By Robbie Blakeley, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Three Lions come to Brazil having made a mountain out of a molehill of what looked to be a simple qualification group. But now, having made it to the finals, they will have their work cut out once again after being drawn in what appears to be the toughest of the eight groups.
England are in Group D, the only mini-league to contain three former world champions. Beside the 1966 champions, Italy and Uruguay, as well as Costa Rica, make up the teams in England's way.