England Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Joe Hart 2.9
Kyle Walker 4.2
Gary Cahill 3.8
Phil Jagielka * 4.9
Leighton Baines 6.8
Tom Cleverley * 5.9
Steven Gerrard * 5.4
Jack Wilshere * 5.9
Theo Walcott * 6.8
Wayne Rooney * 4.2
Danny Welbeck 7.2
Ben Foster 0
Glen Johnson 10.0
Ashley Cole 0
Phil Jones
(Sub)
5.1
Chris Smalling 0
James Milner
(Sub)
4.7
Frank Lampard
(Sub)
5.8
Jermain Defoe 0
Rickie Lambert
(Sub)
7.7
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
(Sub)
5.8
Wilfried Zaha
(Sub)
5.5
John Ruddy 0
Scotland Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Allan McGregor 5.5
Alan Hutton 6.8
Russell Martin 4.2
Grant Hanley 4.2
Steven Whittaker 4.2
Robert Snodgrass * 6.5
James Morrison * 7.2
Scott Brown 6.2
James Forrest * 4.8
Shaun Maloney * 4.5
Kenny Miller * 8.0
Matthew Gilks 0
James McArthur 0
Steven Naismith
(Sub)
5.5
Chris Burke 0
Charlie Adam 0
Andy Webster 0
Jordan Rhodes
(Sub)
5.5
Charlie Mulgrew
(Sub)
5.5
Barry Bannan 0
Leigh Griffiths
(Sub)
5.5
Gary Mackay-Steven 0
Graham Dorrans 0
Craig Conway
(Sub)
5.5
George Boyd 0
Gordon Greer 0
Steven Hammell 0
David Marshall 0

Fixtures

Wednesday, 25 March 2015
15:00
Georgia v Malta  
Germany v Australia  
19:15
Denmark v USA  
19:45
Scotland v N Ireland  
Thursday, 26 March 2015
15:00
Costa Rica v Paraguay  
Nigeria v Bolivia  
15:30
Iran v Chile  
19:15
France v Brazil  
Friday, 27 March 2015
15:00
China v Bahrain  
Costa Rica v Paraguay  
El Salvador v Argentina  
Japan v Tunisia  

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