England's 2014 World Cup qualifier against Ukraine in Kiev dominates the agenda in the newspapers on Tuesday.
But who else is making the news in Tuesday's newspapers? Read on to find out more.
Hodgson delivered his pre-match press conference on Monday, where he revealed the World Cup qualifier in Kiev will be the toughest test of his long managerial career, as Barney Ronay of The Guardian reported.
Custis believes Hart has not been at his best in recent weeks, and his confidence will not have been helped by Hodgson's assertion that the England No. 1 could "let the ball through his legs" as he envisaged potential scenarios in Kiev.
Meanwhile, Graeme Bryce of The Sun (subscription required) claims working for former Iraq dictator Saddam Hussein's son, Uday, means Ukraine coach Mikhail Fomenko will have no fears about pressure.
Real Madrid will make their move for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in January, reports David Anderson of the Daily Mirror.
The Uruguay international voiced his desire to leave Anfield during the summer, but has remained with the Merseyside club, where he is completing a 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League game in April.
Anderson claims Spanish newspaper Marca have reported that Real will use the £42 million they received from Arsenal for Mesut Ozil to fund a deal for either Suarez or Monaco forward Radamel Falcao later this season.
The former Liverpool and Newcastle forward suffered a foot injury while training with the Hammers this week and has been sent for a scan, according to the report.
West Ham spent £15 million on the striker during the summer to make his loan move from the Anfield club permanent.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is already weighing up a move for Mladen Petric, who was at Fulham last season, as a potential replacement, says Mokbel.
Former Upton Park striker Carlton Cole has also been linked with a return to the East London club, according to the article.
Manchester United manager David Moyes is preparing to overhaul the scouting system at the club following the disappointing transfer window, reports Alan Nixon of the Daily Mirror.
The United boss was only able to bring in midfielder Marouane Fellaini from Everton during the summer, despite the high-profile chase for Cesc Fabregas and interest in Thiago Alcantara, Ander Herrara, Fabio Coentrao, Ozil and Sami Khedira, according to the report.
United chief executive Ed Woodward had flown back to England from the club's preseason tour of Australia and the Far East to attend to transfer business, but United missed out on their targets.
Now Moyes is looking at an overhaul of the scouting system instead of bringing in a director of football, which would undermine Woodward, according to the report.
The new Real Madrid star was the target for two Macedonia fans, who ran on the pitch at half-time during Friday's World Cup qualifier.
But Bale is also struggling with a groin injury and may not feature in Tuesday's match against Serbia, and Coleman will leave the decision on the player's fitness to Bale himself.