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Uruguay face England in a match that neither can afford to slip-up in, after losing their opening Group D match.
A Luis Suarez-less Uruguay were stunned by Costa Rica on Saturday, despite taking an early lead through Edinson Cavani.
Joel Campbell caused Diego Lugano and Diego Godin all manner of problems, scoring one and assisting the killer third.
Uruguay face an uphill battle to qualify from the group now, with England and Italy, the perceived best two sides in the group to come.
Oscar Tabarez’s side simply can’t afford to play as bad as they did on the weekend again, otherwise an early exit is guaranteed.
As for England they performed well for long periods against Italy, however still ended up losing 2-1.
Claudio Marchisio and Daniel Sturridge exchanged strikes in the first half, which the Italians dominated.
England were the better side in the second period though, but Mario Balotelli’s header won the game for Italy.
Roy Hodgson’s men are still favourites to qualify from the group with Italy and a result on Thursday would go a long way to helping them progress.
England have a slightly better record in their 10 meetings, winning four to Uruguay’s three.
Joe Cole scored a last minute winner in their last meeting back in 2006, with Uruguay’s last win back in 1990.
World Cup best: Uruguay twice winners (Most recent 1950); England winners (1966)
2010 World Cup: Uruguay fourth; England last 16
Expect Suarez to return for Uruguay, despite his injury that kept him out of the Costa Rica defeat.
Diego Forlan is the one who is set to make way, after a poor performance on Saturday, although anyone could make way.
Maxi Pereira was shown a straight red card in the defeat and is suspended for the clash with England, meaning his name sake, Alvaro will come in.
Expect to see Martin Caceres switch to right-back, in a move that will see A. Pereira switch to left-back.
England could name the same starting XI that performed well against Italy for long periods.
There have been calls for Wayne Rooney to make way, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Adam Lallana in contention.
Jack Wilshere is likely to start on the bench again, meaning Jordan Henderson will continue to partner captain Steven Gerrard.
Uruguay (4-4-2): Muslera; Caceres, Lugano, Godin, A. Pereira, Arevalo Rios, Gargano, Stuani, Rodriguez, Cavani, Suarez
England (4-2-3-1): Hart, Johnson, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines, Gerrard, Henderson, Welbeck, Sterling, Rooney, Sturridge
Prediction : After just recovering from knee surgery, Luis Suarez looks well short of match fitness, and with England eager to take the positives from their Itgaly defeat, the 5/1 on England to win with Paddy Power is dripping with value.
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It should be a cracking game, and one in which England fans will ultimately be sent home smiling!