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After years of disappointment England must step up to the plate this time round under Gareth Southgate as they undergo they head to Russia for the 2018 World Cup. A batch of extremely talented young players have broken into the national squad and they could bring continued success for years to come.

The Three Lions have put the ghosts of Euro 2016 firmly behind them and there is an air of optimism surrounding this national team with plenty of emerging attacking talent with the likes of Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling and Dele Alli who will support the more experienced Harry Kane.

All those wanting to purchase England Tickets can obtain tickets to a wide selection of 2018 World Cup fixtures from Football Ticket Pad as they look to progress further through the tournament after qualifying against Slovenia and Lithuania.

Despite the Three Lions having little success at major tournaments in recent years, England football tickets remain the most popular of them all. The country that hosts the best footballing league in the world unsurprisingly has the passionate fans to match. See England live with England tickets from Football Ticket Pad. Let’s hope England can turn around decades of misery and finally win this most sought after accolade after over 50 years of heartache.

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  • Road To Russia 2018

    England expects and football fans will be travelling in their thouands as they decend upon Russia for the 2018 World Cup this summer. England finished their qualifying campaign unbeaten after a fairly routine display which saw them top the group with a game to spare. The Three Lions won eight of their ten matches and finshed eight points ahead of both Slovakia and Scotland. Slovenia and Lithuania were further back, with Malta bottom of the group with one point. 

    England began qualifying in Lithuania in October 2017 in what proved to be Sam Allardyce's first and last game in charge of England. A late Adam Lallana winner got England off to the perfect start to record a narrow 1-0 win as Gareth Southgate took over the helm. Nine points from the next three matches followed againt Slovenia, Slovakia and Malta before a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park against Scotland ended their winning streak. England then went on to win four out their last five matches with their only blemish being a 0-0 stalemate in Slovenia.  

    In defeating Slovenia at Wembley in their penultimate Group F match, they sealed their spot at their sixth consecutive World Cup - matching their previous record set between 1950 and 1970. England will be looking to put their Euro 2016 nightmare behind them and rectify their mistakes which have often proved costly at major tournaments in the past. Buy your England World Cup football tickets now at Football Ticket Pad and book your place at Russia 2018

    England appear to be heading in a new direction under Gareth Southgate and will need to find a balance between youth and experience to replace the likes of Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard. Harry Kane looks set to step up to the mantle with young stars like Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford looking to supply the flair. 

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  • Key Players

    The current England squad is full of incredibly talented individuals and England have got a big chance of going all the way in Russia this summer at 2018 World Cup. Fans with World Cup tickets will be doing their utmost to ensure that the players come together as one in order to bring the trophy back to London. Football Ticket Pad has picked out several players who will have a big influence on England's 2018 World Cup campaign. 

    There is nothing that quite compares to playing in a World Cup. It is the pinnacle of any professional footballer's career and this England squad is full of promise and potenital. Gareth Southagate will be keen to get the best out of the talent at his disposal as he looks to make history as England boss this summer in Russia. England tickets will be in huge demand so get your seats today to avoid missing out with match tickets listed for each and every England game this summer. 

    Key Man 

    England's squad is rotated a lot and so it's difficult to single out one key individual. England have two expansive full-backs in Kyle Walker and Danny Rose who will be pivotal in supplying the width and be a constant threat at both ends of the pitch. The experience of Joe Hart will be vital, but the key man in midfield will be Dele Alli who will be credited with providing the impetus and creativity between midfield and attack. The Spurs playmaker will be looking to continue his impressive partnership with Harry Kane and he is capabale of causing problems for some of the world's best. 

    The Goals 

    England will be relying uopn Harry Kane in attack if they are to succeed at the 2018 World Cup. The Spurs frontman has been in scintilating form for both club and country and with him on the pitch, anything is possible. Kane has built up a reputation as one of the world's best centre forwards in the word right now and his record is impressive at club level. He has been the top scorer in the Premier League and will be hoping to cap a memorable season with success in Russia at the 2018 World Cup. He will be hoping to thrive off the supply from his Spurs teammates and hope that it will help him gain an advantage. Dele Alli and Eric Dier will be sat behind him in midfield with both Danny Rose and ex-Spurs full-back Kyle Walker providing the crosses from out wide. 

    One to watch out for 

    Raheem Sterling is a player who continues to impress and he now has the experience to really leave his mark on a major tournament with England. The winger has been in fantastic form for Manchester City and appears to have taken his game to the next level having added more goals and assists to his overall game. He has pace to burn and has been a regular figure in the England set-up despite only being 23 years old. 

    Young starlet 

    Marcus Rashford could be the surprise package for England this summer in Russia. The attacker has often been deployed out wide on the left wing and his pace and trickery has caught the eye. He has impressed in qualifying and more than held his own so far on the international stage. He had a taste on major tournament football at Euro 2016 but he has come on leaps and bounds since then and will be keen to leave his mark in Russia. He is a player who shows huge potential and is sure to be a key figure in future England sides at major tournaments in years to come. 

     

     

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Road To Russia 2018

England expects and football fans will be travelling in their thouands as they decend upon Russia for the 2018 World Cup this summer. England finished their qualifying campaign unbeaten after a fairly routine display which saw them top the group with a game to spare. The Three Lions won eight of their ten matches and finshed eight points ahead of both Slovakia and Scotland. Slovenia and Lithuania were further back, with Malta bottom of the group with one point. 

England began qualifying in Lithuania in October 2017 in what proved to be Sam Allardyce's first and last game in charge of England. A late Adam Lallana winner got England off to the perfect start to record a narrow 1-0 win as Gareth Southgate took over the helm. Nine points from the next three matches followed againt Slovenia, Slovakia and Malta before a 2-2 draw at Hampden Park against Scotland ended their winning streak. England then went on to win four out their last five matches with their only blemish being a 0-0 stalemate in Slovenia.  

In defeating Slovenia at Wembley in their penultimate Group F match, they sealed their spot at their sixth consecutive World Cup - matching their previous record set between 1950 and 1970. England will be looking to put their Euro 2016 nightmare behind them and rectify their mistakes which have often proved costly at major tournaments in the past. Buy your England World Cup football tickets now at Football Ticket Pad and book your place at Russia 2018

England appear to be heading in a new direction under Gareth Southgate and will need to find a balance between youth and experience to replace the likes of Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard. Harry Kane looks set to step up to the mantle with young stars like Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford looking to supply the flair. 

Key Players

The current England squad is full of incredibly talented individuals and England have got a big chance of going all the way in Russia this summer at 2018 World Cup. Fans with World Cup tickets will be doing their utmost to ensure that the players come together as one in order to bring the trophy back to London. Football Ticket Pad has picked out several players who will have a big influence on England's 2018 World Cup campaign. 

There is nothing that quite compares to playing in a World Cup. It is the pinnacle of any professional footballer's career and this England squad is full of promise and potenital. Gareth Southagate will be keen to get the best out of the talent at his disposal as he looks to make history as England boss this summer in Russia. England tickets will be in huge demand so get your seats today to avoid missing out with match tickets listed for each and every England game this summer. 

Key Man 

England's squad is rotated a lot and so it's difficult to single out one key individual. England have two expansive full-backs in Kyle Walker and Danny Rose who will be pivotal in supplying the width and be a constant threat at both ends of the pitch. The experience of Joe Hart will be vital, but the key man in midfield will be Dele Alli who will be credited with providing the impetus and creativity between midfield and attack. The Spurs playmaker will be looking to continue his impressive partnership with Harry Kane and he is capabale of causing problems for some of the world's best. 

The Goals 

England will be relying uopn Harry Kane in attack if they are to succeed at the 2018 World Cup. The Spurs frontman has been in scintilating form for both club and country and with him on the pitch, anything is possible. Kane has built up a reputation as one of the world's best centre forwards in the word right now and his record is impressive at club level. He has been the top scorer in the Premier League and will be hoping to cap a memorable season with success in Russia at the 2018 World Cup. He will be hoping to thrive off the supply from his Spurs teammates and hope that it will help him gain an advantage. Dele Alli and Eric Dier will be sat behind him in midfield with both Danny Rose and ex-Spurs full-back Kyle Walker providing the crosses from out wide. 

One to watch out for 

Raheem Sterling is a player who continues to impress and he now has the experience to really leave his mark on a major tournament with England. The winger has been in fantastic form for Manchester City and appears to have taken his game to the next level having added more goals and assists to his overall game. He has pace to burn and has been a regular figure in the England set-up despite only being 23 years old. 

Young starlet 

Marcus Rashford could be the surprise package for England this summer in Russia. The attacker has often been deployed out wide on the left wing and his pace and trickery has caught the eye. He has impressed in qualifying and more than held his own so far on the international stage. He had a taste on major tournament football at Euro 2016 but he has come on leaps and bounds since then and will be keen to leave his mark in Russia. He is a player who shows huge potential and is sure to be a key figure in future England sides at major tournaments in years to come. 

 

 

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