James Ward-Prowse: 'We can beat Brazil'

James Ward-Prowse of England during the 2015 UEFA European U21 Championship Qualifying match between England U21 and San Marino U21 at Greenhous Meadow on November 19, 2013
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England under-20s midfielder James Ward-Prowse feels that his side are more than capable of beating Brazil in their clash at the Toulon Tournament.

England under-20s midfielder James Ward-Prowse has insisted that he and his teammates are capable of beating Brazil at the Toulon Tournament.

The Three Lions defeated Qatar in their opening game of the competition and now face the Selecao, who have won both of their matches so far in Group B.

Ward-Prowse told reporters: "When we train at our clubs and when we come away with England, we are always in a competitive environment and we always want to do better. There is no point coming here if you don't want to win.

"We are here to win the tournament and it doesn't matter who the opposition is. They are all quality players, everyone looks up to them as a great footballing nation. We have seen clips of them and we will give them respect, but we want to win."

England take on Brazil later today at the Stade Louis Hon.

England Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate gives instructions to his players during a training session at St Georges Park on September 3, 2013
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