Familiarity of club colleagues can spur England to greater good in France this summer, says Harry Kane

It might not go down well at the Emirates Stadium, but when England line up against Russia on 11 June at the Stade Velodrome, you would hope that Danny Rose and Kyle Walker are at full-back, that Eric Dier is screening the back four and Dele Alli and Harry Kane are spearheading the attack.
In tournament football five is a magic number. The last three World Cups and two of the last three European Championships have been won by a team regularly fielding five or more players from a single club.
At the Etihad Stadium on Sunday evening, you could see why.

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