James McAvoy and Ed Norton are teaming up to play against England in this year's Soccer Aid.
The charity football match, which raises funds for Unicef, sees the Rest of the World take on England at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The England team will be captained by Robbie Williams, and will include Mark Owen, Olly Murs and John Bishop, plus football legends David Seaman and Teddy Sherringham.
The Rest of the World will be captained by Welsh actor Michael Sheen, and will include Will Ferrell, Mike Myers and Gordon Ramsay, plus football legends Edwin van der Sar and Freddie Ljungberg.
Ed Norton said: "I'm probably better on the tackle than the ball skills."
The Fight Club actor added: "Fortunatley the other Americans are putting up a great show. Will (Ferrell) has got a massive cannon of a foot."
His Scottish teammate James McAvoy said: "We've got Roy Keane and that genuinely is terrifying, for me, aswell as the England team."
Soccer Aid started in 2006 as a brainwave of Unicef ambassador Robbie Williams.
Since the event first began, it has raised more than £7 million for the charity.