World Cup 2022: No injury concerns as England train for first time in Qatar

All 26 members of England’s World Cup squad trained in Qatar for the first time on Wednesday afternoon.

Manager Gareth Southgate led the way as his side took to the field at the Al Wakrah Sports Complex, close to the team’s hotel base for the finals.

Kyle Walker was the most surprising inclusion, the Manchester City full-back having just recovered from groin surgery as assistant manager Steve Holland gave a lengthy team-talk at the start of the session.

James Maddison was also present after limping off early on in Leicester’s weekend win over West Ham.

The Three Lions begin their tournament against Iran on Monday.