Sprinting Races, Shooting Practice & Foden v Walker v Stones Two Touch | Inside Training | England

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England new-boys Ollie Watkins and Sam Johnstone join the squad at St. George’s Park, as the Three Lions squad trained ahead of tonight’s World Cup qualifier against San Marino.

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