Phil Jagielka talks up Poland draw

Phil Jagielka
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Phil Jagielka says that a draw against Poland in Warsaw would be a good result for England.

England defender Phil Jagielka has insisted that a draw in Poland on Tuesday night would be a good result for his side.

The Everton centre-back started the 5-0 victory over San Marino on Friday at Wembley and looks likely to keep his place for the trip to Warsaw.

The Three Lions currently top Group H with two wins and a draw from their opening three World Cup qualifiers, and Jagielka is adamant that a share of the spoils on Tuesday would be good for Roy Hodgson's side.

"It won't be a bad night's work if we come away with a draw. We still look healthy as far as qualification for Brazil is concerned," said Jagielka.

"We'll be going out there to win the game, but if it's 0-0 after 90 minutes we'll take that."

Jagielka has 15 caps for England.

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