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 By PA Sport

Theo Walcott can lead England attack to Euro 2016 - Oxlade-Chamberlain

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks about Arsenal's centre forward problem and the fact that Walcott is should not play up front.
Euro 2016 may be almost a year away, but England are one team who can all but guarantee their participation in the tournament in France over the next week.
England's Jonjo Shelvey looks ahead to the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland, where he was delighted to be involved in the squad.
England's Jack Butland looks ahead to the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland at the National Football Centre.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has backed Arsenal teammate Theo Walcott to help fire England to Euro 2016.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, 22, believes Walcott has proved he can lead the Three Lions' front line as they prepare to reach the tournament in France next year.

England travel to San Marino on Saturday before hosting Switzerland in Group E on Tuesday, with Roy Hodgson's side on the brink of qualification.

Walcott has been called up as one of the four strikers and is yet to score this season, but wants to play...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal's Danny Welbeck 'out for months' after surgery on left knee

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol break down whether or not Arsenal will be able to cope without Danny Welbeck after failing to sign a striker during the transfer window.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsene Wenger's comments on Manchester United signing Anthony Martial whom the Arsenal manager praised as a "huge talent".
ESPN FC's Craig Burley asserts that Arsene Wenger has a lot of explaining to do for the fans since he failed to bring in his 'top' transfer targets.
Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell believes Arsene Wenger left it too late to sign a top class forward, but still thinks the club had a great transfer window.
Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell says the signing of Petr Cech means his old team have done well in the transfer market, despite failing to bring in more faces before the deadline.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson talks about Arsenal's centre forward problem and the fact that Walcott is should not play up front.
Danny Welbeck endured a frustrating debut season for Arsenal after suffering a number of injuries.

Danny Welbeck has undergone surgery on his left knee and will be out for "a period of months," Arsenal have announced.

Welbeck, 24, sustained a knee injury in April, and had been working towards a comeback in training for the Gunners.

However, the Premier League club have announced that the former Manchester United forward has instead undergone surgery and will now be out of action for an extended period of time.

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Harry Kane to turn to England's Wayne Rooney during scrutiny over form

Miss any Premier League action this weekend? The Exploding Heads sum up Chelsea's and Liverpool's struggles, Manchester City's perfect start and Manchester United's scoring troubles.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop assesses whether or not Tottenham's Harry Kane will be able to rediscover his form of last season in order to propel Tottenham's chances of making a top four finish.

England striker Harry Kane is confident he can handle the weight of expectation upon him -- but is also glad he has Wayne Rooney to turn to for advice.

Kane scored 31 goals for Tottenham as well as netting on his senior international debut in a major breakthrough season last term.

However, he has joined up with England ahead of Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier in San Marino without find the back of the net in 2015-16.

When asked about being under increased scrutiny following his 2014-15 exploits, Kane,...

Euro 2016 Forecaster: Several seeded teams in danger of not qualifying

As a result of several disappointing results, the Netherlands faces a must-win match this week.
As a result of several disappointing results, the Netherlands faces a must-win match this week.

The penultimate week of Euro 2016 group qualifying begins on Thursday, and 17 different countries could clinch a spot in France by Tuesday. The qualifying campaign has been rife with upsets, resulting in only two of the nine seeded teams currently being on top of their groups.

With the forgiving nature of qualifying, not all of the seeds are in danger of being eliminated. Each group's top two teams qualify automatically for Euro 2016. The best team of the nine third-place clubs also gets a direct berth, and the other eight third-place teams enter playoffs for the final four spots.

But as it stands, ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) forecasts three seeded teams to finish outside the top two when the group stage concludes in October. Based on 10,000 simulations of the remaining games, here's how SPI sees the groups playing out, with a focus on how the top seeds are performing. (For more information on SPI, see Nate Silver's explainers here, here and here.)

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Roy Hodgson: England must step it up to be Euro 2016 contenders

Euro 2016 may be almost a year away, but England are one team who can all but guarantee their participation in the tournament in France over the next week.
England's Jonjo Shelvey looks ahead to the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland, where he was delighted to be involved in the squad.

England coach Roy Hodgson has told his players they must step up their performances if they want to have a chance of winning Euro 2016.

Hodgson's team will qualify for the European Championship if they beat San Marino on Saturday and Slovenia fail to defeat Switzerland.

Group E contains some of the weaker sides in Europe, and Hodgson was keen to stress that his players must not rest on their laurels if qualification is secured at the weekend.

"The manager said we can either go one way, keep winning...