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18 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
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Hudson-Odoi has scored five goals for Chelsea this season Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called up to the England squad for the first time for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro. The 18-year-old was due to be part of the England Under-21 squad. Hudson-Odoi played 19 games for Chelsea this […]

18 Mar 19
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Hudson-Odoi has scored five goals for Chelsea this season Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called up to the England squad for the first time for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro. The 18-year-old was due to be part of the England Under-21 squad. Hudson-Odoi played 19 games for Chelsea this […]

18 Mar 19
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Hudson-Odoi has scored five goals for Chelsea this season Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called up to the England squad for the first time for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro. The 18-year-old was due to be part of the England Under-21 squad. Hudson-Odoi played 19 games for Chelsea this […]

18 Mar 19
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Hudson-Odoi has scored five goals for Chelsea this season Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called up to the England squad for the first time for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro. The 18-year-old was due to be part of the England Under-21 squad. Hudson-Odoi played 19 games for Chelsea this […]

18 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
ENGLAND are preparing to kick-off their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign and finish their Nations League crusade with a bang. Gareth Southgate has always been keen on looking to the future – and has blooded the likes of Jadon Sancho in recent months. How England could line-up and still boast an average of just 21-years-old Now it has been revealed Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called into his first-ever senior England squad – despite never playing for the Under-21s – after a spate of pull-outs. With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at how a fully-fit England squad could line-up with an average age of just 21-years-old. Take a look at the incredibly exciting-looking XI, in it’s 4-2-3-1 formation, below… GOALKEEPER Angus Gunn SOUTHAMPTON stopper Gunn can count himself incredibly unlucky to not make the senior squad for the upcoming round of games. Tall, agile and phenomenally talented there’s no doubt the Under-21s star – son of ex-Norwich and Scotland goalkeeper Bryan – will be senior No1 one day. DEFENCE Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Declan Rice, Ben Chilwell HARRY MAGUIRE and John Stones have forged a strong partnership in recent months – but even then, this is arguably England’s strongest back-four. Alexander-Arnold is potentially the best right-back in the Premier League – particularly in attack – while Chilwell has come into his own in the last 18 months at Leicester on the left flank. Injured Liverpool star Gomez is unquivocally the future of England’s defence, with his speed, strength and more importantly poise. The ex-Charlton man would link-up nicely with Rice, who recently switched allegiance from Ireland – and has played most of the year in a defensive midfield role. But the West Ham star has more than enough talent to shore up England’s defence and may find it his natural position for his country in years to come – particularly given the Three Lions’ surplus of talented young midfielders. MIDFIELD Dele Alli, Ruben Loftus-Cheek PHIL FODEN is certainly a name for the future, aged just 18 – but Euro 2020 may come just too soon for him. Resorting on minutes mostly in cup football, it may take a couple of years for future superstar Foden to become a Manchester City and England starter. For now, Southgate will be thrilled to have Dele and Loftus-Cheek as a dynamic and energetic duo on his team-sheet. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] FORWARDS Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Marcus Rashford THIS is where it gets really exciting – with an attacking quartet certain to make opposing defenders gulp. With Sancho, Sterling and Hudson-Odoi roaming behind the striker, seamlessly switching positions and keeping defenders guessing, England could be set for the next decade-plus. Pace, skill, direct running and an eye for goal, those three are a far cry from some less than inspiring attacking line-ups from the past few decades. Rashford has been utterly resurgent under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United – showing once and for all he really does have what it takes to be a world-beater. Another speed-merchant, Rashford’s natural finishing instincts have never been in doubt either – and he’d complete the front-four perfectly. [bc_video video_id=”6014799966001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea to DEMAND Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at club if Eden Hazard leaves for Real Madrid”]
18 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
ENGLAND are preparing to kick-off their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign and finish their Nations League crusade with a bang. Gareth Southgate has always been keen on looking to the future – and has blooded the likes of Jadon Sancho in recent months. How England could line-up and still boast an average of just 21-years-old Now it has been revealed Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called into his first-ever senior England squad – despite never playing for the Under-21s – after a spate of pull-outs. With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at how a fully-fit England squad could line-up with an average age of just 21-years-old. Take a look at the incredibly exciting-looking XI, in it’s 4-2-3-1 formation, below… GOALKEEPER Angus Gunn SOUTHAMPTON stopper Gunn can count himself incredibly unlucky to not make the senior squad for the upcoming round of games. Tall, agile and phenomenally talented there’s no doubt the Under-21s star – son of ex-Norwich and Scotland goalkeeper Bryan – will be senior No1 one day. DEFENCE Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Declan Rice, Ben Chilwell HARRY MAGUIRE and John Stones have forged a strong partnership in recent months – but even then, this is arguably England’s strongest back-four. Alexander-Arnold is potentially the best right-back in the Premier League – particularly in attack – while Chilwell has come into his own in the last 18 months at Leicester on the left flank. Injured Liverpool star Gomez is unquivocally the future of England’s defence, with his speed, strength and more importantly poise. The ex-Charlton man would link-up nicely with Rice, who recently switched allegiance from Ireland – and has played most of the year in a defensive midfield role. But the West Ham star has more than enough talent to shore up England’s defence and may find it his natural position for his country in years to come – particularly given the Three Lions’ surplus of talented young midfielders. MIDFIELD Dele Alli, Ruben Loftus-Cheek PHIL FODEN is certainly a name for the future, aged just 18 – but Euro 2020 may come just too soon for him. Resorting on minutes mostly in cup football, it may take a couple of years for future superstar Foden to become a Manchester City and England starter. For now, Southgate will be thrilled to have Dele and Loftus-Cheek as a dynamic and energetic duo on his team-sheet. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] FORWARDS Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Marcus Rashford THIS is where it gets really exciting – with an attacking quartet certain to make opposing defenders gulp. With Sancho, Sterling and Hudson-Odoi roaming behind the striker, seamlessly switching positions and keeping defenders guessing, England could be set for the next decade-plus. Pace, skill, direct running and an eye for goal, those three are a far cry from some less than inspiring attacking line-ups from the past few decades. Rashford has been utterly resurgent under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United – showing once and for all he really does have what it takes to be a world-beater. Another speed-merchant, Rashford’s natural finishing instincts have never been in doubt either – and he’d complete the front-four perfectly. [bc_video video_id=”6014799966001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea to DEMAND Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at club if Eden Hazard leaves for Real Madrid”]
18 Mar 19
The Sun
ENGLAND are preparing to kick-off their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign and finish their Nations League crusade with a bang. Gareth Southgate has always been keen on looking to the future – and has blooded the likes of Jadon Sancho in recent months. How England could line-up and still boast an average of just 21-years-old Now it has been revealed Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called into his first-ever senior England squad – despite never playing for the Under-21s – after a spate of pull-outs. With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at how a fully-fit England squad could line-up with an average age of just 21-years-old. Take a look at the incredibly exciting-looking XI, in it’s 4-2-3-1 formation, below… GOALKEEPER Angus Gunn SOUTHAMPTON stopper Gunn can count himself incredibly unlucky to not make the senior squad for the upcoming round of games. Tall, agile and phenomenally talented there’s no doubt the Under-21s star – son of ex-Norwich and Scotland goalkeeper Bryan – will be senior No1 one day. DEFENCE Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Declan Rice, Ben Chilwell HARRY MAGUIRE and John Stones have forged a strong partnership in recent months – but even then, this is arguably England’s strongest back-four. Alexander-Arnold is potentially the best right-back in the Premier League – particularly in attack – while Chilwell has come into his own in the last 18 months at Leicester on the left flank. Injured Liverpool star Gomez is unquivocally the future of England’s defence, with his speed, strength and more importantly poise. The ex-Charlton man would link-up nicely with Rice, who recently switched allegiance from Ireland – and has played most of the year in a defensive midfield role. But the West Ham star has more than enough talent to shore up England’s defence and may find it his natural position for his country in years to come – particularly given the Three Lions’ surplus of talented young midfielders. MIDFIELD Dele Alli, Ruben Loftus-Cheek PHIL FODEN is certainly a name for the future, aged just 18 – but Euro 2020 may come just too soon for him. Resorting on minutes mostly in cup football, it may take a couple of years for future superstar Foden to become a Manchester City and England starter. For now, Southgate will be thrilled to have Dele and Loftus-Cheek as a dynamic and energetic duo on his team-sheet. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] FORWARDS Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Marcus Rashford THIS is where it gets really exciting – with an attacking quartet certain to make opposing defenders gulp. With Sancho, Sterling and Hudson-Odoi roaming behind the striker, seamlessly switching positions and keeping defenders guessing, England could be set for the next decade-plus. Pace, skill, direct running and an eye for goal, those three are a far cry from some less than inspiring attacking line-ups from the past few decades. Rashford has been utterly resurgent under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United – showing once and for all he really does have what it takes to be a world-beater. Another speed-merchant, Rashford’s natural finishing instincts have never been in doubt either – and he’d complete the front-four perfectly. [bc_video video_id=”6014799966001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Chelsea to DEMAND Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at club if Eden Hazard leaves for Real Madrid”]
18 Mar 19
E-sport

James Ward-Prawse has got the England call-up his stunning form deserved. Ward-Prowse, 24, has scored six goals in his last nine Premier League games for Southampton and Gareth Southgate called him up the Three Lions squad on Monday after a trio of players had to pull out through injury. The Southampton midfielder has only been […]

18 Mar 19
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JWP named in England’s squad for EURO 2020 qualifiers, as trio pull out through injury.

18 Mar 19
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Date of publication: Monday, March 18, 2019 10:56 James Ward-Prowse was appointed to the English squad after Fabian Delph, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and John Stones had retired injured. The men of Gareth Southgate begin qualifying for the Euro 2020 qualifier as the Czech Republic visits Wembley on Friday before traveling to Montenegro next Monday. The English […]

18 Mar 19
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After Declan Rice's first England call-up, former Scotland international Steve Nicol believes the West Ham midfielder 'never felt right' with the Ireland squad. England manager Gareth Southgate wasted no time in selecting Declan Rice in his latest England squad, citing the West Ham midfielder's versatility. England manager Gareth Southgate has called Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse […]

18 Mar 19
talkSPORT
Even if the FA Cup quarter-finals decimated the Premier League fixture list we still got an enthralling weekend of action. Liverpool returned to the top of the table with a late win over Fulham while, with the chance to put themselves within one point of third sport, Chelsea blew it and lost 2-0 to Everton at Goodison Park. Liverpool players celebrate during their win over Fulham The Blues weren’t at the races with only one really high quality chance during the game when Gonzalo Higuain saw his shot block on the right of the six-yard box. Meanwhile, West Ham and Huddersfield Town played out a seven-goal thriller with the Hammers winning 4-3, perhaps with a tinge of fortune, as they only created shots with an expected goals value of just 1.88 – and that includes Mark Noble’s penalty. But how would the Premier League table look if it was based on results calculated by ‘Expected Goals’? [article-rail-section title=”LATEST PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS” posts_category=”232″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Here at talkSPORT.com we’re always keeping an eye on Understat.com to see how clubs are performing based on their xG stats. Find out how the stats believe the Premier League SHOULD be shaping up below… [boxout headline=”What is expected goals?”] Expected goals (xG) is a statistic used to work out how many goals should be scored in a match. Every single shot is awarded an xG value based on the difficulty of the attempt, with factors including distance from goal, type of shot and number of defenders present affecting the value. The higher the xG of a particular shot, the more likely a goal should be scored from that shot. The xG value of every shot in a game is then used to calculate the expected goals in a particular match. [/boxout] 20. Huddersfield – Real position = 20 Games played – 31 Real points = 14 | Expected points = 25.49 19. Fulham – Real position = 19 Games played – 31 Real points = 17 | Expected points = 27.35 Ryan Babel equalises against Liverpool but it wasn’t enough to get three points in the end 18. Brighton & Hove Albion – Real position = 15 Games played – 29 Real points = 33  | Expected points = 29.93 17. Cardiff City – Real position = 18 Games played – 30 Real points = 28 | Expected points = 30.55 16. Newcastle United – Real position = 14 Games played – 31 Real points = 35 | Expected points = 30.55 Almiron has been brilliant since signing for Newcastle 15. Southampton – Real position = 17 Games played – 30 Real points = 30 | Expected points = 33.62 14. Burnley – Real position = 16 Games played – 31 Real points = 30 | Expected points = 34.27 13. West Ham – Real position = 9 Games played – 31 Real points = 42 | Expected points = 35.16 Declan Rice has had an outstanding season with West Ham 12. Everton – Real position = 10 Games played – 31 Real points = 40 | Expected points = 39.33 11. Watford – Real position = 8 Games played – 30 Real points = 43 | Expected points = 40.04 10. Bournemouth – Real position = 12 Games played – 31 Real points = 38 | Expected points = 40.84 Can Bournemouth finish in the top eight? 9. Crystal Palace – Real position = 13 Games played – 30 Real points = 33 | Expected points = 41.34 8. Leicester – Real position = 11 Games played – 31 Real points = 41 | Expected points = 45.10 Leicester City have shown great character throughout the course of the season 7. Wolverhampton Wanderers – Real position = 7 Games played – 30 Real points = 44 | Expected points = 47.68 6. Arsenal – Real position = 5 Games played – 30 Real points = 60 | Expected points = 48.33 Alexandre Lacazette celebrates 5. Tottenham – Real position = 3 Games played – 30 Real points = 61 | Expected points = 49.50 4. Manchester United – Real position = 4 Games played – 30 Real points = 58 | Expected points = 49.76 3. Chelsea – Real position = 6 Games played – 30 Real points = 57 | Expected points = 54.33 Chelsea were dismal against Everton 2. Liverpool – Real position = 2 Games played – 31 Real points = 76 | Expected points = 69.26 1. Manchester City – Real position = 1 Games played – 30 Real points = 74 | Expected points = 71.82 Will Manchester City be celebrating at the end of the season?