ENGLAND will be aiming to bounce back from a last-gasp opening-day defeat at the IBSA World Blind Football Championship in Hereford.

Tony Larkin’s England side are back in action tonight (Monday) after conceding a goal with eight seconds remaining against Spain on Saturday.

Spain secured a 1-0 win over England in front of a near capacity crowd at the Royal National College’s thePoint4 in Venns Lane.

England will be hoping to get their Group A campaign back on track against South Korea at 7pm tonight.

There was some excellent football yesterday during the second day of the tournament.

Colombia and Japan drew 0-0 before France scored a goal with just 33 seconds remaining to secure a 1-0 win over Argentina.

Brazil underlined their title credentials in the final match of a very enjoyable day with an excellent 2-0 win over China.

The action kicks off today with Spain taking on Colombia at 1pm.

France play Brazil at 3pm before Argentina face Greece at 5pm.

England will then be hoping to open their points’ account when they face South Korea in the final match of the third day.

Tickets are available from the fans’ area at thePoint4 in Hereford or by visiting blind2010.com

Results so far in the IBSA World Blind Championship: Group A: England 0-1 Spain, Colombia 0-0 Japan.

Group B: Argentina 0-1 France, Brazil 2-0 China.