Roy Hodgson is set to watch over Luis Suarez as he takes to the field for Liverpool on Sunday, as he irons out his World Cup plan, reports the Daily Mail.
England were drawn against Uruguay in the World Cup Stage, as well as Italy and Costa Rica.
The 15-goal man strikes fear in the eyes of many England fans, who see on a regular basis what he is capable of.
Suarez, named the top trending football topic of 2013, will line up against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday hoping to send out a warning message to Roy Hodgson's men.
The England manager once claimed he set the wheels in motion for the signing of Suarez at Liverpool, when he was in charge of the club.
The 26-year-old won't be lacking motivation as he comes up against England, following the endless feuds with the FA over his disciplinary.
English supporters have responded to the draw in a mixed fashion, with the negativity and pessimism surrounding the England team at an all time high.
As England prepare for the World Cup in Rio, many supporters will be disgusted that the manager chooses to focus on an opposition player, rather than prepare his own team.
The attitude to set up the team according to what the opposition do, is not something the Three Lions faithful are used to, and the mood will only worsen if it doesn't work.
Back to back home defeats against Chile and Germany sees Hodgson under some pressure, which will only intensify with a poor showing in the tournament, that may lead to his eventual sack.
England will be looking to go further than the quarter-final they did in Euro 2012, but sitting back on the defensive and bowing down to the opposition superiority won't be the way to do it.
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