England Under-21s trained for the final time in Israel ahead of meeting with the hosts
Israel v England
UEFA European Under-21 Championship
Group A Match
5pm (BST), Wednesday 11 June 2013
Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem
Roy Hodgson was in Netanya on Monday as England Under-21s trained for the final time in Israel.
The England Manager looked on as the young Lions prepared for Tuesday night's meeting with the hosts.
After defeat in their first two matches, Stuart Pearce's men are looking to go out with a victory at the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem.
England's players have been disappointed by their two performances so far at the Finals, and their early exit, and striker Nathan Delfouneso says they have to play for pride.
"We came here to win the tournament, but unfortunately things haven't gone our way," the Aston Villa man told TheFA.com.
"We've got to use this as a learning curve for everyone's careers, put it down as part of our education and move on from this.
"Against Israel we need to go out there and give it everything to get the win for our country."
The team head south from their tournament base to the Israeli capital on Monday evening. A press conference at the stadium will be followed by a night's stay in Jerusalem ahead of the match.
As usual, FATV were at Monday's training session. You can watch highlights in the media player below or check out the photo gallery above.
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