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Both teams should end up qualifying for the championship in Basel, although Roy Hodgson has targeted a flying start, with Wayne Rooney expected to be deployed in the striking role in front of Raheem Sterling.
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Hodgson claims his team are up for the challenge and has asked them to respond to criticism at the 2014 World Cup in the right way.
“Am I seeing the nasty side of the job? No,” said Hodgson. “There is no nasty side. I love this job. It’s a magnificent job. To have the chance to coach your country is the pinnacle of any coaching career. I am aware that, after the enormous disappointment of the World Cup, there may have been a slight swing in popularity. I’d have been surprised had there not been. But the real support and popularity [that counts] is with the group of players I work with.
“I want to be respected by the players for the job I can do as a professional. That’s all that bothers me. I need them to believe that we can move forward and achieve things and I get good vibrations and feelings from them. I’m sure we will never, really, be able to explain to people how badly we felt on the plane home from Brazil. It’s all very well being asked how you feel – you try to put words to it – but the feelings we had in the dressing room after the Uruguay game in São Paulo will live with us for a long time. It’s up to us now to perform.
“Is it enough for us to come here, put 10 men behind the ball and sneak a 0-0? No, I’d say it isn’t. We have to play well and, if it costs us the result, we have to make sure we learn from losing the battle and make sure we win the war. Winning this game does not make us a great team in 2016. Neither does losing it make us a poor team in 2016. We are carrying on the process we started two years ago, despite the massive blow of the World Cup, and we have to make sure after these next two years we are very, very strong.”