England's forward Daniel Sturridge (L) on June 14, 2014 in Manaus and Uruguay's forward Edinson Cavani on June 14, 2014 in Fortaleza. (AFP PHOTO / ODD ANDERSEN - CHRISTOPHE SIMON)
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The whole of England seems to have an opinion on what Roy Hodgson should do with Wayne Rooney for their Group D clash against Uruguay Thursday.It was the under-fire forward's inviting cross swatted home by Daniel Sturridge that got England level against Italy in their opener Saturday but, posted on the left, Rooney looked short of fitness and struggled with defensive duties at times.Despite the clamour in some quarters for Rooney to be dropped to the bench, Hodgson is likely to switch him to a central role behind Sturridge, pushing the jet-heeled Raheem Sterling out wide to romp up and down Uruguay's right.Striker Sturridge acknowledged the level of performance promised much for the future but said England could not be satisfied with being unlucky losers.
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