FORMER England and Chelsea footballer Ray Wilkins is due to go on trial today charged with drink driving.
• The Sky Sports pundit was arrested in May 2012 and was allegedly nearly three times over the limit
• The 56-year-old, who had a brief spell playing for Hibernian, is accused of having 102 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 mm of breath - legal limit is 35 microgrammes
The 56-year-old Sky Sports pundit was arrested near his home in Cobham, Surrey, in May 2012 when he was allegedly nearly three times over the legal limit.
Wilkins, who notched up 84 caps for England during his playing days, was driving a Jaguar XP when he was pulled over in Friable Lane in the town at 1.50am on May 7.
He is accused of having 102 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath - the legal limit is 35 microgrammes.
During his career, he played at various clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, AC Milan and Queens Park Rangers and was awarded an MBE in 1993 for services to football.
Wilkins is due to appear at North Surrey Magistrates’ Court in Staines-Upon-Thames later.