Home side tackles Fiji as the tournament begins to hot up.
Lee Mossop insists every England player has faith in the squad selected for the Rugby League World Cup after being drafted back into the team against Fiji.
Mossop was handed a role from the bench as England began their campaign in valiant fashion against Australia in Cardiff before ultimately losing 28-20.
The 24-year-old then played no part as England got up and running with a 42-0 defeat of Ireland but is back for the final group clash with Fiji in Hull on Saturday.
Fiji also beat Ireland but lost to Australia — although if everything goes according to form both they and England will advance to the quarter-finals.
Mossop is one of three changes made by England coach Steve McNamara and the Wigan Warriors forward said: “The squad comes into play now, the main thing is that the best 17 play every week and Steve has made his decision on who the best men are to beat Fiji.
“We all back each other. I missed out against Ireland but I was very hopeful of coming back into the team to get a shot at Fiji.
“Everyone has gelled together, the banter is good, obviously we have our Wigan lot, the Leeds lot and the Burgess brothers. We have gelled well and it is good fun,” he insisted amid reports of dressing room unrest following the exits of Zak Hardaker and Gareth Hock, the latter kicked out before the tournament started after flouting an alcohol ban.
Australia thrashed Fiji 34-2 but Mossop said: “I don’t think the score reflected their game against Australia and they will certainly be a stronger team than Ireland.
“They are a very big, physical team and we are under no illusions that we will have to be at our best to beat them.”
England trio Tom Burgess, James Roby and Gareth Widdop are all rested for the Fiji clash with the previously suspended Sam Burgess and Michael McIlorum coming in along with Mossop.
Meanwhile Fiji captain Petero Civoniceva, who made 45 appearances for the Kangaroos, tipped England to reach the final.
“After seeing what the Burgess brothers have done this year in the NRL and Sam Tomkins and the other great players they have within their team, I feel that they are definitely going to be featuring in the final, that’s for sure,” he said.
“All in all they have great attacking potential right across the field — their back three, their halves and their forward pack — it is going to be hard to contain the great players that they have but I think they will be up for some big games leading up to the final.”
Civoniceva added: “We came fourth in the last World Cup in 2008 and I am hopeful we can emulate that but saying that there are a lot of great sides in the competition. It is going to be tough going but if we realise our potential, that could be the case for us.”