Renowned kit-leak website 'Todo Sobre Camisetas' have released an image of what they claim to be England's kits for this summer's World Cup Finals in Brazil.
— Todo Sobre Camisetas (@EleteTSC) March 28, 2014
The image, which shows two very familiar-looking England kits, was posted on their Instagram account, with the most striking difference from the kit worn in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa being the famous Nike tick on the right side of the shirts.
The World Cup in South America will mark the first major tournament with Nike as the England national team's kit maker, and if real, the above photos will see the likes of Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney decked out in traditional, sleek attire this summer.
Roy Hodgson's side have been drawn against Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica in Group D, and considering the quality of the opposition, many England fans are hesitant when predicting who will qualify for the next round.
World Cup 2014 predictions cranked up well before the first name was plucked out of the hat at the group stage draw back in December, but the outcome has left many thinking England are in danger of falling at the first hurdle.
The location of their very first group match makes things even more difficult for the Three Lions, with Italy awaiting in Manaus on 14th June, a region known for its tropical monsoon climate. The Guardian points out that the area is among the most challenging of conditions to play in, and a loss here could have dire consequences for England's World Cup aspirations.
Still, most bookies will give you decent odds on the Three Lions to win outright, as far fetched as that may sound now to most England fans.
The emergence of Daniel Sturridge this season is surely a defining factor, and while everyone will have their own personal World Cup predictions, if the Liverpool striker can forge a strong partnership with Wayne Rooney up top, England will take some stopping.