Kane says he is ‘ready to go’ for Champions League final

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This season, the Champions League final has been delayed and with the Nations League scheduled to start in June, Carragher feels it could a huge blow for Gareth Southgate and his side.

"I don't think we can take anything from the two Premier League games going into a final", he added.

"The only thing we hope is that it's iconic because it's the game that got us into the final that we won".

The awful errors by goalkeeper Loris Karius were crucial to the outcome and the injury to Mohamed Salah was another hammer blow, but they have a chance to put a sixth Champions League trophy into the cabinet and will be desperate to take it. We have big qualities and, above everything, we'll play with a big heart.

Speaking to the Guardian, Poch summed up his dilemma fairly matter-of-factly: "Whether to start him is a point we're thinking about a lot".

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All you need to do is head over to either of BT Sport website or BT Sport YouTube channel (or Virgin Media channel 100/532, if you have it) at around 7pm on Wednesday and/or Saturday and then drink in the build-up. "I've been unfortunate but, of course, when something happens four or five times, you always look to see if there are any improvements you can make". Harry could still come into that mix and has done very well for us whenever he has played with England, so is a player we like. I've been in full training, doing everything.

Robertson said that the relationship between the players and fans at a club like Liverpool remains out of this world and encourages the team to do their best to give the fans great memories.

Pochettino will ultimately have the colossal decision to make and it's taking up much of the pre-match talk. "As long as we can do that then we believe that everyone will be celebrating".

"It's similar to the preparation for the World Cup because people arrived at different times depending on whether they were finished at the end of the league season, played in the FA Cup or played in the Champions League".