Brian Eastick is expecting a tough test tonight when his U19 side take on Switzerland at Crewe.
England U19 v Switzerland
International U19 Friendly
7.30pm, 14 November 2006
The Alexandra Stadium, Crewe Alexandra FC
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Brian Eastick is expecting a tough test tonight when his U19 side take on Switzerland at Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday night.
Following four games against top quality opposition this season Eastick's side are unbeaten, but have also yet to register a win during this campaign.
In the games against Holland, Spain, Italy and Austria, England's Young Lions have scored five goals and will be looking to secure their first victory at Crewe on Tuesday evening.
"The objective is to win tonight but hopefully we can do it by playing good quality football," Eastick told TheFA.com.
"Of the games we have played thus far, the match against Spain proved to be of a particularly high quality with both teams playing some excellent football.
"Against Italy we were the much better team but failed to be clinical enough in the final third of the pitch - something we will need to improve on if qualification is to be achieved."
Eastick was also pleased that England's young players would be playing at a ground that has seen a great deal of youth development over the years.
"It seems somewhat appropriate that fixtures like tonight's are played here at Crewe Alexandra, a club that has an outstanding record for developing young players and then giving them the opportunity to flourish in the first team.
"Both here at Gresty Road and at the club's training ground the facilities are now the envy of many a bigger club. Having known Dario Gradi as a good friend for over 25 years, I know how far this club has come during his tenure as Manager."
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