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Steven Gerrard wants England to beat Montenegro and Poland to secure their qualification for the 2014 World Cup

Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard would welcome reduction in foreign players in the Premier League

England trails in terms of the percentage of homegrown players playing domestically in comparison to Spain and Germany

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Reaction to controversial comments will not affect Jack Wilshere, insists England manager Roy Hodgson

The Arsenal midfielder made his feelings about residency rules known earlier this week

Roy Hodgson takes an England training session

World Cup qualifiers: Entire 23-man England squad take part in training

Roy Hodgson will have an entire squad to choose from for the match against Montenegro

Stevan Jovetic (left) holds off Steven Gerrard during March’s 1-1 draw in Podgorica

Stevan Jovetic interview: Manchester City striker ready and willing to carry Montenegro hopes against England if Mirko Vucinic is out

The £22m Manchester City striker tells Ian Herbert how important Friday's game is to his small country

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Januzaj must not play for England, insists Wilshere

The England manager made an appearance on Saturday night's Match of the Day

Fifa announce decision to seed European play-off matches for the World Cup

England could find themselves forced into a two-legged tie if results over the next seven days do not go as planned

Roy Hodgson takes an England training session

World Cup qualifiers: Phil Jagielka insists England are in a positive frame of mind and 'looking at booking that flight to Rio'

The Three Lions need to win the remaining two games to be sure of qualification for the World Cup

Joe Hart pictured training with England

World Cup qualifiers: Entire England squad takes part in training

Roy Hodgson will be delighted to be able to pick from a fit squad of players

Steven Gerrard wants England to beat Montenegro and Poland to secure their qualification for the 2014 World Cup

World Cup qualifiers: Steven Gerrard targets two victories to avoid repeating failure to qualify for Euro 2008

The Three Lions failed to qualify for the tournament five years ago after suffering defeat to Croatia

Ashley Cole, left: Chelsea player has a rib injury which he aggravated on Sunday

World Cup qualifiers: Blow for Roy Hodgson as Ashley Cole is ruled out of both England qualifiers

Injury forces England’s first-choice left-back out of Montenegro  and Poland matches

Harry Redknapp gestures on the sidelines during a Queens Park Rangers match

England would have already qualified for the 2014 World Cup if Harry Redknapp was in charge claims Neil Warnock

Warnock believes that Roy Hodgson was the safe option for the Three Lions and that the QPR boss would have brought an appetite for victory to the national side

Wayne Rooney should return for England in next week's qualifier against Montenegro after missing the last two games against Moldova and Ukraine

Wayne Rooney insists 'we're going to get to the World Cup' but warns England against complacency

Striker is set to return to Roy Hodgson's squad after missing the last two international matches

Wilshere has not had the best of weeks after being caught smoking

Jack Wilshere's fall at Arsenal may be Roy Hodgson's gain for England

Jack Wilshere's descent down the Arsenal pecking order since the arrival of Mesut Özil and renaissance of Aaron Ramsey could be a blessing in disguise for England. That is the view of Roy Hodgson, and while it is an unofficial part of the job spec for England managers to see a silver lining in every cloud, there is sense in his outlook.

Joe Hart doesn't face stiff enough competition for his place in the team

Joe Hart warned he could be axed by Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

The goalkeeper is told his place in the side is not assured

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