Raheem Sterling should take Theo Walcott’s place in the England XI

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The winners and losers of England vs Denmark

Date: 6th March 2014 at 6:04pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

England manager Roy Hodgson got his last chance to study his options up close for the forthcoming World Cup in Brazil. A solid yet uninspiring 1-0 victory over a compact and unimaginative Denmark will give Hodgson plenty to ponder in the upcoming weeks as the domestic season draws to a close. Here are a few of the winners and losers from the Wembley encounter: Winners Raheem Sterling – Starting with the lively Sterling was a great show of confidence from Hodgson for a player who has been right at the centre of Liverpool’s rise up the table in recent weeks. Sterling showed a willingness to take on numerous defenders at once. Sterling created four chances in the game. With competition from the likes of Alex-Oxlade-Chamberlain, Adam Lallana and past flavour-of-the-month Andros Townsend, Sterling proved himself as a strong candidate for a starting berth down the wing come Brazil. With Theo Walcott unavailable Sterling feels the best direct replacement with ... Read More


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