The funeral of two boys killed in an accident on the M6 in Staffordshire involving a Championship goalkeeper is to take place.
Ben Peak, eight, and his brother Arron, 10, from Partington, Manchester, died after a road collision near Keele services.
Plymouth Argyle footballer Luke McCormick has been charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving and driving with excess alcohol.
He is currently on bail.
A service for the two children will be held at 1.30pm at Our Lady of St Lourdes, Chapel Lane in Partington, followed by a private burial.
The boys were in a Toyota Previa people carrier with their father and three friends, on their way to watch a motorsport event at Silverstone.
Their father, Phil Peak, 37, who was at the wheel of the Toyota, was left seriously injured in the crash at about 5.45am on Saturday, June 7.
He suffered a suspected broken neck and back in the crash and was treated at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire.
Amanda Peak, the boys' mother, attended McCormick's first court appearance at Fenton Magistrates' Court in Stoke-on-Trent last week clutching a teddy bear and a framed photograph of her sons.
Coventry-born McCormick is a former England youth international and was twice voted Argyle's young player of the season.