What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines in today's national newspapers.
THE GUARDIAN: For England, everything now boils down to what happens against Poland on Tuesday. Also: The good news for England is that wingers are back in fashion.
DAILY MAIL: Andros Townsend inspired England to victory over Montenegro last night and kept alive Roy Hodgson's hopes of automatic qualification for the World Cup finals. Also: From gambling ban to Roy Hodgson's big gamble. Even for someone who travels at pace Andros Townsend arrived at Wembley last night on a spectacular trajectory with the stakes piled high.
THE INDEPENDENT: The big games, the high tension occasions when it all has to come good - it is then that a manager has to make the right calls, and for the much-maligned Roy Hodgson last night there was a sweet vindication of sorts. Also: It was the selection that signalled Roy Hodgson intended to shed the conservative tag he has been encumbered with and boldly shape his and England's destiny.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: So it comes down to Poland again. Also: There was a Davis Cup feel to this match, as if England had tumbled so far down the world rankings that they were battling for readmission to the 'elite group.'
THE SUN: Andros Townsend was the toast of England after his dream debut fired the Three Lions towards the World Cup finals. Also: Roy Hodgson admitted he nearly did not pick Andros Townsend for this vital win.
THE TIMES: Roy Hodgson is not a man given to shows of emotion or impolite language, but at 9.33pm last night he could not contain himself. Also: He took to the pitch as an international rookie. Andros Townsend walked off imagining a packed house at the Maracana and a place in the World Cup finals in Brazil.
DAILY EXPRESS: Debut boy Andros Townsend sent England to within one game of Brazil with a wonder goal as Roy Hodgson's side saw off Montenegro. Also: There were times when Roy Hodgson dare not look, others when he was caught dancing a jig of delight.
DAILY MIRROR: Andros Townsend scored a wonder goal as England clinched a precious victory in the race to Brazil. Also: One more heave. One more win. You can almost smell the sea off the Copacabana.
DAILY STAR: England are just one win from the World Cup finals. Also: Wayne Rooney raised the roof at Wembley last night after turning from villain to hero in eight minutes.