Key info, fixtures and squad: Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup

Mark Gleghorne with England at the Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup
England's men's are in India for the Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup as they look to make their mark on 2018's showpiece global event for men's hockey.

We've got all the key information here as Danny Kerry's side do battle against the world's very best teams.

Fixtures & results
Fri 30 Nov - England 2-2 China
Tue 4 Dec - England 0-3 Australia
Mon 10 Dec - England 2-0 New Zealand crossover
Wed 12 Dec - England 3-2 Argentina - quarter final
Sat 15 Dec  - England 0-6 Belgium - semi final
Sun 16 Dec - England 1-8 Australia - bronze medal match

Pool standings
For the pool standings, visit the FIH's official World Cup website.

England squad
George Pinner (Holcombe)
Harry Gibson (Surbiton)
Adam Dixon (Beeston)
Liam Sanford (Reading)
Mark Gleghorne (Beeston)
Jack Waller (Wimbledon)
Michael Hoare (Wimbledon)
Luke Taylor (Surbiton)
Harry Martin (Hampstead & Westminster)
David Ames (Holcombe)
Ian Sloan (Wimbledon)
Barry Middleton (Holcombe)
Zach Wallace (Surbiton)
James Gall (Surbiton)
Phil Roper (Wimbledon)
David Condon (East Grinstead)
Will Calnan (Hampstead & Westminster)
Liam Ansell (East Grinstead) [replaced injured Sam Ward]

Travelling reserves
Brendan Creed (Surbiton)
Rhys Smith (East Grinstead)

Youngest players
Zach Wallace (18), Jack Waller (21) and Rhys Smith (21) are the youngest players to be selected having impressed in recent months, while Barry Middleton will compete at his fourth World Cup and Adam Dixon his third.

Liam Ansell celebrates scoring

Ward replacement
Liam Ansell was a late addition to the squad, replacing Sam Ward, who was unfortunately injured just before the team's departure for India.

World Cup history
England have finished fourth in the last two editions of the tournament - at The Hague in 2014 and at Delhi in 2010 - and will be aiming to go one further this time round and claim their first medal since 1986.