Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Fadugba and Mark Langdon to discuss the latest round of World Cup qualifiers featuring England’s comfortable win over Albania, Ireland’s defeat to Luxembourg and a point for Scotland v Israel.
On the podcast today; England beat Albania 2-0 in a quite dull game, prompting the question – why do England play two holding midfielders in fixtures like this?
Elsewhere, Republic of Ireland suffered an embarrassing defeat to Luxembourg, Scotland earned a point against Israel and the England U-21s made a disastrous start to the Euros.
Plus, Cristiano Ronaldo sulks, Subbuteo VAR and Cambridge United top League Two.
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