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A little too early to jump out of the water and into the sand, but still a worthy goal.
After a good week of the UEFA Champions League, England are looking forward to playing their next opponent at the Aviva Stadium at just after midnight (AEST) on Saturday.
But this is an opponent with history and a place in the Premier League.
That’s not going to stop them getting off to a good start either, with the Aussies looking to defend their UEFA Champions League crown for the first time this season.
For an opponent playing in their own stadium at their own ground, the Aussies will have to do without David Beckham but he won’t be absent for long.
The match will be a massive test of nerves and talent between two of English football’s main teams.
A team who will be hoping they can replicate their record, if not surpass it, of winning back to back UEFA Champions League crowns against Real Madrid back in the 2010 and 2012 seasons.
Having picked up just two points the last two matches, and failing to progress out of their group, in the 2012 UEFA Champions League, they have a long way to go to get a chance to do the same against the defending champions’ top five.
However, if they can get their feet wet in their last home tie, then they might just force the question of will they ever be a good enough side to beat Ronaldo and company.
Will they go all the way to the Final?
While some of the players are out with major injuries, or out of form while they are away from home (the Manchester United midfielder Scott Parker and Everton’s Gerard Deulofeu have both been left out), the rest of their squad will be in high spirits for their first Europa League clash of the season.
After being out of Europe since the 2010/11 season, the Aussies have a few familiar faces out on holiday ahead of this fixture, with Everton midfielder John Stones and Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke returning home after taking time off for England.
Having started off the 2012 season off on a good note with five consecutive wins after winning their
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