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England’s Daniel Sturridge Ruled Out of Ukraine Match With Thigh Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

daniel sturridge Englands Daniel Sturridge Ruled Out of Ukraine Match With Thigh Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

England’s attacking options for Tuesday night’s World Cup qualifying match are dwindling. With Danny Welbeck out due to an accumulation of yellow cards, and Wayne Rooney still injured with a gash in his head, Roy Hodgson found out today that striker Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out due to a thigh injury.

James Milner is tipped to replace Danny Welbeck, but a lot of the pressure to score goals for England on Tuesday will rest on the shoulders of Rickie Lambert, who has had two very impressive appearances for England in succession.

Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:

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