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 By Alex Shaw

England sleepwalk past Estonia to maintain unbeaten record

England remain undefeated in group play with a comfortable 2-0 win over Estonia.
Ross Barkley put forth a spectacular piece of skill to set up this shot against Estonia.
Stand-in captain Gary Cahill shares his excitement with the media on leading the team ahead of Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Estonia and Lithuania.

LONDON -- Three things from England 2-0 Estonia in Euro 2016 qualifying on Friday night.

1. England dull but remain perfect

Watching paint dry, completing a tax return or washing the dishes all appeared to be tantalising prospects in comparison to the football on offer during England's 2-0 win against Estonia on Friday night.

In front of a half-interested crowd of 75,427 with seemingly nothing better to do, Roy Hodgson's men laboured in one of the dullest victory laps seen in goodness knows...

Theo Walcott is central for Arsenal. Can he be the same for England?

After Arsenal's resounding 3-0 win over Manchester United, the question is whether they can maintain that level over the course of a season.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks about Arsenal's centre forward problem and the fact that Walcott is should not play up front.

It has been a nine-year journey for a player who has not gone anywhere. After arriving as a 16-year-old from Southampton in 2006, Theo Walcott is still at Arsenal, still the same unfailingly polite sprinter and one who many have argued is neither progressing nor regressing.

Walcott has always seemed emblematic of Arsenal: forever young, even when he was not particularly young anymore, and undoubtedly good but without the consistent brilliance that greatness requires. He epitomised the kind of player...

Dier, Redmond, Zaha among wildcards for Hodgson's England in Euro 2016

Former England defender Ledley King believes youth is the key behind England's flying Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, having become the first side to book their place in the finals in France next year.

Whatever happens this week against Estonia and Lithuania in qualifying matches, England are going to the European Championships. And whatever happens on the pitch, we probably know the bulk of the squad already.

But who are the rank outsiders who might make a late break for inclusion? Who are England's wildcards? ESPN FC asked Iain Macintosh to look down manager Roy Hodgson's long list.

Once considered England's right-back for the coming decade, Micah Richards won only 13 caps and hasn't played...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

How teams from Britain and Ireland can reach Euro 2016

Former England defender Ledley King believes youth is the key behind England's flying Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, having become the first side to book their place in the finals in France next year.

As the qualifying for Euro 2016 comes to a close, all the five countries of Britain and Ireland are in with a chance of being at the final tournament in France together.

In the English media, the expansion from a 16 to 24-team tournament caused much moaning about an anti-competitive qualifying process. England's breeze through Group E in winning each and every match may do little to prepare them for the finals but their neighbours have each embraced the greater opportunity. The Scots and Irish,...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Jack Grealish's England choice over Ireland isn't about national pride

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood says that he expected to be disappointed at Anfield, despite his side scoring two goals against Liverpool.
Jack Grealish has picked England over the Republic of Ireland, leading to some criticism from fans of the latter national team.

To the Irish, Jack Grealish's decision to declare for England did not come as a surprise. The trail had gone dead for some time; pretty much since the Aston Villa prodigy turned down a senior call-up from Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill in August 2014.

The last remaining straws were clutched after England coach Roy Hodgson expressed some exasperation when asked about Grealish earlier this month.

"I'm not 100 percent certain of what he is waiting for," Hodgson said on Sept. 6. "Maybe before...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Wayne Rooney steps into England history in win over Switzerland

England cemented their place at the top of Group E with a 2-0 win over Switzerland that saw Wayne Rooney break the England goal-scoring record.
England captain Wayne Rooney reflects on scoring his record-breaking 50th goal for the Three Lions.
The ESPN FC panel discuss whether England's impressive run of games can continue on the big stage in France for the European Championship.
Wayne Rooney is now England's all-time leading goalscorer after he notched his record 50th goal to give the Three Lions a 2-0 lead over Switzerland in their Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley.
EUROPEAN QUALIFIER: Harry Kane goal (67') England 1-0 Switzerland

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from England's 2-0 win over Switzerland in European Championship qualifying at Wembley on Tuesday night.

1. Rooney steps into history

There was a deep breath taken as destiny called. Granit Xhaka's hack on Raheem Sterling had given Wayne Rooney his chance from the penalty spot. The captain stepped up, his nerves holding as he blasted his shot into the net. Although Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer had guessed right, his hand could not stop Rooney hitting a half century...