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Manchester United's Rashford, Tottenham's Kane different versions of the new English striker

The FC crew share their thoughts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly naming Marcus Rashford a starter at the No. 9 position over Romelu Lukaku.
Referee expert Peter Walton shares his thoughts on VAR's decision to rule Tottenham's Harry Kane onside against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup.

Once upon a time, English football used to develop a particular type of striker. He was big, tall, strong and a perfect target for long balls and crosses.

Look through England squads at major international tournaments over the past 15 years and you'll find Peter Crouch (2006), Emile Heskey (2010) and Andy Carroll (2012). In 2014, there was Rickie Lambert, who actually specialised at linking play from deep, but by virtue of coming from the lower leagues, he was automatically considered a target man...

UEFA Nations League finals: Don't write off England but Portugal are favourites

The last time Portugal hosted a major tournament, a teenage Cristiano Ronaldo ended up in tears after the hosts fell to a shock defeat against Greece in the final of Euro 2004. It has pretty much been an upward curve since then for the Juventus forward in terms of his club career, with Manchester United and then Real Madrid -- with five Champions League winners' medals -- but on the international stage, even Portugal's surprise success at Euro 2016 was tarnished for Ronaldo due to the player being...

If the 2022 World Cup started today: Looking at the major nations

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on the team most likely to win the World Cup if it were to take place tomorrow.
Gianni Infantino believes Russia 2018 is the benchmark for Qatar to live up to at the 2022 World Cup.
Watch E:60's eye-opening segment on the migrant worker issues in Qatar.

The next World Cup is four years away, but if the tournament began today, how would the biggest countries line up? Further, what do they need to do between now and kickoff on Nov. 21, 2022?

We asked our writers to look into the future. Click on the flags below to see that nation.

ARGENTINA

Starting XI if the World Cup began today
Sergio Romero; Renzo Saravia, Juan Foyth, Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Tagliafico; Giovani Lo Celso, Leandro Paredes, Exequiel Palacios; Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala,...


Wayne Rooney's sons pose for cute Christmas card photos to herald holiday season

Cass, Kit, Klay and Kai Rooney will star in the family's Christmas cards
Cass, Kit, Klay and Kai Rooney will star in the family's Christmas cards.

Rather than lurid decorations or mawkish TV ads, we choose to believe the true arbiter of the beginning of the festive season to be the annual Rooney family Christmas card.

With dad Wayne back in the UK for his international swansong recently, mum Colleen seized the chance to take the kids along to her photographer of choice and get the 2018 card done.

The four Rooney boys -- Kai, Klay, Kitt and Cass (from oldest to youngest) -- clambered into their matching pyjamas and posed for several suitably...

England's positive vibes pay dividends, Belgium blow big lead, Dutch delight, more

When it comes to England and semifinals, it's a bit like the old London buses cliche: You wait 20 years for one and then two come along at once. OK, so the joke is beyond corny, and yes, a UEFA Nations League semifinal is a wholly different animal. However, there is no denying that the England team are buzzing in a way we have not seen in a long time.

There are plenty of holes you can pick in the 2-1 win over Croatia, which opened the doors of the final four to Gareth Southgate's crew. Until Harry...

Harry Kane inspires England comeback to seal UEFA Nations League finals place

Jesse Lingard and Harry Kane each scored to seal England's 2-1 comeback win over Croatia to reach the UEFA Nations League semifinals.
UEFA Nations League: Harry Kane (85') England 2-1 Croatia
UEFA Nations League: Jesse Lingard (78') England 1-1 Croatia
UEFA Nations League: Andrej Kramaric (57') England 0-1 Croatia

LONDON -- Three thoughts on England's 2-1 win vs. Croatia in League A, Group 4 of the UEFA Nations League.

1. England gain some revenge on Croatia

Four months after an agonising World Cup semifinal defeat in Moscow, England optimism again looked set to be punctured by Croatian resilience and experience. However, Gareth Southgate's team, as we are finding out, do not follow the same old scripts and engineered a stirring comeback that enhanced the feelgood factor and did much for a burgeoning competition's...