Pickford has made 'rare saves' in England run - Campos

Jordan Henderson

England manager Gareth Southgate has given Henderson the nod ahead of Tottenham's Eric Dier at the World Cup and the midfield ace has been key in a role as deep-lying playmaker for the youthful Three Lions squad.

But the Liverpool captain believes he will be ready to face Croatia in Moscow on Wednesday.

"We'll just have to assess people as we go".

There is no doubt pride has been restored regardless of tonight's outcome, where Henderson's selection is a good omen.

The 28-year-old has not tasted defeat in an England shirt since the last World Cup four years ago, going on a 30-match unbeaten run that is the longest of any player in the country's history. 'Someone mentioned it the other day to us, ' Henderson said.

'It's down to us as a team.

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Former England defender Stuart Pearce believes Jordan Henderson is proving himself to be England's most natural leader rather than the man now wearing the armband, Harry Kane.

She said the pupils have been celebrating the success of the England team in the competition so far, especially Jordan Pickford and Jordan Henderson.

"That's what I have a focus on".

Pickford, 24, has impressed football fans as he helps the England team get that little bit closer to the World Cup final. We'll do our best to try keep him quiet, but everybody else as well, because they have a lot of threats from different areas.

Pickford came to prominence in June 2017 when Everton paid Sunderland £30m for him.

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