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James Maddison arrives at St. George's Park in Burton ahead of flying out with his England team-mates to Qatar.
Luke Shaw is among the players to welcome James Maddison to camp as England's squad comes together in Burton.
Arriving in Qatar
Papy Mendy and his Senegal colleagues land at Hamad International Airport in Doha ahead of the Qatar finals.
The England squad
Foxes midfielder James Maddison proudly poses with the class of 2022 for England.
Hard at work
Papy Mendy and his Senegal team-mates strike a pose during a gym session in the build-up to the tournament. Credit: @FootballSenegal.
James Maddison is officially presented with the No.25 shirt by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales before England fly to Qatar.
Landing in Qatar
A warm welcome for James Maddison and the England squad in Qatar.
A first training session
In slightly cooler evening conditions, James Maddison trains for the first time in Qatar.
During a press conference, James Maddison explained how he wants to 'take his chance' in Qatar this winter.
A spot of darts
Leicester's No.10 goes head-to-head with members of the travelling press pack at England's training camp.
Preparing with a win
Daniel Amartey celebrates with opening goalscorer Mohammed Salisu in Ghana's 2-0 warm-up victory over Switzerland in Abu Dhabi. Credit: GFA Communications.
Goalkeeper Danny Ward poses for official FIFA photographs during Wales' media day this week.
James Maddison has also taken his photos for the media at England's training base.
Back out in the sunshine
Extreme heat greets James Maddison again as he puts the work in ahead of England's opener.
Striking a pose
Papy Mendy is the next Leicester City star to get in front of a camera in Qatar.
Youri in Qatar
The Belgium squad have arrived in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup, led off the plane by Foxes star Youri Tielemans.
Deep in conversation with Jan Vertonghen, Timothy Castagne also disembarks the Belgium plane.
World Cup ready
Wout Faes is also in Qatar ahead of his first-ever major international tournament.
After friendly action in Abu Dhabi in midweek, Daniel Amartey and his Ghana team-mates are in Qatar now too.
Leicester City & Belgium's No.8
Media duties for Youri Tielemans upon arrival in Qatar on the weekend before the World Cup stars.
Faes ready for the World Cup
Wout Faes, who has just one Belgium cap, poses for photos ahead of the tournament.
Loud & proud
Timothy Castagne shows his colours on the eve of the World Cup.
Defender Dan Amartey smiles for the cameras during Ghana's media open day.
A supporting role
After being ruled out with a minor injury, James Maddison was there to support his team-mates as England beat Iran 6-2.
Our first starter
Papy Mendy became the first LCFC player to appear in Qatar - and the Club's 17th to ever feature at a FIFA World Cup finals - as Senegal took on the Netherlands.
Words of encouragement
Youri Tielemans started for Belgium as the Red Devils sealed a 1-0 win over Canada. The Foxes midfielder was withdrawn at half-time.
Doing what needs to be done
Timothy Castagne also started and contributed with some key defensive actions against Canada.
Daniel Amartey lined up for Ghana in their opening match, a 3-2 defeat by Portugal.
Called into action
Danny Ward was a second-half substitute for Wales as they were defeated 2-0 by Iran.
Papy Mendy celebrating an opening goal for Senegal in their group stage match against Qatar - a 3-1 win.
Eyes on the ball
Timothy Castagne challenging Hakim Ziyech for possession of the football in Belgium's penultimate group stage match - a 2-0 defeat by Morocco. Youri Tielemans also featured for the Red Devils.
Out on the grass
Three Lions training for James Maddison, who will be hoping to make his FIFA World Cup debut against Wales.
A first win in Qatar
Dan Amartey toasts Ghana's dramatic 3-2 victory over South Korea on Monday.
Euphoria for Dan Amartey and his team-mates at the full-time whistle.
All smiles in training
James Maddison and England continue preparations for Tuesday evening's crucial group stage clash with Wales.
Arriving in Doha
Papy Mendy and his team-mates enter Khalifa International Stadium as Senegal face Ecuador in their final Group A match.
Papy Mendy can't hide his delight after Senegal qualify for the last-16 with a 2-1 triumph over Ecuador.
In the matchday squad
James Maddison lines up alongside his England team-mates to sing the national anthem ahead of kick-off at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium.
Ward for Wales
Danny Ward salutes the Wales fans following full-time in Al Rayyan. The Dragons were beaten 3-0 by England in their final Group B fixture.
The defender in action during Belgium's final group fixture against Croatia, which ended in a goalless draw, sending his side out of the tournament.
Farewell to Belgium
Youri Tielemans and his Belgium team-mates applaud the travelling fans in Al Rayyan following the disappointment of being knocked out of the FIFA World Cup.
Hydration in the heat
The Ghanian defender takes a drink during the Black Stars' final group fixture against Uruguay in Al Wakrah.
The end of the road
Dan Amartey will play no further part in the tournament after Ghana's group stage exit.
A Lion of Teranga
Papy Mendy in action again for Senegal, who were beaten by England in the last-16. Foxes midfielder Mendy played in every game for his country this winter.
An option from the bench
James Maddison pictured during England's warm-up. The former Norwich City man is yet to appear at the World Cup.
Preparing for France
James Maddison chats to England manager Gareth Southgate during Three Lions training ahead of the quarter-finals clash with world champions France.
James Maddison remains unused by England and watches on as they are narrowly beaten 2-1 by France in the last-eight.