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Glenn Douglas has revealed the challenge facing England coach Trevor Bayliss ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Scotland is to play as soon as possible.
The 36-year-old midfielder has also explained that one of his main responsibilities will be to keep an eye on how his replacement, Tom Rogic, is performing.
It has been another difficult World Cup for the England players as Douglas, who joined from Aston Villa in the summer of 2015, has seen his opportunities diminish during the process.
However, the England boss confirmed he would be ready for Scotland after seeing Douglas play for the national team as he prepared to make his last game for his old club against Australia last October.
«Tom Rogic has got a great reputation in Scotland, he’s very, very well respected and that should continue as well,» said Bayliss.
«He has been absolutely fantastic for us, we know what we have got, we know what he brings and obviously we know where he is at the moment because he has been on the pitch and I’m sure 바카라 사이트 추천he’ll continue to be on the pitch for us in this game.
«But it is also a little bit about keeping tabs on him and getting us a little bit quicker at the moment as it is.
«We’ve got a couple of games left and when you finish your season on a good note you do get the motivation to go out and try and go out and score some goals and he had two of those, to put them in the net.»
Bayliss has made only one change from the side which won its two prior World Cups to take the game to Spain in November 2010.
He picked for Ben Gibson who was absent against Spain and did not train on Friday.
Doubtful to play
Derek Shaw is doubtful to play for Scotland as his hamstring injury worsens.
There is no suggestion that Shaw will require surgery, with Bayliss pointing out that the full-back has been working towards a return to football in his last months.
However, the Scottish international has insisted that he will not be rushed into a return.
«로얄 바카라We’re not going to rush him into anything,» said Bayliss. «I just think that he can go ahead as a precautionary measure to try and keep him out of a real situation if he does get to the point where he would need to be out for a while.