The rest of the world beware! Southampton have enjoyed a brilliant season in the Premier League and their in-form players could be a secret weapon for England this summer
Should Rickie Lambert and Luke Shaw go to Brazil? Can Adam Lallana be England's match-winner? Sky Sports' Matt Le Tissier, a Southampton legend in his playing career, gives us the answers
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One to watch
No.37 - Luke Shaw
It is incredible to think that Southampton's left-back will not turn 19 years old until the day of this World Cup's third place play-off on 12th July and fans will be dreaming that England are still looking forward at that stage. Defensively secure and also an attacking threat, the multi-talented Shaw will be a regular for his country for years.
Who to follow
No.37 - @FootballRamble
Offers a lighthearted look at the Beautiful Game and is the place to find the more offbeat news from the World Cup. From pictures of a laid-back Dimitar Berbatov to images of Massimo Cellino playing electric guitar, Football Ramble will not disappoint. Check it out during this summer's finals for what is sure to be entertaining opinion.
World Cup greats
No.37 - Gary Lineker
Now better known as the presenter of a popular Saturday night football show and crisp salesman, the Leicester-born striker scored a total of 10 World Cup goals across two tournaments, including six in Mexico '86 to pick up the golden boot. Another four at Italia '90 helped England to the semi-finals where they lost on penalties.