England which is part of the 32 teams taking part in the 2014 FIFA World Cup is on the final preparation for the 23 man squad which Roy Hodgson is set to unveil on 13th day of May.
The England’s manager expects Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere and Phil Jagielka to be part of the 2014 World Cup contention.
The England’s preparations have however received a series of setbacks from the injuries that have affected Theo Walcott who is the forward player of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur’s winger Andros Townsend and even Jay Rodriguez who plays for Southampton.
Roy has also expressed fears of the miss out by Kyle Walker, the Hotspurs full back as he is suffering from a pelvic related problem.
There are also a number of senior players who are now feared of missing a place in Roy’s 23 man squad since they are having injuries that have even limited their involvement in the club level.
Jagielka who is having a hamstring injury, Wilshere a broken foot and Chamberlain who has a groin are all in the race of securing a place into the England’s squad more so as their coach is set to name the 30 man provisional squad on 13th May.
On the other hand, Hodgson is much confident that the trio will be fit to be in his squad. Roy said that Jack Wilshere has been participating in the training sessions with Arsenal although not playing hence believes that he is now fit for the world cup.
Roy adds that he is not for either you play the season’s last game or you don’t go rule. Hodgson says that he spoke to Arsenal boss who said Wilshere’s holding back is because they do not want to have an early push on him.
He also eyes Gary Cahill who despite the problem has been part of the training sessions. He further adds that Cahill may be back on the pitch this Saturday when they play against Manchester City.