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James Ward-Prowse Raring To Go

James Ward-Prowse Raring To Go

I envisage many Saints fans watching the match against Egypt tonight as England U20's strive to qualify for the next round of the U 20 World Cup being played in Turkey.

Peter Taylor`s England side go into their game with Egypt in Bursa knowing that a win will be good enough to see them into the last 16 of the competition.

That could be either in the top two of the group or in third place, depending on how the game between Chile and Iraq progresses in Antalya.

England will be facing a side that lost both opening games and will be feeling down.

The Southampton midfielder told FATV: "We want to finish top of the group and they need to win to stay in it.

"It`s going to be a really interesting game and both teams are going to be up for it.

"There`s a different feel to this stadium but the pitch here is really nice and I think it`s conducive to the style of football that we want to play."

All we can say is good luck tonight and enjoy the experience.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Saturday June 29 2013
Time: 1:04PM

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England should have won with the chances that they made but they did not know how to put the ball into the net. Kane missed a handful of glorious chances. JW-P did ok.
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29/06/2013 20:53:00
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