Young striker Marcos Rashford has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of England's World Cup opening match against Tunisia on June 18 after coach Gareth Southgate said he had suffered a "slight knock" in a training session.
Rashford, 20, missed England's opening session in Russian Federation on Wednesday and worked separately from the main group on Thursday.
The Football Association also earlier indicated Rashford's absence was only a precautionary measure, but the Manchester United forward was conspicuous by his absence from the first session at Spartak Zelenogorsk's stadium.
"We have another week of preparation and a lot of competition for places, as you know", Southgate told reporters on Tuesday upon arrival at Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg.
The 20-year-old had bolstered his chances of starting the Group G opener with a man-of-the-match display in last week's 2-0 friendly send-off win against Costa Rica.
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The squad landed in Russian Federation on Tuesday, and their preparations continue as they get ready to take on Tunisia on Monday night in their first game of the 2018 World Cup.
"He doesn't really like to be overloaded in midfield so, if he does see that, then I tuck in so we go as a back three".
"But I'm a team player. The FA have spoken to us security-wise and I've got every confidence in them and with family going out there".
"I'd be surprised if the majority of players did not say the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world". I'm a defender first and foremost, and if I'm playing right centre-half, I am even more of a defender than the wing backs.
"I said to all of the team before the game: 'I expect to see mistakes tonight and if I don't there'd probably be a problem because we won't be trying to be as good as we might'".