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Wayne Rooney's World Cup Playlist

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As he prepares to lead the line for England in Brazil, Wayne Rooney has just revealed his World Cup Playlist.

Naturally, the striker's Welsh pals The Stereophonics have a smattering of tracks on there, with Jake Bugg providing another good dose of easygoing rock and roll on his personal Spotify collection.

R&B also plays a big part in the playlist thanks to other prominently placed artists in the line-up including Lupe Fiasco, Jennifer Hudson, Bruno Mars and Beyonce.

There are even two tracks for flame-haired singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran, with one entitled Small Bump - let's just hope Wayne doesn't up any small bumps of his own between now and then.



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