Marcus Rashford set to return to full training after knee injury

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Thankfully, it looks like a close-up of Marcus Rashford's knee is not about to be splashed across the front pages as England prepare for the start of the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

"Gareth has gone in and said "let's have a look at what we have got and build around that', rather than fit all our best players into a system that does not necessarily suit them", he said to 'Sky Sports".

Southgate's team showed their respect for those who lost their lives in last summer's tragedy in London before training, where a number of staff wore Grenfell green heart badges.

Southgate can also bank on the experienced Chelsea defender Gary Cahill (58 caps) and Manchester United's Ashley Young (33 caps).

Fabian Delph dismisses suggestions that England's players could fall prey to complacency ahead of their World Cup Group G opener against Tunisia in Volgograd on Monday.

But England fans still picked the rivals we love to dislike the most when asked who will win in Russian Federation this summer. We couldn't be more excited to be joining forces with such a force in football like Steven too, whose commitment and passion for the game and the fans reflects ours so strongly.

"Tunisia will want to put an upset on the cards but we won't underestimate them because we know they're a good team".

The 24-year-old broke into the England set-up in November, 2015, and went to his first finals at Euro 2016. "There have been perceptions about our players for a long time.so it's been really good for our public to see how much it means to the players to play, to see a different side of their personality".

"It's a very proud moment, of course", he said of leading the Three Lions at a major tournament for the first time.

A quarterfinal loss to Italy on penalties in the 2012 European Championship was followed by a draw and two defeats in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

England's Harry Kane answers a question at a press conference for the 2018 soccer World Cup, at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018.

"With attacking players in particular, if they're going to try things and take people on and be creative, they're going to lose the ball and they're going to make errors". To be part of the World Cup will be incredible as it's one of the biggest sporting events in the world.

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