Kane expects 'brave' and 'aggressive' England in Russian Federation

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The England manager revealed the 20-year-old striker had picked up a "slight knock" in the Three Lions' final training session before flying out to Russian Federation, as reported by the Independent.

File image of Marcus Rashford in England training.

"We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches", he said.

"There was a clear shift in the identity of the team, we went to a back three and people have been warmed by that, not only the young players in this squad, but the young players in the system, the success with the junior teams".

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"We have another week of preparation and a lot of competition for places. The most important is the way you play, and your performances and your results", Southgate said.

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"Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game".

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"Sometimes, going into a big tournament is about not losing and being passive but, for us, it's about winning the first game, winning the second game".

In contrast to a number of FA staff, the players have been allowed to take their usual phones and other personal devices but security experts have installed extra software that will be removed when they return to England.

"I've got no concerns at all", the Manchester United man told Press Association Sport.

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"Hopefully the players and family will get an opportunity to go into St Petersburg when not working". "I don't think we were prepared for every eventuality".