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Fraser Forster: He'll be 26 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and will likely be Joe Hart's number one contender. Hopefully the young Englishman doesn't decide to switch allegiances like Ciaran Clark did.
Kyle Walker: He'll be 24 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and he looks like a modern day right back. Powerful, good fitness and will look to make the right back position his own.
Ross Barkley: He'll be 20 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and probably won't be at Everton. It's amazing that he has fitted into senior football with such ease. Supposedly a centre midfielder, he's looked pretty good out wide.
Danny Welbeck: He'll be 23 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and his combination with Wayne Rooney may give him an edge in the selection circles. It really depends on if he can cement a position in the Manchester United strike line amidst Chicharito.
Josh McEachran: He'll be 21 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and he has looked so classy whenever he's been given the chance. Though therein lies the problem, he isn't being given a chance.
Marc Albrighton: He'll be 24 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup and he has pace to burn. He could be a deadly impact sub.
Connor Wickham: He'll be 21 by the 2014 FIFA World Cup. I haven't seen enough of him to really make a judgement.
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