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"But at the same time there will not be a lot of pressure on such a young team and so they can relax a bit and may be that will help them perform well", Brown who is in India as a panelist for the official broadcaster of World Cup, Sony Pictures Networks India, told TOI on Sunday. However with England having "so many good players" Delph was sure that anyone who wasn't picked wouldn't be upset at not being in the line up.

Kane has put himself in a similar bracket in terms of weight of goals - he outscored Ronaldo for club and country over the course of 2017 - and is thirsty for a similarly definitive performance on the biggest stage.

"I can say now everything we've done in training is exactly what we've seen in the videos from Tunisia". The coach (Gareth Southgate) has taken a huge gamble in picking youth over experience and I think that it was a bold move.

"We had that at Manchester United where players come back in and they are worn out".

"Of course, we want to go all the way to the final, but we are going to take each game as it comes and prepare for each game as we normally do".


"As a fan I've been to watch numerous England games as a boy -they're passionate, everyone loves the game".

Certainly he has no specific words of rhetoric prepared for his men in the dressing room before England run out in front of 45,000 fans to get their campaign underway. "England have one the youngest bunch of players in Russian Federation and a lot of them will be playing their first World Cup".

Speaking of England's decision to use his product, Lizard Heat creator and managing director Chris Ashdown said; "I came up with the idea while watching Formula 1 and watching a piece by Sky on the technology and science as to why rubber is warmed pre-race in whatever conditions". For me it's just about concentrating on your job. We lost against Brazil, who won after the world champion title. It's about staying focused.

"In this squad there are so many good players, when you pick one, all of the team is behind him".

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