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Steven Gerrard has urged his England teammates to remain calm on what could be a turbulent evening for Roy Hodgson's side against Montenegro in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier.
The Three Lions will be desperate to avoid a repeat of October 2011 when they travel to Podgorica tomorrow.
Wayne Rooney was shown a straight red card during a 2-2 Euro 2012 qualifier the last time the two sides met in Montenegro.
Branko Brnović's side currently top Group H and no visiting international team has beaten them in the capital for 16 months.
Gerrard is anticipating an intimidating atmosphere at the Podgorica City Stadium.
"It is important we keep 11 men on the pitch because it is going to be a very difficult game," said the England skipper. "It is going to be a pressure situation and we don't need to give the referee any excuse to send any of us off or give any unnecessary yellow cards. "It is important everyone takes responsibility and stays on the pitch. "I'm sure everyone knows it before the game but I'm sure the manager will remind everyone and I'm sure that will be one of the points on the board.
"And I think their supporters will make it as hostile as they can.
"Anytime you are away from home against these countries, when England are in town, the supporters are up for it.
"They are desperate to beat us, and everything is against us, but I think we've got the players in the squad to go and handle the situation and get the three points."
Gerrard's teammate Daniel Sturridge was on the mark during the Three Lions' 8-0 victory over minnows San Marino on Friday night.
The Liverpool striker ghosted in at the far post to nod home England's seventh in what was a comfortable victory; however, Gerrard insists that Montenegro will pose an entirely different threat.
"Everyone knows you can't compare San Marino to Montenegro," he explained. "It's the two ends of the scale.
"We know it's going to be a much tougher test on Tuesday, the standard of players we are going to be up against are much better.
"They have got certain individuals in the world-class category. We are well aware of the task in hand and know it's a much tougher game.
"I don't know whether crucial is the right word to describe this game but it is certainly a result we need.
"We need to take maximum points from this week to get into the driving seat. There are still a lot of tough and important games to play but we certainly want to make a statement."
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