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Theo Walcott Booked A Bench for South Africa

All the focus this week has been on the injury to David Beckham which has ruled him out of the World Cup. He may be a popular player but  this time David will be not playing football for about 6 month.

The Achilles tendon injury clearly isn’t expected to hamper England’s chances at the World Cup as the England World Cup Odds remain unchanged and England are still one of the favourites to win the World Cup. What is much more worrying than the Beckham injury is Aaron Lennon’s groin injury that has kept him out all year. He has looked the complete right winger this season, skinning opponents, setting up goals with great crosses and also chipping in with goals now.

The next players on the list appear to be Capello favourite James Milner, the inconsistent Theo Walcott and also Shaun Wright Phillips, who appears to have booked a spot on Capello’s plans from a decent twenty minutes off the bench against Egypt.

Whatever happens it seems England are not short of options on the right wing but they could end up short of top quality options and that can sometimes make the difference between winning and losing.

With just a few month’s to go until the World Cup it is a great opportunity to get some early value bets in for the biggest football tournament in the world. 

source : www.worldcup2010southafrica.com

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