Sunday Jul 22, 2018
Sunday Jul 22,2018
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Captain Harry Kane and the rest of Gareth Southgate's squad train at their Zelenogorsk base camp on Monday before travelling to Moscow
July 2, 2018
Updated: July 2, 2018 01:13 PM
England play Colombia in their World Cup last-16 match on Tuesday in what is one of the biggest games in the country's recent history.
Captain Harry Kane and the rest of Gareth Southgate's squad train at their Zelenogorsk base camp on Monday before travelling to Moscow ahead of Tuesday's match at the city's Spartak Stadium.
England finished second in Group G behind Belgium, while Colombia topped Group H.
Both are hoping to join France, Uruguay, Russia and Croatia in the quarter-finals.
There are two last-16 ties on Monday: Brazil v Mexico (6pm) and Belgium v Japan (10pm)
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