Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford sees their clash with Fulham today as a must-win.
Rashford is determined that they won’t head into the World Cup break on the back of a defeat, when they travel to Fulham this afternoon.
And he will be shelving all thoughts of glory in Qatar, and his delight at an England recall, to focus on the job at Craven Cottage.
He said: “We dropped points last weekend, and we can’t afford to drop more back-to-back. So it’s important for us to put in a big performance and get a win.
“It will be the last time we play together for a while, so it is important to leave with good energy, positive vibes, and momentum. You don’t want to leave on a loss.”