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Match of the Day Live

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England v Switzerland
New head coach Fabio Capello gets his first chance to take a look at the players he inherited from Steve McLaren as England take on Switzerland in a friendly at Wembley Stadium (kick-off 8.00).
England were defeated by Croatia in a game which ultimately denied them a place in the Euro championships, but the incoming Italian has plenty of time to shape the national team in his image. He is a successful coach with a distinguished pedigree, having won domestic titles with AC Milan, Real
Madrid, Roma and Juventus, but he was criticised for not picking high-profile players at Real Madrid, such as David Beckham. If he chooses to play the former captain again, it will mark his 100th cap.
Capello's other key decision will be who to play in goal, with Paul Robinson , Scott Carson , Robert Green and David James vying for a place. Gary Lineker hosts. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong (HD) A Nation on Film - Munich Remembered follows at 10pm on BBC4
Digital viewers can press red to access a range of options, including live coverage of Northern Ireland v Bulgaria, Radio 5
Live commentary and reports from the other home nations matches

Contributors

Unknown: Fabio Capello
Unknown: Steve McLaren
Unknown: David Beckham.
Unknown: Paul Robinson
Unknown: Scott Carson
Unknown: David James
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Producer: Phil Bigwood
Editor: Paul Armstrong

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