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Jose Mourinho fears for Harry Kane’s fitness amid thigh injury



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Tottenham fear Harry Kane will aggravate his thigh injury if England manager Gareth Southgate sticks with a plan to start his captain against Denmark.

Southgate will put himself on a collision course with Spurs boss Jose Mourinho if Kane suffers any ill-effects on Wednesday night. The England boss has already risked angering the Portuguese boss by introducing Kane for the final 25 minutes of the 2-1 win over Belgium on Sunday. 

Speaking after the match, Southgate tried to head off any controversy by insisting Kane was only suffering from muscle fatigue.



Harry Kane holding a football ball: Tottenham fear Harry Kane will aggravate his thigh injury if he starts against Denmark


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Tottenham fear Harry Kane will aggravate his thigh injury if he starts against Denmark



a man wearing a suit and tie: England boss Gareth Southgate plans to start Kane after risking him for 25 minutes vs Belgium


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England boss Gareth Southgate plans to start Kane after risking him for 25 minutes vs Belgium

However, Sportsmail understands Kane carried a thigh problem into the current set

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Hundreds of Ipswich Hospital staff in quarantine over COVID-19 fears

Hundreds of staff at a busy hospital west of Brisbane are in quarantine, awaiting COVID-19 results after a fifth case, connected to the cluster tested positive to the virus.

The Ipswich Hospital healthcare worker in her 30s was already in quarantine. She is one of two new cases confirmed on Monday.

The other is a woman in her 20s and is a household contact of a known case who had already been in quarantine.

There are now five cases linked the hospital. Director General Dr John Wakefield said all five have contracted the virus from either working in the hospital’s COVID unit or had been identified as close contacts.

“The link is direct,” Dr Wakefield said.

At Ipswich Hospital, 220 staff were placed in quarantine over the weekend.

The hospital will remain open for emergency, but other appointments have been relocated or delayed until staff complete their quarantine.

Dr Wakefield

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