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England manager Gareth Southgate expects Brazil to provider sterner test than Germany

England manager Gareth Southgate expects Brazil to provider sterner test than Germany

England manager Gareth Southgate "will not hesitate" to throw Dominic Solanke, Lewis Cook and Angus Gunn into action against Brazil.

'It's a very easy squad to settle in to, ' the Three Lions boss said at a press conference in London.

"I'm open minded. We watch the players very closely with their clubs and have succession plans to who is second, third and fourth choice". Most of the squad are young anyway so know each other from younger age groups.

For the Bournemouth star it is a validation of his decision to leave Leeds United and a continuation of an excellent year for the youngster, who captained the England under-20s to World Cup success in the summer. "They've got good pedigree, and we won't hesitate to put them on the pitch".

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Their last two major tournament appearances have seen them on the plane home before the quarter finals, but Gareth Southgate is already thinking about how his side might negotiate the knock-out stages of the World Cup, should they make it that far.

Neymar was typically influential for Tite's men, scoring six and assisting eight in qualifying, and Southgate is keen for England to test themselves against a player that PSG forked out a world-record sum for to sign from Barca.

"You had four or five FA Cup games that went to replays instead of going to shootouts, so we were used to having hundreds of matches on boggy pitches but we weren't used to being under that pressure". "He is clearly one of the best players in the world at this moment in time". "We have to be set up right because counter-attack is one of their best tactics and then individually you have to defend well against him", he said.


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