While that is a match to keep an eye on, another team to watch is England, the side that will likely receive more global media coverage than any other.
"I have still got a few years left on my contract".
"You don't want to put yourself in a position where you could lose the game for your team when you're on worldwide duty". You have to stay concentrated and you can't do stupid things.
Alli's involvement in the friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy in March was limited to just 22 minutes in Amsterdam and, with Jesse Lingard having impressed over Southgate's tenure to date, there had been suggestions the Tottenham player may miss out in the starting lineup this summer.
"I'm really anxious about these Tottenham players, I don't think they know how to win", Adams told The Sun.
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"This is not a new position for me", he said. "For my whole time at MK Dons I was playing there".
Alli becomes the second high profile Spurs player to sign a new deal at Tottenham after talisman Harry Kane signed a new six year deal on Friday.
"Yes, it's a battleground and there's a lot of different challenges".
Adams believes that manager Gareth Southgate, someone who has a great deal of confidence in, is "perfect for the FA". The Three Lions follow up their first game five days later against Panama before taking on Belgium in their last Group G fixture.
Carlos, who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, retired from football in 2012 but did have a brief player-manager spell with Delhi Dynamos in 2015.
Aside from that, watching the Spain team win it in 2010 stands out as well.