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Personnel changes could see Belgian stalemate

28 June 2018

"First and foremost, I think it's really important that we are building a team that everyone at home can see are passionate about playing for England and want to win every time they go out".

"But, for me, he could definitely score more goals with his technical ability".

ENGLAND boss Gareth Southgate insists Germany's shock World Cup exit underlines why he will not be attempting to plot an easier route through the draw when they play Belgium tonight.

The underdogs in this year's FIFA World Cup event in Russian Federation are grabbing the headlines as we have seen giants bowing out from the tournament in the group stages.

"I feel hugely fortunate now", Southgate said ahead of Thursday's Group G clash with Belgium.

"It's a game that we can celebrate and enjoy".

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Both countries have already guaranteed qualification for the World Cup's round of 16, courtesy of victories against group stage rivals Panama and Tunisia.

England have scored more goals from free-kicks or corners than anyone else during the World Cup group stages.

"What I've discussed with the players is we must not waste any energy thinking whether it's better to be first or second in the group, who we might play in future rounds", the England manager said in an interview with FIFA TV.

But travel association Abta said its members had reported a spike in interest in packages for the World Cup, while a leading fan group has urged stay-at-home supporters "it's not too late".

That squad, which is supported in Russian Federation by 35 staff, has now qualified from its World Cup group with a game to spare.

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"The discussions have been to go and win the game and that's the truth", Cahill said.

When a manager makes significant changes to a team there is often a tendency for the play to become disjointed as players adjust.

Pickford, who edged Jack Butland in a tight selection decision at the start of the tournament, said: "It's a team game, there's 23 players and all 23 in the squad are fighting for places".

"We are a team with our diversity and our youth that represents modern England. I know he won't want to be left out - particularly as he is in with a chance of winning the Golden Boot - but the bigger picture is going further in the tournament, something we can achieve with a fit Harry in the side".

None of the players who started in Nizhny Novgorod took part in Monday's training session back at their training base in Zelenogorsk.

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Personnel changes could see Belgian stalemate