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 By Tim Vickery

Brazil's 2018 World Cup campaign to take shape at Copa America

Former Argentina striker Claudio Caniggia says this year's Copa America will be extremely competitive, with hosts Chile and Colombia challenging the usual favourites.

No one was expecting surprises when Brazil coach Dunga named his squad for next month's Copa America in Chile. Scanning the list, though, there was an obvious absentee: Oscar of Chelsea.

The attacking midfielder has been one of the regulars in the team that have chalked up eight straight victories since the humiliation of the World Cup. On his last appearance, against France at the end of March, he scored a well-crafted equaliser that put Brazil on the way to their best win of the past few months....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi voted ESPN FC Player of the Month for April

Barcelona trio Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar have now combined for more than 100 goals in all competitions after their side's 6-0 thrashing of Getafe in La Liga.

Europe's top performers for April were whittled down to a three-man shortlist in consultation with WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Stefan Kiessling were those in contention, and for the fourth time since December, Messi will pick up the award. April is the third straight month the Argentine has won, and with four on the season is now one better than Ronaldo's award tally.

Barcelona's No. 10 received nearly 70 percent of the vote, which isn't all that surprising....

Jack Wilshere should look to emulate Aaron Ramsey's Arsenal career

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer discuss Arsenal's inability to muster a competitive roster for next year's Premier League campaign.

When he replaced Aaron Ramsey in the 68th minute of Arsenal's 3-1 win over Hull on Monday night, Jack Wilshere knew this wasn't a chance he could let pass him by.

He's been back in full training for quite a while now, but the form of the team has meant his playing time has been limited. Not only that, he'd just seen Ramsey score one and create an assist for Alexis Sanchez, while Santi Cazorla's performance in his now deeper-lying midfield role was outrageously good at times. Competition for a place...

 By Richard Hall

Inter can still qualify for Europe despite disappointing season

Xherdan Shaqiri and Inter were left frustrated by Chievo on Sunday, but the Milanese club's European ambitions aren't dead yet.

In limping to a 0-0 draw with Chievo at home on Sunday, Internazionale damaged their chances of qualifying for next season's Europa League. That's not to say playing in Europe next year will be impossible, though, as even with a tough fixture list ahead there is room enough for optimism and plenty of motivation to go with it.

The fact that goalkeeper Samir Handanovic was man of the match for his second-half performance tells the story of Sunday's draw. Inter created chances in the first half...

 By Rory Smith

Champions League in danger of losing its appeal by becoming too predictable

Take a By The Numbers look ahead of the Champions League semifinal first legs, as Real Madrid search for consecutive Champions League titles and Bayern Munich aim to continue their dominance at the Camp Nou.

The rhetoric is already being ramped up. Sergio Ramos has described the first leg of Real Madrid's Champions League semifinal with Juventus as one of "three finals" for Carlo Ancelotti's team this season. Lionel Messi is busy insisting that the prospect of meeting Pep Guardiola is not motivating Barcelona's players; Thomas Muller is confident his coach's intimate knowledge of his former club gives Bayern Munich the most slender of advantages.

This week is one of those rare occasions when the hype...

 By Lee Roden

Beating Pep Guardiola's Bayern could shape the future of Barcelona

For the first time since leaving the Catalan giants, Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola will face FC Barcelona in a competitive fixture.

It is hard to fathom two matches of greater importance for the future of Barcelona than their Champions League semifinal clash with Bayern Munich on Wednesday. A final appearance in Berlin in June would certainly be huge, but the emotional significance of facing the coach who shaped the greatest team the club has ever seen adds an extra degree of weight to this tie.

At the height of that team's prowess, the hope among many supporters was that Pep Guardiola could become Barcelona's Sir Alex Ferguson;...