Football Soccer - Euro 2016 - England Training - Stade des Bourgognes - Chantilly - 7/6/16 England's Adam Lallana during training REUTERS/Lee Smith
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England must ignore talks about their Euro 2016 prospects and focus instead on getting off to a good start in their tournament opener against Russia Saturday, midfielder Adam Lallana has said.With England fielding the youngest squad in what is the first major tournament for several of their players, Lallana felt it could work in favor of the Three Lions.Forward Daniel Sturridge urged team mates to put egos aside to preserve team unity during the tournament in France.Wales and Slovakia are the other teams in Group B.
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