England's Adam Lallana in action with Italy's Leonardo Bonucci. (REUTERS/David Klein)
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Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is determined to make a late-season push to secure his place in the England World Cup squad despite missing a majority of the campaign through injury.The 29-year-old, who sat out the first half of the campaign after suffering a pre-season thigh strain, believes greater involvement in Liverpool's run-in will bolster his chances of being included in Gareth Southgate's 23-man squad for Russia.Lallana has likened his situation to that of Darren Anderton, who had an injury-blighted spell at Tottenham Hotspur but managed to seal a place in England's 1998 World Cup squad and played all four of the side's matches in France.
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