England hoping Marcus Rashford is fit to start against Tunisia

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But that is changing.

Ashley Young says England are already raring to go for next week's World Cup opener against Tunisia.

England won the 1966 World Cup, but has only reached the semifinals of a tournament twice since then.

Screening every day from the World Cup, the show will give viewers unprecedented access from inside the team base camp.

The Leicester City defender is now set to experience the other side of the equation and is tipped to pip Gary Cahill to a place in Gareth Southgate's back three on Monday night. You can talk about our results historically but we are here and we are looking to do well in training and do well in that first match.

"You have to play against the team in front of you and it is going to be a tough task but we are fully prepared for that".

"I think having watched the Spain v Portugal game, these are the sort of games that announce the tournament is under way", he said.

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"We know we are not the finished article, in fact we're a long way from, but I think people see signs of progress and enjoy watching us and the manner in which we try to play".

Lingard, scorer of important goals for his club in FA Cup and EFL Cup finals at Wembley, continued: "I think you have just got to embrace the moments".

With Belgium the favourites to win Group G and Panama expected to struggle, the match could be vital for the hopes of both England and Tunisia to qualify for the last 16 in the tournament.

"Ultimately we know we'll be judged on results but we have to focus on the processes", he said.

Southgate said: "When I have been at World Cups before, whether working with the media or following the games scouting, there is a kind of carnival of football out there that sometimes as a player you don't access and don't feel part of".

"I said to all of the team before the game "I expect to see mistakes tonight and if I don't there'd probably be a problem because we won't be trying to be as good as we might". We have got to keep wanting to improve.

"Sometimes in the position as a manager - obviously I am going into the big time as a manager, if you like - you have to make decisions that people don't like or don't want but unfortunately that is the business".

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