Striker 'raring to go' as England seek to avoid same fate as Russia and Poland
LAST UPDATED AT 07:56 ON Sun 17 Jun 2012
ROY HODGSON will almost certainly select Wayne Rooney for England's crucial game against the Ukraine on Tuesday. Rooney has sat out England's first two matches in Group D of Euro 2012 because of a pre-tournament suspension but he's now free to play and the England coach has no fears about starting with him on Tuesday night.
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