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Arjen Robben to get Netherlands firing in Euro 2016 qualifying

Arjen Robben has fiercely led the Netherlands into the World Cup quarterfinals.
Arjen Robben and Netherlands are in a precarious position heading into their latest Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Things get serious for the Euro 2016 hopefuls this week as we reach crunch time for many teams hoping to book their places in France next summer, with more than one big name in danger of missing out.

Robben to lead Netherlands

The biggest name struggling to make it is Netherlands, who began the campaign so badly and stand three points off the pace in Group A behind surprise leaders Iceland and the Czech Republic. Thankfully for Danny Blind's side, they still have things in their hands but they have...

Wayne Rooney and Manchester United to keep their form up at Swansea

Wayne Rooney may be back in form but ESPN FC's Craig Burley reckons the Manchester United striker needs support.

Something strange has been happening in the Premier League this season, and I'm not just talking about Chelsea looking a shadow of the side that won the league just a few months ago.

It's the fact that home advantage -- for so long an important factor when it comes to betting -- seems to be fading away. After 30 matches, only six have been won by the home side and with that in mind, we'll kick off with more away day success ...

Rooney and Manchester United to kick on

United are a side who can look...

Manchester United backed to beat Brugge and qualify for UCL

Louis van Gaal hailed Memphis Depay following the winger's double in Manchester United's first leg win over Brugge in the Champions League.

It's the Champions League group stage draw this week but will Manchester United be in it? Here's a look at the best bets ahead of the second legs in the playoffs ...

United to finish the job

Club Brugge manager Michel Preud'hommme sounded a beaten man last week after his side's 3-1 defeat at Old Trafford in the first leg of their Champions League play-off. With an away goal, they still have a chance but Manchester United hold all the aces as they go into the return leg in Belgium this week.

Club...

Can Man Utd's Wayne Rooney prove critics wrong and score vs. Newcastle?

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's performance in their 3-1 win against Club Brugge in the first leg of UEFA Champions League qualifying.

Rooney to prove critics wrong

Overreaction and exaggeration are part and parcel of the Premier League, so when someone like Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney hasn't scored in two matches, the knives come out. Rooney, sensibly, is not panicking and it would be just like him if he proved his critics wrong yet again by scoring against Newcastle on Saturday. Rooney netted twice in the corresponding fixture last season and, with a point to prove, he looks a solid bet at 5/6 with bet365 to score at...

Manchester United face Brugge test as Van Gaal's men seek UCL qualification

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's Champions League qualifying tie against Club Brugge.

Each side that makes it through to the group stages of the Champions League this season is guaranteed a bumper payday, thanks to television and prize money increases. So when the 20 remaining teams compete in the first leg of the playoffs this week, even more is at stake.

With some really big names entering the fray at this stage, it's business time.

Manchester United to keep things tight

United host Club Brugge in the first leg of their tie and it would be a massive shock if they don't get past...

Manchester City to beat Chelsea and Nasri a tempting any time scorer

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to the weekend's big match as Manchester City travel to Chelsea.

It seems faintly ridiculous to be talking about the title in week two of the Premier League but if it's too soon to make judgements, it's not too soon to enjoy a blockbuster and that's exactly what we have on Sunday.

Manchester City have edge in tight battle

Chelsea's trip to City is tricky to call. City looked superb at West Brom in their opener and it's significant that Yaya Toure and David Silva looked rejuvenated after a summer off. That's going to be massive for them this season and it would...