England's striker Harry Kane (3rd R) talks to England's manager Roy Hodgson (2nd R) during an England football team training session at St George's Park in Burton-on-Trent, central England on May 20, 2016. / AFP / Paul ELLIS /
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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane hopes to get an opportunity to partner Jamie Vardy when England tackle Turkey Sunday in the first of their three Euro 2016 warm-up matches.England manager Roy Hodgson is expected to approach Euro 2016 with a two-man strike-force operating in front of a midfield diamond, although he has also utilized a 4-3-3 system on occasion.With Rooney, England's captain and record goal-scorer, now operating in a midfield role for United, there could be an opportunity for Kane and Vardy to form an enduring partnership up front."He won the Premier League, so there isn't much I can really say!"With his United and Liverpool players absent, Hodgson had only 19 members of his 26-man squad at his disposal for training Thursday ahead of Sunday's match at the home of Manchester City, which is followed by games against Australia and Portugal.
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