Goal-line technology is to be tested at England's friendly against Belgium at Wembley on June 2 – Roy Hodgson's first home game as manager.
However, the Hawkeye system will be used for observation only, with the referee unable to obtain assistance with any close calls.
It will be the final live test for the Hawkeye system. Another system, called GoalRef, is being tested in the Danish Super League. All the tests are being monitored by officials from EMPA, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology and a decision on the future use of the technology is expected at a meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) on July 2.
Joleon Lescott has sympathised with Theo Walcott after the Arsenal winger's family decided to remain in the UK for Euro 2012 due to the potential for racism in Ukraine.
"It is a shame they have to make that decision for nothing to do with football. Theo is a vital member of the squad. He is likely to play a lot of games and have a big role in the team.
"I understand it though, if they feel it is going to be a problem when he is out there," said the Manchester City defender.
Lescott insists he has no problem being part of the same squad as John Terry, who faces a court case for remarks he is alleged to have made to QPR's Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road in October.
"We were all together for the Spain and Sweden games in November when we had two good results and performances. It has proved there is no animosity in the squad. There are no grudges held towards anyone," said Lescott.
Lescott is likely to start alongside Phil Jagielka against Norway, with Phil Jones at right-back as Glen Johnson took little part in training with a badly bruised toe. Danny Welbeck trained alone as he recovers from an ankle injury, while Scott Parker showed no ill effects after a recent injection into his Achilles.
Bayern Munich's dramatic Champions League final defeat by Chelsea last week, will not impact on a German squad that includes eight Bayern players, according to Lukas Podolski, who will join Arsenal from Cologne after the finals.
"It is difficult to find ways to say things to them now," he said. "I had to deal with it as well. I was relegated [this season] and you have to live with that. In sports there are ups and downs. All eight are great players and our quality will not be affected by this result."
Cologne were relegated despite an 18-goal season for Podolski, whose move to Arsenal, for an undisclosed fee, was confirmed in April. Podolski said the way he dealt with the impact of relegation at the end of his second spell at the club should be followed by his international team-mates.
"It lasts a few days," he said. "The relegation is far more dramatic as there are financial implications and jobs are affected. I dealt with it for two or three days and the same should happen to Bayern and then [they should] start looking into the future again."