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England held their final training session on Thursday (October 10) before their vital World Cup qualifying clash with Montenegro ...
at Wembley Stadium on Friday. England will qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals if they beat Montenegro and Poland in their final two Group H qualifiers and manager Roy Hodgson knows there is no room for error as they seek to secure their place in Brazil.
SHOWS: LONDON COLNEY, NEAR LONDON, UK (OCTOBER 10, 2013) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. PLAYERS WALK ON TO TRAINING PITCH 2. COACH ROY HODGSON WITH ASSISTANTS RAY LEWINGTON (LEFT) AND GARY NEVILLE (RIGHT) 3. CAPTAIN STEVEN GERRARD TRAINING 4. TRAINING SESSION 5. STRIKERS DANIEL STURRIDGE (LEFT) AND DANNY WELBECK 6. DEFENDER LEIGHTON BAINES (FRONT) STRETCHING 7. WAYNE ROONEY 8. JACK WILSHERE STRETCHING 9. MEDIA 10. HODGSON WALKS PAST ROONEY AND FRANK LAMPARD 11. ROONEY AND LAMPARD JOGGING 12. HODGSON 13. GOALKEEPERS FRASER FORSTER (LEFT), JOHN RUDDY AND JOE HART (NEAREST CAMERA) TRAINING 14. HART TRAINING 15. PRESS 16. HART SAVES A SHOT 17. PRESS 18. HART WALKS BEHIND GOAL STORY: England held their final training session on Thursday (October 10) before their vital World Cup qualifying clash with Montenegro at Wembley Stadium on Friday. England will qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals if they beat Montenegro and Poland in their final two Group H qualifiers and manager Roy Hodgson knows there is no room for error as they seek to secure their place in Brazil. Both matches are at Wembley and England go into them topping the group by one point from Montenegro and Ukraine, and three clear of Poland, who provide next Tuesday's opposition. Hodgson, appointed just before last year's European Championship, is confident England will complete the task and avoid the doomsday scenario of failing to reach the finals - something that last happened under Graham Taylor 20 years ago. England are the only unbeaten team in the group, and will look to preserve that record against Montenegro without left-back Ashley Cole, who will miss the match with a rib injury. The 32-year-old, who has played 105 times for his country, is likely to be replaced by Everton's Leighton Baines but has not yet been ruled out of Tuesday's match against Poland. Baines will win his 20th cap if, as expected, he lines up alongside Everton team mate Phil Jagielka with the back four completed by Chelsea's Gary Cahill and Tottenham's Kyle Walker. Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Jack Wilshere are expected to play in midfield with Liverpool's free-scoring Daniel Sturridge and the Manchester United pair of Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney up front. Rooney, Sturridge and Welbeck all missed the sterile 0-0 draw with Ukraine in Kiev a month ago. Joe Hart will keep his place in goal despite a recent loss of form.