Despite only grabbing a 1-1 draw against Montenegro on Tuesday, England manager still believe that their qualification chance for upcoming World Cup 2014 remains in their hands, though they're still trailing the Balkan side.
The 1-1 draw between Montenegro against England in their latest World Cup 2014 qualification received positive reaction from both national team tacticians as the result was being considered as a fair one.
England national team skipper Steven Gerrard proved his worth stating that England did not feel any fear on their opponent, Montenegro, especially their two super stars, Stevan Jovetic along with Mirko Vucinic.
The hostile atmosphere of Podgorica is something that England players have apparently prepared for ahead of their match against Montenegro on Tuesday as just like what Steven Gerrard revealed before the match that he along with his teammates have already watched what will they be facing.
The upcoming clash between Montenegro against England is set to be filled with plenty intimidation as ahead of the game, the Balkan outfit's head coach Branko Brnovic said that their opponent are scared as the Three Lions players were complaining about the pitch condition despite their preference of playing long ball.
England national side will face a difficult match against Montenegro on Tuesday, but the Three Lions head coach Roy Hodgson refused opinion stating that his side are content to play for a draw this Tuesday.
On Monday, England national arrived in Podgorica, ahead of their important World Cup 2014 qualifying match against Montenegro this Tuesday, March 26. Roy Hodgson's men will be facing a difficult test as their opponent are currently the leading the group ahead of the Three Lions side, so a win is essential if Steven Gerrard and co are keen on grabbing that top spot.
Montenegro are gearing up for an important test on their current World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign as they will be facing Montenegro on Tuesday, March 26. Although currently leading the group ahead of their upcoming opponent, the Balkan outfit acknowledged they won't be playing an easy match this midweek as defender Miodrag Dzudovic is expecting a tough match.
On Tuesday, when the rain temporarily postponed England's tie against Poland, Montenegro gave a warning shot for Roy Hodgson's men as they beat home team Ukraine 1-0.
Ukraine who were minutes away from securing a victory over England before conceding a late equalizer not long ago, was caught by a single goal scored by Dejan Damjanovic just before the break.