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Marcus Rashford misses training.

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So Rashford has missed training again  due to a knee injury. Do You think he will play on Monday against Tunisia.? Is it serious or is it being played down.? 

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I kinda expect he will, if he don't he would be a big miss because of how direct he is and out of all the England players, he's the one who comes up with something special.

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it could be a negative knock on the squad, rashford is one of few who deserves to be started every game just because he puts effort into wearing the shirt. i hope hes not injured and that by resting him it means hes okay to play.

if there is any knock, i would not risk it.

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A slight knock might not be worth anything to worry over, the training could just be a way to keep him fit. We will have to wait and see what team Gareth Southgate picks but Vardy and Kane would be fine.

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It could be in Southgates interest to let him sit the first game out, we wouldn't want to lose Rashford completely he's a game changing player.

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If 100% fit, Rashford must start.

He's probably the fastest striker we have, Vardy's okay but Kane is slower than a snail.

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