compiled by Ben Goodnews
All may be set for Harry Kane to be available for England’s next World Cup encounter with the United States.
The speculation was brought to a rest after Jordan Pickford confirmed the Three Lions captain had trained with the rest of the squad.
The Three Lions’ star striker was replaced by Callum Wilson during the 6-2 opening win against Iran on Monday and was subsequently sent for a scan on his ankle.
Kane’s importance to Gareth Southgate’s set-up has been illustrated over back-to-back tournaments, having won the Golden Boot at Russia 2018 and helped lead England to the Euro 2020 final last year.
Fears that he could miss Friday’s Group B encounter with the USA look to have been dispelled by Pickford, however, who confirmed the Tottenham forward had been going through drills with his team-mates.
The goalkeeper said; “I think he’s good. He is probably a bit sore, but he is out on the grass with us today.
“That is good, he is our captain and he is fine, yeah.
“Everyone gave their all when he came off, Callum came on got the assist for Jack’s goal