from Capello during the embarrassing 0-0 draw with Algeria
Humiliated by Germany in the last 16
Gerrard's last England goal to date, versus Hungary in August 2010
A new era, a fifth England coach for Gerrard in Roy Hodgson
A humbling experience at the Schindler Factory in Oswiecim ahead of Euro 2012
Now full-time captain, he enjoys his best tournament in an England shirt at Euro 2012. Here he celebrates assisting Joleon Lescott's opener against France
Putting England 1-0 up on penalties in the quarters against Italy...
Only to experience that sinking feeling of defeat in a shootout in the last eight
A first red card for England comes after 12 years and at the age of 32 in the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Ukraine
Ashley Cole, who could have been marooned on 98 caps after he labelled the FA a "bunch of twa*s", is on 99 but was not selected in Roy Hodgson's experimental squad for tomorrow night.
Gerrard made his England debut against Ukraine in May 2000 and has played for his country at five major tournaments, scoring 19 times.
Having skippered the Three Lions at the 2010 World Cup, he was made full-time captain by Roy Hodgson and led England at the summer's European Championship in Poland and Ukraine.