England qualified from Group G thanks to wins over Tunisia and Panama and with their place booked they fielded a second-string side in their 1-0 defeat to a similarly weakened Belgium in a unusual final group game that neither side showed much desire to win.
"We had good news after medical tests, he doesn't have a serious injury". It was not clear if he would join in once the media had left. "So we still have one and a half days to see how he feels".
Pekerman said Luis Muriel, who had replaced Rodriguez against Senegal, was an option once more should the midfielder be ruled out.
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Murray is taking nothing for granted, though, and said on Saturday: "I have to view it very much day by day". Edmund lost his quarter-final match 5-7 6-3 6-1 to Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin on Thursday.
Rodriguez, whose involvement is questionable as he is suffering from swelling in his leg, was the Golden Boot victor in 2014 with six goals and before his fitness problems was showing signs of that form again. It is different when you change five, six and seven players. "I think he can do great things wherever he plays, and with the national team even more". My team has managed to develop in this sense.
"This gives us an important opportunity because we have played very tough, decisive matches until now", Pekerman said. I can only say it is attractive to be here and to play against England.
Colombia's qualification went down to the wire in their last group match with Senegal. "This has made us stronger, more confident and we believe more in ourselves".
"We are very self-confident and that will compensate for the fact that they are more rested". "He brings many skills to the pitch so of course we take him into account and we think he will be able to coordinate well if he has to play".