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Terry returns to the squad after being rested for the Italy game

Ashley Young injury has Roy Hodgson short of attacking options for England's World Cup qualifiers

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<b> Luka Modric: </b> The diminutive midfielder once again showed what a fantastic player he is, exhibiting his full range of passing with unnerving accuracy. Created Croatia's best chance of the game with sublime ball from the outside of his right foot. 7

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<b>Ashley Young: </b> Still not able to replicate the kind of form which has made him one of England’s most important players over the past year. His inch perfect cross for Wayne Rooney in the first half should have given England the lead and some other similar balls in the second caused some problems for the Ukraine defence. 7

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