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Wayne Rooney England goal tally - Manchester United striker backed to eclipse record


Wayne Rooney is now expected to set a new England goals record next year after moving to within three of Sir Bobby Charlton's tally of 49 with a brilliant brace in the 3-1 win over Scotland at Celtic Park. The Manchester United striker has been in red-hot form for his country this season and gave a captain's performance with his superb double in Glasgow on the night of his 100th appearance in a Three Lions shirt. Having scored against Norway, San Marino, Estonia and Slovenia since September, the 29-year-old took his international tally to 46 and it now looks a matter of when, rather than if, he reaches the half-century milestone. England's next match is a Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Lithuania on March 27, followed by a friendly in Italy four days later. There will be another double-header in June, with the Three Lions travelling to the Republic of Ireland for a friendly and then visiting Slovenia in their European Championship pool. Further qualifiers come against San Marino away and Switzerland at home in September, while that campaign concludes in October with games against Estonia and Lithuania on October 9 and 12 respectively. "It must be nice for him to think he'll see his name at the top of the list - and a record number of caps is in his sight too," said England manager Roy Hodgson. "Records and milestones are important." Rooney was clearly delighted to come out on top in such a high-profile fixture as England all but silenced a previously hostile home crowd, but he was quick to insist qualifying for Euro 2016 is more important to him than personal landmarks. However, he did admit: “I’m just enjoying my football at the minute. I’m enjoying playing for England – I’ve always loved doing it. I’m on a good run of scoring goals and I hope that continues. If that means breaking the record then I’ll be absolutely delighted.”
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Real Madrid CF transfer news - Lloris ahead of De Gea in race to replace Casillas


Real Madrid scouts are reported to have identified Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris as the No 1 candidate to replace Bernabeu legend Iker Casillas, rather than Manchester United star David De Gea. Casillas has enjoyed an incredible career both for club and country, claiming five La Liga titles and three Champions League triumphs with Real, as well as securing World Cup and European Championship success as Spain's top shot-stopper. However, at the age of 33, time is running out for the veteran of 160 international caps and almost 700 club appearances, who has always relied on his athletic ability and agility. Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas was brought in after an impressive World Cup to keep Casillas on his toes, but the 27-year-old is not really seen as the long-term answer when it comes to finding a regular first-team successor. De Gea, 24, was strongly linked with a move to the Bernabeu at the start of the season and has certainly impressed for Manchester United this term, with a series of spectacular saves also earning the former Atletico Madrid trainee international recognition with Spain. However, he seems happy enough at Old Trafford as Louis van Gaal looks to rebuild the Red Devils and it would be far from easy to prise him away, especially as De Gea is under contract until 2016. Lloris has an even longer commitment at Spurs, having signed a new five-year deal in July, but the France international is believed to be more open to the idea of improving his trophy prospects by switching to the Bernabeu. The 27-year-old former Nice and Lyon keeper has ruled out returning to his home country with Monaco after admitting the move to London was all about experiencing new cultures in a foreign league, so testing himself in Spain would be another tempting challenge. Spurs continue to flatter to deceive in terms of chasing silverware and Mauricio Pochettino may even see selling Lloris as an opportunity to re-direct that cash into other areas, especially with Michel Vorm and Brad Friedel already waiting in the wings at White Hart Lane.
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Manchester United transfer news - Hummels top target, De Gea dismisses Real rumours


Manchester United have identified Germany defender Mats Hummels as their No 1 transfer target for next summer after chief executive Ed Woodward all but ruled out any stop-gap signings in the January window. After spending close to £150million on bringing in Angel di Maria, Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo, as well as landing Radamel Falcao on loan, the Red Devils are keen to return to the policy of capturing quality rather than quantity from here on. Sir Alex Ferguson mastered the art of freshening up his squad with just one or two high-class recruits in between each campaign and Louis van Gaal will seek to do the same following that initial rebuilding work, which saw Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra and Danny Welbeck leave Old Trafford. Javier Hernandez and Nani could yet return from season-long spells at Real Madrid and Sporting Lisbon, while concerns over Falcao's fitness are delaying a decision over whether to make his switch permanent, so plans must remain fluid with regards further strengthening up front. However, capturing the services of a dominant centre-half to lead the back-line is definitely a top priority for Van Gaal and Hummels is the outstanding candidate to fill that void - when he becomes available. With Dortmund having already qualified from their Champions League group following four straight wins in Europe's elite club competition, the chances of them letting the 25-year-old go in January are remote, even though he has missed several games through injury this term. However, Jurgen Klopp's side are in real danger of not qualifying for that tournament next term after picking up just 10 points from 11 Bundesliga matches to lie 15th in the table and it would force a hasty rethink if they do miss out on a top-four place. Arsenal and Barcelona are also believed to be monitoring the situation, but United have the financial clout and a good relationship with Dortmund officials, so are currently in pole position. Woodward said: "We are not looking to enter the market for short-term fixes. However, we have targets we are looking at for next summer and should any of those become available in January we would consider acting, but we all need to recognise that is a low probability." Meanwhile, De Gea has played down reports linking him with a move to Real Madrid after earning rave reviews for his performances with United this term, with the Spain international under contract at Old Trafford until 2016. He told La Sexta: "It is difficult to say whether a bid will be made by Real, because of all the rumours that appear in the press. If you took seriously what is written about you, you'd almost think you're going to a thousand clubs. The best you can do is pay attention to where you are. I feel very loved by Man United."
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Wigan Athletic FC next manager market - Malky Mackay backed after interview boost


Bookmakers have cut the price of Malky Mackay becoming the next manager of Wigan Athletic after chairman Dave Whelan confirmed the Scot will be interviewed for the vacant DW Stadium position. The Latics are looking for a new boss after Uwe Rosler paid the price for a poor run of results, with Chris Hughton and Paul Jewell also thought to be among the leading contenders to take charge of the Championship club. After Mackay was initially installed as favourite, local MP Lisa Nandy raised questions over his suitability, with the former Cardiff coach having become embroiled in a row over sending text messages which were "disrespectful of other cultures" during his time in Wales. Mackay missed out on the chance to become Crystal Palace manager during the fall-out from that incident, but Whelan insists he deserves the chance to challenge for the Wigan job after being out of the sport since December 2013. "I can confirm Malky Mackay has applied and we will speak to him," Whelan told the Daily Telegraph. "I believe he deserves a fair hearing. We've had over 20 applications and started interviews on Tuesday. "Hopefully we can make an appointment before the game this weekend against Middlesbrough. It's an important job and I don't like to mess around when I think I've got the right person." Mackay won five international caps for Scotland as a player and achieved promotions to the Premier League with Norwich, West Ham United and finally Watford during his time on the pitch. He spent two years in charge of the Hornets after hanging up his boots before leading Cardiff to a League Cup final and promotion to the top flight as Championship winners.
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Scotland vs England live streaming - Tartan Army fired up for clash with Auld Enemy


Scotland have already prevailed in one highly-charged local derby in the current international break and the Tartan Army will again be fired up for the visit of Auld Enemy England to Celtic Park this evening. Nothing stirs emotions more north of the border than the thought of seeing off the Sassenachs and Scots currently based outside the UK can watch all the action via live online streaming. Watch Scotland v England here: Friday's 1-0 defeat of the Republic of Ireland in a Euro 2016 qualifier may have meant more to Scotland with regards the long-term benefits of possibly reaching the final tournament of a major competition, but try telling captain Scott Brown the England game isn't just as significant. After a 14-year truce, the two nations renewed their ancient rivalry at Wembley last August, with England emerging victorious by a scoreline of 3-2 in London as Rickie Lambert settled an entertaining encounter. Scotland had won the previous 1999 fixture in London 1-0, but that was the second leg of a Euro 2000 play-off and they had earlier lost 2-0 on home turf, so failed to progress. Now they will try to come out on top in Glasgow for the first time since 1985 and Celtic skipper Brown is clearly going all out to prove a point at the ground where he plays his club football. “What you have to understand is how special this is to the players, how much it means to us,” Brown told the Daily Record. “We know the English really do not bother about us — they could not care less about Scottish football — and to be perfectly honest, that p****s us off.  “To be fair to them, they might not even realise they are doing it. But they have this sense of superiority that comes with thinking how much better they are than us. And that is why we go into a game like this absolutely bursting to prove a point. "This fixture means much, much more to us than it does to the English boys and I am not saying that in a critical way. The truth is they are playing away down south in huge games, at great grounds and in massive competitions week in week out. Why would they bother to look over their shoulder to see what we are up to? “But we are brought up with a different mentality in Scotland. We are brought up to believe beating England is as good as it gets. We are going into a game against our arch enemy and that is the best thing any Scot could experience.” England will be expecting a white-hot atmosphere at Celtic Park, but whether they will be able to cope in such hostile conditions remains to be seen!
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Scotland vs England live stream about to start - Three Lions ready to roar at Celtic Park


England are ready to face an "intimidating" atmosphere when taking on Scotland at Celtic Park tonight, but the Three Lions are confident they can silence a hostile home crowd in Glasgow for this international friendly. The auld enemies will do battle at 20.00 GMT, with the Scots seeking to avenge last year's 3-2 loss at Wembley, and football fans based outside the UK can watch all the action via live online streaming. Watch Scotland v England here: With Joe Hart being rested, Fraser Forster is set to start as goalkeeper for England and he knows all about what to expect from the local supporters, having played for Celtic for four years before moving to Southampton this summer. “When you go up there you see how big a club it is, it’s a fantastic stadium,” Forster told the FA website. “They have fans who sing for 90 minutes non-stop, so the atmosphere is brilliant. It is one that can intimidate teams if they aren’t used to it.  "The fans can be like a 12th man, I know it’s a cliche, but it really does give the home team a lift. It will be good to see people again, and the first time I’ve been back. If I’m fortunate to play, it will be a great game to be involved in.  “Traditionally, this is one of the biggest games you can play in for England, so it’s something to look forward to. They have plenty of quality within the squad and are on a good run this season, so it will be a tough game, but one we are really excited about.” England boss Roy Hodgson is also well aware of the fact that this game means far more than a normal friendly, but he is relishing the chance to see how some of his younger players cope in such testing circumstances. "Celtic Park is a fantastic stadium to play football in and the fans give Celtic and Scotland incredible support and that is something we have to deal with," he added. "We can learn from it and for some of our younger players they won't have experienced it in their careers. "It will be hard fought and competitive and each challenge will be well competed for. For me that is the type of friendly you want because we have the qualifying games, but we also want to find fixtures that will test us and give us the type of matches that we want to come through."
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Hungary v Russia preview, kick-off time and live stream


Russia will look to bounce back from their maiden defeat in Euro 2016 qualifying when they face Hungary in an international friendly tonight. The Russians were beaten 1-0 by Group G leaders Austria in Vienna on Saturday and slipped to third in the standings and out the automatic qualifying berths as a consequence. Fabio Capello believes his side were unfortunate to come away from the Austrian capital empty handed with the result leaving them five points adrift of Austria and one behind second placed Sweden. "It was a hard game, obviously we’re not satisfied with the result because we played some good football," Capello said after the game. "We only made one error and they scored." Capello, who came in for some heavy criticism after Russia failed to win a single game at the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil, had been in the headlines prior to the game when the Russian Football Association admitted it cannot afford to pay his estimated €8.75 million per year contract. The Italian insisted his players wouldn't be unsettled by the news but his charges failed to perform nonetheless, which prompted Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko to promise widespread changes within the national set up. "No one could have been happy with the result against Austria or the way our team played," Mutko told reporters.  "The level of football we are playing has seen us drop into the 'middle' tier of European nations and perhaps we are even falling below this. We have fallen below 30 in the FIFA world rankings. Maybe by the end of the year, we will be below 40." "Now we need to deeply analyse and weigh up the complexity of the situation. I think this will happen within the next few days and we will announce the decisions we have come to. I am positive that these should be drastic in their character." Mutko's comments could spell the end for Capello, who took over as Russia manager in July 2012 and only signed a contract extension in January of this year which was to see him remain in charge until the 2018 World Cup.
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Belarus vs Mexico international friendly live stream about to start from Borisov


Mexico have been in fine form since the World Cup and will look to maintain that momentum when taking on Belarus in Borisov this evening, with Real Madrid striker Javier Hernandez one of the main attractions. The action kicks off at 17.00 GMT and can be watched via live online streaming. Watch Belarus v Mexico here: Chicharito has scored four times in his last seven matches for Real since joining on a season-long loan deal from Manchester United and transferred that form to the international stage last week. The 26-year-old struck in a 3-2 defeat of Holland as El Tri avenged their loss to the Dutch at Brazil 2014 - a victory which gave Mexico four straight wins since a 0-0 draw with Chile in September. Although being restricted in his time on the pitch at the Bernabeu, Hernandez said: "I'm working hard to seize opportunities and do my best for the Madrid badge. I'll prove my quality when I'm playing." Having already edged out Bolivia, Honduras and Panama, last Wednesday's success in Amsterdam was a significant step in the right direction for El Tri, as Carlos Vela marked his international return with the other two goals. Mexico have always had a bit of a reputation for being poor travellers but Miguel Herrera is looking to dispel that myth and will be keen to prove a point again in Borisov today. Belarus are coming off a 3-0 loss to Spain in their latest Euro 2016 qualifier, having so far picked up just one point from four matches in Group C, with that being a 1-1 draw against fellow strugglers Luxembourg. Ukraine and Slovakia both secured fairly straightforward wins at Borisov Arena and the feeling is that this current Mexico outfit has the clinical nature to take advantage of opponents low on confidence and quality. Prediction: Belarus 0 Mexico 2
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Argentina vs Portugal live stream about to start - Ronaldo to face Messi at Old Trafford


Cristiano Ronaldo insists he has the utmost respect for Lionel Messi as the two best players on the planet prepare to go head-to-head again at Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, when Argentina face Portugal in an international friendly. This mouth-watering match-up will attract attention all over the world and can be watched via live online streaming, with a kick-off time of 19.45 GMT on Tuesday night. Watch Argentina v Portugal here: Ronaldo and Messi have dominated the FIFA Ballon d'Or award for the past five years, with the former picking up his second gong this term and the latter polling most votes for three straight seasons in between his big opponent's two wins. They have clashed at Old Trafford once before, when Ronaldo featured in a Manchester United side which prevailed 1-0 on the night and 2-1 on aggregate in a Champions League semi-final, before the Red Devils went on to lift the trophy by beating Chelsea on penalties in Moscow. Their rivalry has intensified since Ronaldo switched to Real Madrid, leading to regular El Clasico battles with Messi's Barcelona on the domestic front in La Liga, but CR7 insists rumours that he dislikes the South American magician are well wide of the mark. He posted on his personal website: "News is circulating that I allegedly made offending remarks regarding Lionel Messi. This is absolutely false and I have assured my lawyer takes action to sue those responsible. I have the utmost respect for all my professional colleagues, and Messi is obviously no exception." Returning to Old Trafford is always a special occasion for Ronaldo, who scored here for Real in a Champions League clash in March 2013 and has repeatedly been linked with a move back to United before his career ends. This time he will also come up against former Madrid teammate Angel di Maria, who joined the Red Devils after being told of how great the club is by Ronaldo. “Before we knew I was coming to Manchester for sure, he told me it was a massive club and that I would be very happy here and it would be good for me,” Di Maria reveals in the December issue of Inside United, the club's official magazine. “At that time, we didn’t know for sure that I was coming or not, so we didn’t go into great detail, but what he did say helped me greatly to make my decision. “It was a very big moment in my career. Leaving a club like Real and coming to as big a club as Manchester United makes you grow as a player and helps you progress in your career. It was a very important moment and I’m really happy here. Let’s hope things go well for me so I can be here for many years.” Di Maria has been tipped to challenge for World Player of the Year honours in the future, but for now it will be Ronaldo and Messi hogging the headlines again this week!
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Chile vs Uruguay international friendly live stream, tips, kick-off time and team news


Chile and Uruguay continue their preparations for next year's Copa America with what promises to be an entertaining international friendly in Santiago, with Tuesday night's tussle having a kick-off time of midnight GMT. The hosts are unbeaten in five matches since losing out on penalties to Brazil at the World Cup and football fans can see if they extend that run by watching via live online streaming. Watch Chile v Uruguay here: In-form Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez added to his eight Premier League goals by opening the scoring with a header in Friday's 5-0 thrashing of Venezuela, while QPR front man Eduardo Vargas also netted in that impressive display. Jorge Valdivia was another to shine after backtracking on his decision to retire from international football following Brazil 2014. "I'm back and I'm happy," Valdivia said. "I trained hard to be back and I hope this is the first step of a good history with Chile." Uruguay failed to gain revenge for their World Cup loss to Costa Rica when drawing 3-3 with that side before the weekend and then going down 7-6 on penalties. With former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez set to be banned for the 2015 Copa America, he has been sent back to Barcelona ahead of this fixture, with Oscar Tabarez preferring to take a look at those players who will be available. Captain Diego Godin told as: "We all know what Luis means to us, but we also know that we won't have him for the Copa America, so it's good to look at alternatives for playing without him." Uruguay are starting to look a bit old in certain areas and will miss Suarez, so go for Sanchez to inspire Chile to another home win. Prediction: Chile 2 Uruguay 1

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