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England headline today’s events looking to follow up on a good night for the British Isles last night where Northern Ireland qualified for their first major championship since 1986, the Republic of Ireland defeated World Champions Germany, and Scotland came close to beating Poland in a 2-2 draw.
Estonia travel to Wembley with their hopes all but doomed, and England have the opportunity to experiment with next summer in mind with their place at Euro 2016 already secure. Captain Wayne Rooney is set to miss the clash with an ankle injury and loses the opportunity to add to his national goalscoring record that has seen him score in each of his last five competitive games at Wembley. Harry Kane or maybe the red-hot Theo Walcott are likely to step into the void and the north London pair are good shouts for first goal scorer. To read a full preview, click here.
Rugby World Cup favourites New Zealand close out Pool C against Tonga tonight looking to keep up their 100% record. Tonga enter the game off the back of a 45-16 loss to second-placed Argentina while New Zealand have have had a weeks rest since their 43-10 demolition of Georgia.
Matthew Fitzpatrick leads the pack after the first round of the British Masters as he shot 64 to go -7. Irishmen Shane Lowry is still bookies favourite and he got out the blocks to go -5. Other contenders include Ian Poulter, who is -3, and Lee Westwood who sits at -2.
Novak Djokovic hits the court again in China at around 12:30 BST in the last eight of the ATP China Open. The world number one has only dropped five games in his two wins thus far, easily disposing of home-soil favourite Ze Zhang 6-2, 6-1 in the last round. American John Isner is ranked 13th in the world and is a considerable step up in class compared to Djokovic’s previous two opponents. Isner holds two wins over the Swiss, but Djokovic has seven and is a formidable prospect on the hard court.
Only four are left standing in the World Grand Prix of Darts and original favourite and defending champion Michael Van Gerwen remains in contention after dispatching Jamie Lewis 3-0 last night. The 26-year-old Dutchmen now faces Mark Webster while Robert Thornton and Mensur Suljovic contest the other semi-final.
Today’s horse racing comes courtesy of Newmarket, York, Newton Abbot and Wolverhampton. Today’s NAP is aptly named Promising Run, and he runs in the 15:10 meet at Newmarket.
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