England will don black armbands in memory of Graham Taylor in their first home game of the year against Lithuania, according to reports.

The Three Lions will resume their World Cup 2018 qualifying campaign at Wembley on March 23, their first home game since the former Watford and England manager's death in January.

As well as wearing black arm bands in his memory, Times sports reporter Henry Winter has reported Taylor's family have also been invited by the Football Association to attend the game in the Royal Box.

Taylor took over as England manager following Bobby Robson's departure after the 1990 World Cup, and led them to the European Championships in 1992.

But a disappointing World Cup 1994 campaign would later lead to him tending his own resignation.