England's Dele Alli and Kieran Trippier during training. Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
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England approach Tuesday's friendly against Italy grappling with a familiar set of recurring problems that seem to resurface whenever major football tournaments approach.Alli's chances may be further restricted if England go into the tournament with the 3-5-2 formation employed in Amsterdam as Southgate might opt for Raheem Sterling alongside Kane on the back of the 23-year-old's fine club season with Manchester City.The same can no longer be said about Arsenal's Jack Wilshere who, although long-touted as the answer to England's problems in the midfield section, is once again absent injured and appears to be too brittle for a major tournament.
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