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Frank Lampard to receive England honour on Friday

Frank Lampard of England talks to the media during an England Press Conference at The Grove Hotel on September 8, 2013
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Frank Lampard will receive a commemorative cap to mark 100 England appearances against Chile on Friday and will reportedly captain the side.

Frank Lampard will reportedly captain England against Chile on a special night for the midfield veteran, who will be honoured for reaching 100 caps with a ceremony before kickoff.

The Chelsea midfielder reached a century of appearances for the Three Lions during last month's World Cup decider against Ukraine, but both Lampard and England boss Roy Hodgson wanted the focus to remain on winning a crunch qualifier.

With their place in next summer's finals secured Lampard will lead England out against Chile at Wembley on Friday night, before receiving a commemorative cap from the Football Association.

Lampard's two daughters Isla and Luna will also be mascots for the friendly, according to The Mirror.

The 35-year-old is thought to be in line for the captain's armband against Chile with fitness concerns surrounding skipper Steven Gerrard, who is an injury doubt for the double-header which finishes against Germany next Tuesday.

Liverpool's English midfielder Steven Gerrard celebrates scoring his team's fourth goal with Liverpool's English striker Daniel Sturridge during the English Premier League football match between Liverpool and Norwich City at the Anfield stadium in Liverpo
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