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Back in the warmer surrounds of Studio 4 after a brief sojourn on Monday to the Sky Sports broom cupboard, the Football Podcast dons face-paint and gets out the maracas for a celebration of England's 2-1 friendly win over Brazil.

There's also analysis of victories for Scotland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland.

Sky Sports News Radio's Mikey Burrows is your host, and he's joined by TEAMtalk.com duo Rob McCarthy and Jon Holmes.

Jack Wilshere draws widespread praise for his man-of-the-match display at Wembley, and there's optimism too following the performances of several of his England colleagues.

Question marks remain over Danny Welbeck and the centre-back pairing however - find out what our trio think of Roy Hodgson's system and the options for the crunch World Cup qualifier in Montenegro next month.

Gordon Strachan started his Scotland tenure with a 1-0 win over Estonia, and his team selection is greeted as a breath of fresh air after the dull approach of Craig Levein.

Spurs fan Rob is pleased to see Gareth Bale turn in another dynamic display for Wales as they beat Austria 2-1, while Jon hails one of Bale's team-mates who performed well despite a poor run of club form of late.

There's also chat on the new breed of Republic of Ireland players who saw off Poland 2-0 in Dublin, and Mikey raves about his favourite international team, Belgium.

To listen to the Podcast, download the MP3 file or use the Mixcloud player below. The Podcast will also be available via iTunes.

Let us know your thoughts by adding a Comment below or sending a tweet to @TEAMtalk.

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