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Monday, 5 February 2007


Jimmy Rice 05 February 2007
Steven Gerrard claims he is relishing the prospect of going head-to-head with clubmate Xabi Alonso when England face Spain on Wednesday.
Despite the match being a friendly, the Liverpool skipper admits he is desperate to claim the bragging rights over both Alonso and fellow Spaniard Pepe Reina.

"I'm really looking forward to Wednesday - the banter started a long time ago. It's a big game for me because I've got to train with them on Thursday," said Gerrard.

"It will be really strange to play against Xabi in a competitive match. He's a terrific player, a great guy and it's exciting to go into battle head-to-head.

"We are really close, we're playing quite well together but it will be different on Wednesday. We're both looking forward to it and I don't think whoever loses will be looking forward to going into work on Thursday."

The midfielder also spoke with pride about the prospect of wearing the captain's armband in the absence of John Terry.

"It will mean an awful lot to me. To walk out at the front and lead the boys out into battle will be extra-special," said Gerrard, who last skippered England three years ago.

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