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England win as hosts prepare for crucial match

RUSSIA 2018: Your day six update from the World Cup

RUSSIA 2018: Your day six update from the World Cup

England’s 2-1 win over Tunisia on Monday has dominated the headlines this morning.

Harry Kane bagged a brace, including a last-gasp winner, to give Gareth Southgate’s men a fine start to their Group G campaign. John Stones, Kyle Walker and Raheem Sterling all started the game in Volgograd, with Fabian Delph an unused substitute.

Elsewhere, Belgium beat Panama 3-0 in Sochi, and Sweden narrowly beat South Korea thanks to an Andreas Granqvist penalty.

Today sees Group H get under way as Colombia take on Japan and Poland face Senegal, while host nation Russia play their second match of the tournament as they face Saudi Arabia in Moscow.

Monday’s fixtures:

Sweden 1-0 South Korea

Belgium 3-0 Panama

England 2-1 Tunisia

Tuesday’s fixtures:

1pm Colombia v Japan BBC

4pm Poland v Senegal ITV

7pm Russia v Egypt BBC

Media Watch

Media Watch: Midfielder closes in on City switch?

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England’s win over Tunisia in their opening match of this summer’s World Cup is the main story across today’s back pages – but there is a growing feeling Manchester City are set to complete a significant transfer.

All the latest Man City news, views and transfer gossip from across print and digital media.

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