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All votes are in for Match Day 1 and this is how it stands...


30 players have selected Germany!


2 players have selected Scotland!


Germany's likely starting line-up is a team dripping with silver and gold.


Two World Cup winners, 13 Champions League medals, 13 World Club medals, 30 Bundesligas, five La Ligas, five English Premier Leagues - and that’s not counting domestic cups, which would bring the overall titles tally to close to a century.


Every squad has its own story and Scotland’s can be summarised in a word: resilience. They are footballing renaissance men.


It’s not to say that their German equivalents have not had hurdles to clear in their own careers, but Scotland rewrite the book on that front.


Five of Steve Clarke’s 26-man squad are either without a club or soon to be unattached.


Throughout the camp there are stories of players fighting back from heartbreaking rejection, flak from fans and very serious injury.


United by struggle, they are easy to identify with and easy to root for.


Good Luck!

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Euro 2024 is only 2 weeks away and so is LMS Euro 2024....

Here are the rules……


Euro 2024 LMS 


Rules: 


Group stages: 


Every matchday a player must pick a team that either wins or draws. If your team loses you’re out!


You can’t pick the same team twice in the group stages. 


Group stage matchdays begin on Friday the 14th of June and end on Wednesday the 26th of June. 


All the matchdays can be viewed here: 



Knockout stages: 


Team choices reset to anyone who makes it through to the knockout stages. In the knockout stage your team must win for you to go through. 


You can’t pick the same team twice in the knockout stage, unless you make it to the final whereby you will have the choice of either team regardless. 


Last player/players left will win!


Rollovers:


It will only be possible for a rollover in the group stages. If there are multiple winners because multiple players make it to the final and pick the winning team the pot will be shared! Good Luck!

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Fulham v Man City Fulham midfielder Sasa Lukic will miss the game because of a minor calf issue.

Harrison Reed has returned to training after missing last weekend's draw at Brentford.

Pep Guardiola will have a fully-fit Manchester City squad to choose from.

Ederson recovered from a minor shoulder problem to start in goal last weekend.


Bournemouth v Brentford Bournemouth's Tyler Adams, Lloyd Kelly and Marcus Tavernier are all fit to face Brentford.

Milos Kerkez will serve his final game of a three-match suspension this weekend.

Brentford head coach Thomas Frank has confirmed Aaron Hickey will not feature again this season.

Kristoffer Ajer is expected to play wearing a mask after suffering a broken nose against Fulham, while Mathias Jensen could return to the matchday squad.


Everton v Sheffield United


Everton have an unchanged squad from their draw against Luton last weekend.

Nathan Patterson, Bamidele Alli and Vitalii Mykolenko will not feature again this season.

Sheffield United's Anel Ahmedhodzic is suspended after being sent off last weekend, while Mason Holgate is ineligible to face his parent club.

Tom Davies, John Egan and Daniel Jebbison are back in training but might not play until next season.


Newcastle v Brighton


Newcastle may have Kieran Trippier available again after the defender returned to training this week.

Fabian Schar is still nursing a hamstring injury, while Jamaal Lascelles, Sven Botman, Joe Willock, Matt Targett and Lewis Miley won't feature again this season.

Brighton's latest injury doubt is top-scorer Joao Pedro, who has an ankle issue.

Tariq Lamptey could return but Adam Lallana, James Milner and Jan Paul van Hecke will likely remain out.


Spurs v Burnley Tottenham head coach Ange Postecoglou has no fresh injury concerns.

However, Timo Werner, Ben Davies, Manor Solomon, Ryan Sessegnon, Fraser Forster and Destiny Udogie won't feature again this season.

Burnley defender Maxime Esteve has recovered from the illness that caused him to come off early during their 4-1 defeat by Newcastle United last weekend.

Luca Koleosho is not quite ready to return, while Aaron Ramsey, Ameen Al-Dakhil, Nathan Redmond and Jordan Beyer remain out.


West Ham v Luton


West Ham centre-back pairing Nayef Aguerd and Konstantinos Mavropanos remain sidelined.

On-loan midfielder Kalvin Phillips is also expected to miss out again with a calf issue.

Luton can welcome back forward Chiedozie Ogbene from a hamstring injury.

Dan Potts and Mads Andersen may return before the end of the season but won't feature this weekend.


Wolves v Palace Tommy Doyle is available for Wolves, having been ineligible to face parent club Manchester City last weekend as his permanent move to Molineux is yet to be finalised.

Pedro Neto is not ready to return after two months out with a hamstring injury.

Head coach Gary O'Neil will be back on the touchline after serving a one-match ban.

Crystal Palace defender Marc Guehi made his comeback as a late substitute against Manchester United on Monday night after three months out with a knee injury.

Jefferson Lerma is still sidelined but should be fit for the final game of the season.


Forest v Chelsea Nottingham Forest will likely remain without Neco Williams, who missed last weekend’s victory against Sheffield United with a thigh injury.

Taiwo Awoniyi returned as a substitute at Bramall Lane after missing two months with a groin issue.

Chelsea may be able to welcome back Reece James and Lesley Ugochukwu, who are both back in full training.

Robert Sanchez is also nearing a return but Ben Chilwell, Romeo Lavia, Wesley Fofana and Enzo Fernandez remain sidelined.


Man U v Arsenal


Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay are back in contention for Manchester United after missing Monday's 4-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.

Marcus Rashford should be available after a three-match absence but Mason Mount misses out after sustaining another injury.

Arsenal have fitness concerns over Bukayo Saka and Takehiro Tomiyasu. If the pair are available it would mean that manager Mikel Arteta is able to name the same starting XI for the fourth match in a row.

Jurrien Timber could return to the squad for the first time since suffering a serious knee injury on the opening weekend of the season.


Villa v Man City Aston Villa will assess the fitness of Youri Tielemans, Nicolo Zaniolo and Alex Moreno, who have all missed recent games because of injuries.

Morgan Rogers was substituted during the first half against Brighton last weekend due to a muscle injury and was ruled out of Thursday's European semi-final defeat.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp did not provide any squad fitness updates in his pre-match press conference.

It is thought that forward Diogo Jota is close to a return.


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