Colombia's James still doubtful for England game

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"It is a game we always dreamed of playing": Radamel Falcao.

"I think the most important thing is to keep creating possibilities without losing possession".

England has the joint-youngest team left in the tournament along with France, and the team with players who have the fewest worldwide appearances.

England have been knocked out on penalties in three of the last six World Cup tournaments.

But as England prepare to play Colombia in the round of 16, Colombians are laughing off the "tactical genius" label of Southgate and explain how relieved they are to be facing England, who they consider to be an "easier opposition" than Belgium.

"I have been amazed how former players used unity in the squad as a reason for Southgate's selection - well, if this is what creates unity, we have zero chance".

"It is true that I didn't shine as I wanted to in England but that's part of the past".

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Despite a growing sense of optimism over England's chances in Russian Federation, manager Southgate is warning his team against thinking too far ahead. The team has repeatedly denied it's looking beyond the Colombia game, something Southgate called "pointless". "But they are not at the level of the top teams in the world but certainly are a good team", he said.

"I think England are a good team, they have good players and they play well".

The clip shows the white and brown pet mimicking its owner's excitement during a World Cup clash.

Belgium set up a quarter-final against Brazil on Monday after Nacer Chadli grabbed a dramatic late victor, with the match poised to go into extra-time.

"For me, personally, it's the right decision", Rooney said.

England scored eight goals in their opening two matches, beating Tunisia 2-1 with a late Kane goal before thrashing Panama 6-1.

Sanchez's score prediction: 2-1 to Colombia win. "We are quite stable even when things turn hard", said the 68-year-old. Bet on England to win in a close one.

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