Uri Gellar reveals power of the number 11 that will help get England to the World Cup final
Wednesday, 11 July 2018 ( 1 week ago)
Uri Geller, who appeared on This Morning via video link, told how the figure is a recurring theme in both the current tournament, and England's road to World Cup triumph in 1966 - to gasps from Holly and Phil.
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England's players had their final training session at their base in Repino, Russia, on Friday before travelling to the south-eastern city of Samara for Saturday's World Cup quarter-final against Sweden. ▶ England train ahead of Sweden clash 02:43
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