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AFTER ALL THE off-the-field shenanigans surrounding the departure of Glenn Hoddle as England manager and his replacement by Kevin Keegan (right), the players will no doubt be delighted to be able to focus on matters on the pitch. And those really are crucial, as England try to put a hitherto faltering qualification campaign for Euro 2000 back on track. Keegan will be hoping that Alan Shearer can re-discover his goal-scoring form in England vs Poland (2pm Sky Sports 2) at Wembley.

Some intriguing casting in recent years has seen both Jack Nicholson (Mars Attacks!) and Bill Pullman (Independence Day) play the US President. Now it is the turn of Harrison Ford in Air Force One (10pm Sky Premier), a pacy thriller from Wolfgang Peterson about the hijack of the Presidential plane.

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