Players switched between the teams that wore England's white and black training tops, allowing Southgate to look at different combinations.
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England will train at the nearby Spartak Zelenogorsk Stadium.
'Marcus took a slight knock, but nothing too serious, ' Southgate said of Rashford's injury.
Southgate said: 'We're pleased with how preparation has gone up until now.
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"We are obviously excited to be here now".
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Southgate prefers a more measured view, focusing on the way the Three Lions go about their work rather than predicting the final outcome.
The English youngster is one of the brightest players in the country and this is a problem for us given that we can not start him in most of the games.
Four years ago, Germany dominated in Brazil, embarrassing the host nation in the semifinal en route to winning their fourth World Cup.
England's arrival at their hotel was met with a strong security and media presence.
The displays in the warm-up matches have been in contrast to England's performances in recent years, which critics say have been hallmarked by disjointed and often boring football - just 40,000 fans turned up for a friendly against Norway at Wembley in 2014, and some travelling fans booed a the end of a 4-0 win in Malta last year. We want to take this tournament head on,"goal.com quoted the England captain, as saying".
The former Crystal Palace and Everton boss feels he should still be in charge of England and, in a BBC documentary to be aired on Sunday, said: "Jealous is what I feel".