Paul Merson and Phil Thompson go head-to-head in a special Euro 2016 Sky Sports Fantasy Six-a-Side challenge as they look to lan

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Paul Merson and Phil Thompson go head-to-head in a special Euro 2016 Sky Sports Fantasy Six-a-Side challenge as they look to land £1,000 for their charity of choice. Sergei Nemchinov Jersey . Englands opening clash in Group B against Russia on Saturday is the opening fixture in the pundits best-of-seven showdown, with Roy Hodgsons men bidding to kick their campaign off with a win in Marseille.Both men will be playing for £1,000 to go to their chosen charity with Merse nominating Children with Cancer and Thommo looking to raise money for Nugent Care. Heres who the Soccer Saturday pundits are selecting...Merses teamHarry Kane - Kane is a certain starter so Ive gone with a safe option here. I wish hed stop taking free-kicks and corners and get in the box, though, it infuriates me! Hes just won the Golden Boot, so hell be a real threat if he gets himself in the box. Harry Kane is a certain starter for Merse - but our man would prefer he didnt take free-kicks! Chris Smalling - Smalling is a better defender than Gary Cahill in my opinion and, having scored against Portugal, it wouldnt surprise me if he scored again. Its funny how goals come in patches.Eric Dier - Im playing safe and going with Dier. Hes almost certainly going to start and hell be solid in midfield as he always is. I just hope he can curb his aggressive side, because hell no doubt be getting wound up on Saturday.Jack Wilshere - Wilshere has got to play, hasnt he? I cant see how Wilshere doesnt start. Ive got to go with who I believe should be playing, not with who Roy may pick. Merse cant see how Jack Wilshere (C) wont start against Russia Igor Akinfeev - Tactical pick here. England should be better than Russia so I suspect Akinfeev will be the busier of the two goalkeepers.Alexander Kokorin - I watched highlights of Kokorin a while back and he looked decent. Russia are going to try and keep the ball and he could be the player to convert that possession into goals. Pick your team now Think you can pick a better side? Select your VI here. Thommos teamWayne Rooney - Rooney is my elite pick. Theres a lot of talk about where Roy will play Rooney but for me, hes a certain starter just behind Harry Kane. His experience will be key to the way England will play and will probably take a penalty if England get one. Wayne Rooney should start behind Harry Kane, reckons Phil Thompson Kyle Walker - Walkers energy will be vital to whichever system England play with. Hell get plenty of the ball and will be bombing down the right, hopefully creating openings for Kane.Gary Cahill - Ive gone for Gary Cahill as hes always likely to pop up with a vital goal from a set-piece. He may not have had the best of seasons for Chelsea but hes another certain starter against Russia.Eric Dier - One of the first names on the team-sheet and crucial to protecting Englands vulnerable back four. If England dominate possession, as I think they will, Dier will get lots of touches. Igor Akinfeev makes both Six-a-Side teams - because our pundits reckon hell be busy! Igor Akinfeev - I expect England to have all the ball so it could turn out to be a busy evening for the Russian keeper.James Milner - Im a big fan of James Milner and believe hell start. He has the ability to play in lots of positions and I think his tireless work will free up Rooney and Kane to create some damage. Also See: England v Russia England, beware the giant Ryan McDonagh Jersey . Ferrer, the two-time defending champion in Buenos Aires, is aiming to win his 21st ATP tournament. Ferrer will next face fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro, the fourth seed, who defeated Jeremy Chardy of France 7-6 (7), 6-3 in another quarterfinal match. Dan Girardi Jersey . The 20-year-old Inoue landed a series of combinations and the bout was stopped 2 minutes, 54 seconds into the sixth round. Inoue, the first Japanese boxer to claim a world title in just his sixth professional fight, improved to 6-0 with five knockouts. .ca contributor Grant McCagg provides a look at some risers and fallers on the prospect watch.CALGARY -- In the same city where Canada held its Olympic orientation camp in August, two talented forwards that were passed over made a loud statement for being included in the trip to the Sochi Games. Tyler Seguin had his first four-goal game while Jamie Benn had one goal and a career-high six points Thursday night as the Dallas Stars scored four straight goals in the second period to run away with a 7-3 victory over the Calgary Flames. "I actually texted Jamie, probably early August when the camp list came out," said Seguin. "I didnt know him too well but I texted him about it. Yeah, I think we both wanted to make a statement." While it makes the odds longer, not being at the camp doesnt necessarily mean you wont get picked. Bostons Patrice Bergeron is an example of a guy that was picked for the Olympic team in 2010 after not being at the camp. "Theres obviously so many good players in this league that didnt get picked," said Benn. "Theres obviously some pretty high talent at that camp in the summer. It is what it is. I just came in to camp this year with the focus of being the best player I can be." Benn and Seguin are off to a terrific start with 22 points on the season, two back of the NHL lead shared by Sidney Crosby and Alex Steen. "There was a point where Tyler and I started laughing at each other," said Benn, whos previous high for points in a game was three. "You definitely dont want to embarrass the other team but its just one of those nights where everything was clicking." Joined on the Stars top line by rookie Valeri Nichushkin, the formidable Dallas trio was too quick, too skilled and just too elusive for the Flames, who were a step behind all night and could not contain them. Stars coach Lindy Ruff says the two should be opening some eyes when it comes to the prospects of playing for Team Canada. "Youd hope that theyre catching some attention. Theyve had a very good start for us and theyve been leading our team offensively," Ruff said. "Like most teams, you dont often find one guy up in the standings, its usually two guys that work well together. Those two guys have had chemistry ever since camp." Since the July 4 trade that saw Dallas acquire Seguin from Boston in a multi-player deal, the two have quickly become good friends. "Right from day one, we were shooting texts back and forth when we found out about the trade. I was definitely excited to have a player like him join our hockey club," Benn said. "Were living in the same building back home so were spending a lot of time together and thats transllating to chemistry on the ice. Mike Richter Jersey. ." Stephane Robidas and Ryan Garbutt also scored for Dallas (10-7-2). The Stars have won five of their last six and have reeled off five straight road victories. Goligoski had three assists. Matt Stajan, with a pair, and David Jones replied for Calgary (6-10-3). The slumping Flames are winless in their last five. "We just got outworked. Its the same story," said Flames winger Lee Stempniak. "We had a bad first period. We didnt play smart, we didnt play hard. That was a talented team and they took advantage of the odd-man rushes." Leading 1-0 already, Dallas scored four straight goals to open the up the second period. Seguin began the onslaught at 1:19 knocking in his own rebound after Benn got the puck to the front of the net. The same combo struck again at 4:25, and again four minutes after that. That goal, making it 4-0, ended the evening for Berra, who was replaced by Karri Ramo. "We need to get back to our game and get back to our game quick. Thats unacceptable," said Flames coach Bob Hartley. "Were basically giving games away with unnecessary mistakes. Basic, simple mistakes that shouldnt happen at this level." Seguin scored 30 seconds into the third period to extend the Stars lead to 6-1. After two Flames goals, Dallas converted a late power play with Seguin notching goal No. 4. When the Flames and Stars met three weeks ago, Dallas was last in the West, four points behind the Flames. Since that night when Dallas won 5-1, Calgary has gone 2-7-1 while the Stars have gone 7-2-2. "It all falls into the same thing -- not being mentally sharp, making wrong decisions, having turnovers, losing your guys, losing battles," said Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman. "The frustration has been building for the last four games now and it kind of accumulated tonight." The game began as many have for the Flames, who gave up the first goal. At 6:27, Wideman gave the puck away and then ended up screening Berra as Robidas scored on a slapshot from the blue-line. Calgary has given up the first goal in seven of its last eight games and has been outscored 11-1 in the first period. Notes: Nichushkin, Trevor Daley and Goligoski led the Stars at plus-4 ... Wideman played in his 600th NHL game while RW Tim Jackman appeared in his 400th for the Flames ... Scratched for the Flames was D Derek Smith ... Dallas iced the identical lineup to what they deployed against the Oilers on Wednesday ... Mike Cammalleris three-game goal-scoring streak came to an end for Calgary ... Flames are 3-1-1 when they do score first. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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