England will face sweltering conditions when they begin their World Cup campaign against Italy in the middle of the Amazonian rainforest on June 14.

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Frank Lampard is the oldest player in Roy Hodgson's squad - the midfielder will turn 36 a week after the game in Manaus. But he will have to play at Russia 2018 to beat Sir Stanley Matthews, who played in the 1954 tournament aged 39.

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Staying hydrated will be the key for England's players as they attempt to beat Italy in energy-sapping 80% humidity with temperatures comfortably over 30'C, even by night.

It's recommended that players consume two litres of water before and during the game, with too little or too much likely to have a severe impact on their performance.

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The pace at which England players run will also have a huge bearing on their ability to stay in the game in the conditions.

Frank Lampard's average running speed of 4.7mph is about as high as it gets - any faster would definitely mean getting hooked by half-time.

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