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Video: Simon Rice and Jack de Menezes look ahead to Liverpool's huge test at the Bernabeu

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

19-year-old Ross Barkley was the latest youngster to make his England debut on Friday against Moldova

Ross Barkley admits Steven Gerrard has advised him to stay with Everton despite Merseyside rivalry

19-year-old made his debut for England earlier this month and hopes to push on with his club to earn a place in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad

Jonjo Shelvey

Swansea v Liverpool: Jonjo Shelvey reveals Steven Gerrard attempted to persuade him to remain at Anfield

The England midfielder quit Liverpool for Swansea during the summer

Roy Hodgson, right, and Gary Neville before the 0-0 draw in Kiev

Comment: Why does it take several foreigners like Rafa Benitez and Mauricio Pochettino to speak up for England's ability?

The Way I See It: It fell to the foreign legion to remind us that the source material is there

Frank Lampard speaking to the media in advance of a likely 100th England cap

World Cup qualifier: Frank Lampard to win 100th England cap against Ukraine

England boss praises midfielder as he prepares to join team-mates Steven Gerrard and Ashley Cole in passing the century mark

England’s Ross Barkley makes headway against Moldova

England 4 Moldova 0: ‘Suspension is difficult to get my head round’

Welbeck ‘unbelievably unfortunate’ to get yellow card, claims England manager

Tim Rich: Rickie Lambert selection exposes England's dearth of talent

Hodgson chooses 31-year-old to lead attack and also breaks predecessor's rule by allowing WAGs into hotel

Roy Hodgson still targeting triumph at 2014 World Cup in Brazil

FA chairman Greg Dyke says winning in Rio is unrealistic

Work to do: Steven Gerrard trains under the watchful eye of his manager Brendan Rodger

Steven Gerrard accepts title dream is over

Liverpool captain approaches the end of his career with Champions' League qualification at the height of his expectations

Steven Gerrard

Liverpool v Manchester United: Steven Gerrard says 'rivalry is huge' ahead of showdown at Anfield

The Liverpool captain is relishing the match on Sunday

Jordan Henderson

Jordan Henderson eager to keep Liverpool momentum going - with Manchester United next up

The Reds have won their opening three games of the season

Danny Welbeck heads home at Wembley on Wednesday night

England 3 Scotland 2: Five things we learned from victory at Wembley

Defence among Roy Hodgson's top concerns

The England squad with young cancer patients Mikey Grimmett, Rachel Clark, Liam Penrose and Matthew Burton ahead of this Wednesday's Teenage Cance Trust International match against Scotland

England players Steven Gerrard, Joe Hart, Jermain Defoe and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain dedicate tomorrow's Scotland friendly to Teenage Cancer Trust patients

England stars take time out in the build-up to the match to individually pair-up with the youngsters and spend some time to get to know them

Jack Wilshere, Rickie Lambert and Steven Gerrard train with England

Roy Hodgson promises to be 'careful' with Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere

Wilshere will not play 90 minutes against Scotland this week

Rickie Lambert was called up to the England squad on the same day that his wife gave birth

Rickie Lambert’s long and winding road to England recognition

Southampton striker caught Hodgson's attention back in his Fulham days but even the England manager thought 'can he do it on the big stage'

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