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Video: Three Lions Up Front – England prepare to make their World Cup entrance

PUBLISHED: 10:39 16 June 2014 | UPDATED: 10:39 16 June 2014

England expects - sort of - in Brazil.

England expects - sort of - in Brazil.

PA Wire

Mustard Sport’s show continues to celebrate this summer’s World Cup, as Three Up Front goes Three Lions crazy – with England preparing to begin their Brazil campaign.

Michael Bailey is joined in the Mustard studio by Forces2Canaries chairman and England fan Neville Townsend, to look ahead to England’s Group D games against Italy on Saturday, June 14, and then Uruguay on the following Thursday.

The show also includes the second adopted Three Lions Up Front World Cup Player of the Week for you all to follow.

To watch this week’s episode of Three Lions Up Front – England prepare to make their World Cup 2014 entrance – click here

To get involved in the show just tweet your three-word verdicts, comments and questions on England’s World Cup campaign and the rest of the tournament in Brazil using the hashtag #3upfront to either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV

Mustard Sport has hit Norwich’s freeview televisions on channel eight, as well as continuing online – so make sure you keep an eye out for how to catch our full sports coverage at

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