Friday, 15th November, 2013

England manager Roy Hodgson believes his charges have to work really hard in order to keep the nation’s unbeaten streak intact ahead of their friendly matches against Chile and Germany.

The Three Lions are undefeated in 10 matches, having last tasted defeat after going down 4-2 against Sweden in a friendly game on 14th November 2012.


And Hodgson, who admits Chile and Germany are good teams, urged his players to maintain their impressive record in the two friendlies at Wembley Stadium.

The manager also revealed that England have done their homework on Chile, who they will be up against tonight.


"Everyone knows how good Germany are. For the players who are selected for these games, they're going to have a lot of work to do”, he explained to the FA’s official site.

“They're going to have to work very hard if we're going to maintain our unbeaten record. It's going to be an exciting couple of games at Wembley.

"We've done our pre-match [preparation] on Chile already. We have great respect for them and think they're an excellent football team."

After facing Chile tonight at Wembley Stadium, England will welcome Germany to the ground four days later.

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