WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
The Guardian: England advanced to the Euro 2012 finals, despite a red card for Wayne Rooney, who was sent off for the second time in his international career. Also: Leeds coach Brian McDermott is proud to be flying the flag for British coaches.
Daily Star: England will start their Euro 2012 bid without Wayne Rooney. Also: Lewis Moody leads England's assault on a World Cup semi-final spot today, telling his players: Show no fear.
Daily Mail: Wayne Rooney soured England's qualification for next summer's European Championships after being sent off for a petulant kick at an opponent. Also: Darren Fletcher has shrugged off tonsilitis to fly to Scotland's aid in their Euro 2012 qualifier in Liechtenstein tonight.
Daily Mirror: Nottingham Forest want Nigel Clough to 'come home' as their new manager. Also: Jenson Button has urged Lewis Hamilton to stay at McLaren and keep Britain's Formula One Dream Team together.
The Independent: England's plans for next summer's European Championships were dealt a huge blow before they had even started last night, when Wayne Rooney's red card for a needless kick meant he will miss the first, and possibly the second, game of the campaign. Also: Kevin Pietersen says he has several goals still to achieve with England.
The Sun: Wayne Rooney said sorry to Fabio Capello for his red-card madness as England stuttered into the Euro 2012 finals. Also: English football's hottest sensation Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed how he could have played for the Irish.. London Irish.
Daily Express: Wolves owner Steve Morgan fears Premier League clubs will face ''serious financial trouble'' unless a wage cap is introduced. Also: Rob Burrow is delighted so many academy products will be playing on both sides of the Grand Final today.
The Times: England will have to cope without Wayne Rooney for the first two matches of next summer's European Championships after his shocking sending-off marred last night's 2-2 draw with Montenegro. Also: Mark Hughes admitted yesterday that he is keen to manage Chelsea.
The Telegraph: On a stormy night in the Balkans, England made heavy weather of reaching Euro 2012. Also: Blackburn Rovers' ground-breaking friendly against Pune FC in India was marred by further demonstrations against manager Steve Kean.