Watch England U20s train, as Three Lions stake their claims for place in World Cup opener
It's now only two days until England U20s open their World Cup campaign with a game against Iraq in Antalya on Sunday.
The tournament in Turkey kicks-off on Friday evening and with the England's games drawing closer, there has been an increased intensity in training for the Three Lions.
After a week of acclimatisation training and a practice match win over Uruguay, Peter Taylor's squad
moved to their World Cup base in Antalya on Wednesday afternoon.
And they trained at their first official World Cup session on Thursday evening, with Sunday's game now coming sharply into focus.
With all of the players keen to make Taylor's starting eleven against Iraq, training ended with a competitive and intensive game situation, with some fine goals scored, decent moves created and top saves made.
Keep your eye out for Harry Kane and Chris Long both showing their finishing ability, Ross Barkley's shooting power almost breaking the goal-posts, Jon Flanagan's clever passing and 'keepers Sam Johnstone and Connor Ripley keeping busy.
were there to catch the action, so watch highlights of the session below.