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Cesc accepts Spain omission

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By ESPN Staff

LIVE video chat with Hoddle and Wilkins

Ahead of the forthcoming Euro 2012 qualifier between Wales v England, Castrol, in partnership with the League Managers Association will be previewing this clash with two former England greats - Glenn Hoddle and Ray Wilkins.

Show date : Monday, March 21, 2011
Show time: 11.00 GMT

They will be assessing how Wales are making the transition to a more youth-focused squad and how they'll fair against Fabio Capello's English Lions - who are also facing a transition period as the old guard of Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard face a challenge from a new, younger breed.

As well as Wales v England, we'll look at the other Euro 2012 qualifying groups and using the Castrol Predictor technology to analyse who we think are certain to qualify for the tournament in Poland & Ukraine and who look as though they're struggling.

Log onto our live webTV show where you can send your questions and involved in the debate. Glenn and Ray will also give their views on the recent UEFA Champions League and Europa League clashes and who they think will reach Wembley and Dublin respectively.

For more information go to www.castrolfootball.com

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