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XFM presenter Elis James celebrates Wales's victory over Cyprus

XFM presenter turns down BBC interview because he 'will be s***faced' celebrating Wales's 1-0 victory over Cyprus

Elis James had the perfect response to an interview enquiry to sum up the good feeling surround Welsh football

It would be nice if the mighty Gareth Bale and chums would throw their lot in with England

Is it time for mighty Wales to team up with those lesser lights the English?

Some will always doubt the veracity of Fifa’s official ranking system but anyone who saw England at last summer’s World Cup knew full well they were witnessing the 10th best nation on the planet

David Platt (left) scored twice in England's 7-1 win over San Marino back in November 1993

San Marino v England: Minnows are the Three Lions' all-time favourite opponents

England have a +30 goal difference over the minnows

Wayne Rooney celebrates a goal for England

San Marino vs England: Wayne Rooney looking for record-breaking brace in Euro 2016 qualifier

Rooney can break Bobby Charlton's goal record with a brace

Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has tapped into Lafferty’s talents to win four games out of five

Faroe Islands vs Northern Ireland: Jonny Evans and Chris Brunt on cusp of Euro 2016 qualification

A big opportunity for Northern Ireland to book their place in France

Republic of Ireland captain Robbie Keane

Gibraltar vs Republic of Ireland: Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane want to avoid slipping on potential Euro 2016 banana skin

After three draws on the bounce, Ireland must win to keep qualification hopes alive

Scott Brown celebrates scoring against Poland in March last year

Georgia vs Scotland: Must-win Euro 2016 qualifier for Gordan Strachan as Scots target Poland and Germany

Steven Naismith will be the key man for Scotland

Wayne Rooney likely to break Sir Bobby Charlton's record - but does it stack up when he's played against San Marino and Andorra?

COMMENT: It's difficult to decipher who has the better goal record... but Charlton has the World Cup winners' medal

Gibraltar vs Republic of Ireland preview: Martin O'Neill must win this time to keep Euro 2016 hopes alive

With nine points from six games so far, the Republic need to be on 15 when they prepare to meet Germany and Poland next month

Faroe Islands vs Northern Ireland preview: Kyle Lafferty declared fit to fire Irish towards Euro 2016 qualification

Victory in Torshavn, and then against Hungary on Monday, will see Northern Ireland qualify for Euro 2016

Sunderland forward Steven Fletcher has started five of Scotland’s six qualifying games

Georgia vs Scotland preview: Steven Fletcher fits the bill to keep leading Scottish line

The Sunderland striker may be struggling to score, but he has been Gordon Strachan's first choice for five of the six European Championship qualifying games

Craig Gordon dives despairingly as Scotland concede on their ill-fated night in Tbilisi in 2007

Pictures on the wall for Scotland, but not the writing

Tennent's brewery has not hung up a national team photo since 1998 but another showdown in Tbilisi could put them back in big time

Harry Kane is yet to score for Tottenham this season but insists he has no fitness concerns

Harry Kane: Tottenham striker confident of rediscovering goal-scoring form after chat with Alan Shearer

The 22-year-old is still to hit the net for Spurs after four Premier League games so far this season

Arjen Robben, the new Netherlands captain, shows his frustration on a night his side lost 1-0 and he went off injured

European Championship qualifiers: Dutch in real danger of missing Euro 2016 party after Gylfi Sigurdsson strike gives Iceland victory

Danny Blind's men might not even make play-offs after defeat in Amsterdam

Fabian Delph and Raheem Sterling
New Manchester City signings post their version of Snakes on a Plane
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Scottish champions doing their bit to help 'horrific and heartbreaking' refugee crisis across Europe
Could a 'green card' to promote sportsmanship work?
Instead of fouls and cautions, 'green card' will promote good behaviour, fair play and sportsmanship
ANALYSIS Better late than never... who are the 17 most important players in the top flight?
Barcelona midfielder reveals he enjoys playing more than sex
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Bayern Munich gave €1m
Supporters have previously been banned from flying flags which are perceived to be of a political nature
The Chelsea boss has them hanging in his office at Cobham
Jose Mourinho at a photo call for a new sponsor
The announcement wasn't enough to put a smile on the face of the Special One
Gareth Bale has scored five goals in six games in Wales’ qualification campaign
Wales move above England in latest Fifa world rankings
Kevin de Bruyne holds his new Manchester City shirt after completing his move from Wolfsburg
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates his wonder goal in training
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Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring for Manchester City
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