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Steven Gerrard will lead England out against Sweden in Kiev tonight as the Three Lions look to build on a solid start to their Euro 2012 campaign against France.
It will be the 19th time Gerrard has skippered the national side since being handed his first cap by Kevin Keegan against Ukraine in 2000.
The 32-year-old, who has 93 caps to his name, led the national side out at the World Cup in 2010 before being handed the captaincy by former Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson in May this year.
In 120 years of history, 10 other Reds have pulled on the armband as England skipper and the first was Ephraim Longworth in May 1921.
But which Liverpool player, past or present, has led the Three Lions into battle more times than any other?
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