Daniel Sturridge has called it a 'do or die' game, and England's second World Cup group match against Uruguay certainly feels like a knock out tie. With both sides losing their opening games, victory would see their hopes of qualifying for the second round back on track, whilst defeat would almost certainly condemn them to an early exit.

IBTimes sports reporter and European football correspondent Eduardo-Fernandez Abascal discuss the impact of Luis Suarez, the position to play Wayne Rooney, and which side will come out on top in São Paulo.

England v Uruguay | Arena Corinthians, São Paulo | 149July 20:00 (BST)