Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton has said Robert Green should play in the World Cup match against Algeria.
Shilton, who had spells at Leicester, Nottingham Forest and Derby, said he felt for Green after his mistake in the 1-1 draw with the United States.
And he told BBC Radio Leicester that England boss Fabio Capello should stick with the West Ham man.
"Hopefully he won't get a lot of work to do, so we can get a good result and get our campaign moving," he said.
Shilton, who played in the 1990 World Cup semi-final defeat by West Germany, added: "It was the worst thing that could happen to him really but he recovered from it and made a good save in the second half.
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