England can win every game - Terry

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John Terry believes England can complete a magnificent seven by the end of the season.

Fabio Capello's side have won their opening four qualifiers in World Cup Group Six in the race to reach the 2010 finals in South Africa.

Terry is adamant England can overcome Ukraine at Wembley on Wednesday and also win away to Kazakhstan and at home to Belarus in June. The Chelsea defender said: "I think we can win all seven qualifiers this season.

He added: "We have a good squad and some world-class players with teams who are doing ever so well in the Champions League.

"They are on fire and the good thing is they are also bringing that form into the England squad.

"The Ukraine match is massive ahead of the double header in the summer. If we can win that and put another three points on the board, we will be well set.

"We will give them plenty of respect and the Slovakia game was good preparation as they are similar to the Ukraine.

"Ukraine are a good side who are well organised. But we are full of belief and the team is full of confidence at the moment."

However, Terry is aware it is important that England peak in 15 months time - if they qualify for the World Cup - rather than now.

He added: "There is no point at being at our best now. By the time the World Cup comes along hopefully we are in great form to take into that tournament."

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