Marcus Rashford returns to England training at World Cup
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 15/06/18 11:05am
Marcus Rashford is taking part in full England training for the first time since they arrived in Russia for the World Cup.
The Manchester United forward had missed the first two days training with a minor knee injury but took to the field at England's training base on Friday.
Rashford was joined by all 22 of his England team-mates, meaning Gareth Southgate has no injury concerns heading into England's World Cup opener against Tunisia on Monday.
Sky sources understand Rashford is unlikely to start in the Group G game, with Southgate set to choose Harry Kae and Raheem Sterling as his two forwards.
The 20-year-old trained on his own in the gym on Thursday, but team-mate Kieran Trippier said he expected Rashford to be fit for the opening game.
Following the match with Tunisia, England will take on Panama and Belgium