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Welbeck A Doubt For Italy

England could be without Danny Welbeck for the world cup opener with Italy at the weekend after a possible injury was picked up in training on Tuesday.

Welbeck, a firm favourite of Roy Hodgson's since he became manager having scored 8-goals in 20 internationals under him, is thought to have a thigh problem that was picked up in a training session yesterday.

An update will be given today but as things stand it looks as though the Man United man will be missing the game against Italy?

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Date:Wednesday June 11 2014

Time: 9:27AM

 

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