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Thursday 15 June 2006 11.56am
Can't believe we don't have a thread for this already!

Anyway, what are everyone's predictions for tonight? I reckon 3-0 to England.

Looks like we might see Rooney coming on late in the 2nd half.
Thursday 15 June 2006 12.20pm

Sweden 1-0 Paraguay
Thursday 15 June 2006 12.24pm
JonR wrote:
Sweden 1-0 Paraguay

Erm... I meant this:

Thursday 15 June 2006 12.41pm
3-0 is a bit optimistic isn't it?

i think we might just scrape a 1-1 draw
we'll go 1-0 down early on, because we won't give them enough respect, and then they'll defend heavily, and we'll claw an equaliser in the 76th minute.
Thursday 15 June 2006 1.14pm
oh but Jon don't forget he will bring Saint Rooney of Merseyside on with 15 minutes to go who will no doubt get his hat trick then trip up and break his foot again.
Tuesday 20 June 2006 12.48pm
It's going to be tough this evening.

England have not beaten Sweden in 11 attempts since 1968. Gerrard, Crouch and Neville will all miss this game.

On the plus side, we'll have Rooney :-)
Tuesday 20 June 2006 5.07pm
Because David became behaves like royalty I find it difficult to root for someone like that.
The England team always get my support in the end ,but I like to see them suffer first and put a bit of real effort in .

They have to earn my support. baby
Wednesday 21 June 2006 11.58am
Looks like Owen's going to be out for at least 5 months.
Anonymous User
Wednesday 21 June 2006 3.28pm
Never mind - he's way past his best anyway
Sunday 25 June 2006 10.00pm
Looking very good for England now. 3 of Portugal's top players could be out and also they have 5 players on yellow cards. Rooney has had a full game run out and should be deadly against Portugal.
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