Last night, AC/DC brought their run with vocalist Axl Rose to a close. The tour wound it’s way across the world before finishing up in Philadelphia, PA at the Wells Fargo Center, with Rose replacing long-time vocalist Brian Johnson after he was forced to retire due to his deteriorating hearing.Original rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young was also forced to retire earlier this year as he is battling a debilitating case of dementia. While the tour pushed on, bassist Cliff Williams announced back in July that he would be retiring at the end of this tour, with it not feeling right to go on with so many original members dropping out due to health reasons. With that in mind, last night in Philadelphia was Williams’ final show with the band.Anyone who has seen AC/DC knows that it is the Angus Young show, with his schoolboy outfit, energetic stage presence, and wild guitar playing. It proved a truly touching moment when Young walked Williams out to the front and center of the stage as the band rang out the final notes of “For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)” in Philadelphia.See below for a HD video of “For Those About To Rock”, and watch as Angus Young salutes Cliff Williams during his final moments as a member of AC/DC:Video courtesy of YouTube user Jim Powers.
With Colombia setting up in a 4-3-2-1 in each of their games so far, but with differing personal, Alli will know he’s going to need to play a little deeper and give his wing-back some protection given Juan Quintero is prone to drifting wide to help his wingers, and particularly the one on the right-flank, who is likely to be Juan Cuadrado.And given Cuadrado is set to start the match, Southgate may also favour playing Tottenham star Danny Rose at left wing-back, who has a little more pace than Ashley Young, although a worse final ball.Elsewhere, we’re unlikely to see too many changes with the excellent Kieran Trippier starting again and able to deliver high quality balls into dangerous areas, and the back-three returning to the one which played in the first two group games.Jesse Lingard, who has done well so far, will also come back in, meaning no room for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, while Raheem Sterling could get another chance alongside Harry Kane after Marcus Rashford and Jamie Vardy drew blanks against Belgium. England face Colombia on Tuesday night as they battle for a place in the quarter-finals of World Cup 2018.It’s a huge clash with both sides buoyed by the shock exits of Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Argentina, leaving them with an incredible chance of reaching the final on July 15 in Moscow. talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. England star Kyle Walker salutes the travelling fans in Russia. 3 Tottenham star Dele Alli missed the last two games with a muscle injury. Gareth Southgate has done superbly so far with the 1-0 loss to Belgium only a minor blot on the copy book thanks to impressive displays against Tunisia and Panama.His heavily rotated team weren’t at their best but will have given him plenty to think about ahead of a match up against the South Americans, as will the fitness of Dele Alli, who is now in full training after a thigh strain against Tunisia.So, how will England line-up for Sunday’s match, which you can listen to LIVE on talkSPORT? Look below to see talkSPORT.com’s predicted Three Lions’ XI…First off, Alli has been fairly defiant over his fitness and videos on social media of the player going hell for leather on an exercise bike go a long way to proving his will be able to play for 90 minutes against a stern Colombia side. Is this how the Three Lions will look against Colombia? 3 3