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Its been a week of love and loss at Whitten Oval but Western Bulldogs midfielder Jack Macrae is confident his AFL side will be ready come Friday night.The Bulldogs travel to Geelong for a crunch clash that will significantly boost or batter their top-four hopes.They are coming off an upset loss to St Kilda, during which Mitch Wallis broke two bones in his leg and Jack Redpath ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).Coach Luke Beveridge was close to tears on Tuesday at a media conference, while many players were crying in the changerooms on Saturday at Etihad Stadium.As traumatic and tough a week its been, it has been a week that just reminds you of how close everyone is and how much we all love each other, Macrae told AAP.It just goes to show the care we have for those two blokes and how big a part of the club they are.It has been a difficult week but were all pretty excited to get out on Friday night, hopefully do them proud and put it behind us.The Bulldogs, who sit seventh on the ladder but could burst back into the top four if they defeat Geelong, have endured a luckless run this season with injuries.Captain Bob Murphy, who was booked in for a season-ending knee reconstruction after tearing his ACL in round three, has been one of many key players to suffer serious setbacks.Macrae was full of praise for teammates resilience and self-belief this year and he expects more of the same at Simonds Stadium.With every injury and challenge weve faced, every time weve responded, the midfielder said.It just goes to show the character, depth and strength of the list.Hopefully, we can do that again on Friday and for the rest of the year.Obviously, they have a great record there and have been a great team for many years - it would definitely be a great victory.Geelong icons Jimmy Bartel and Corey Enright will celebrate milestones in round 19.Bartel will play his 300th match, while Enright will break the Cats games record when he runs out for the 326th time.Weve got our own. 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"We know whos in charge," he said. Nike Epic React Flyknit Uomo. -- Nathan Pancel scored twice as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the North Bay Battalion 4-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.Roy Hodgsons 26-man England squad for Euro 2016 will be reduced to 23 before the tournament, but which three players could miss out? The likes of Marcus Rashford, Fabian Delph, Jack Wilshere and Andros Townsend are surprise inclusions in the squad ahead of the tournament in France, which kicks off for England on June 11 against Russia in Marseille.Hodgson has friendlies against Turkey (May 22) and Australia (May 27) to judge who will make the final cut before a final warm-up against Portugal on June 2. Danny Drinkwater got a midfield place after a successful season with Leicester Here, Sky Sports News HQs Nick Collins gives us some insight into Hodgsons thinking, and who is likely to miss out from the initial squad...Which three players could be left at home? COLLINS: Youve got to look at the midfield, and with 11 names in the squad, thats where some of the cuts will inevitably be made.If Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson can prove their form and fitness after returning from injury, then I think a couple of players that may miss out would be the likes of Fabian Delph and Danny Drinkwater. If Jack Wilshere keeps fit, he could stay in Hodgsons squad, says Nick Collins I think they are the sort of players who will be in danger of missing out.The third one at this stage, and I hasten to add at this stage, who is most likely to miss out would be 18-year-old Marcus Rashford, the surprise name in the squad. What can Rashford do to get on the plane? Sky Sports News HQ reporter Nick Collins investigates whether Marcus Rashford has enough time to force his way in Englands final 23 man squad for Euro 2016 COLLINS: Hes got a lot of convincing to do to get ahead in the pecking order.dddddddddddd Roy Hodgson has always said he wanted to take five strikers, but that may change to four now because of Danny Welbecks injury.The young player has really got to show that he can do something. He cant play in the first warm-up game against Turkey of course because of his involvement in the FA Cup final with Manchester United, and his one chance may come against Australia at the Stadium of Light on May 27. Marcus Rashford is yet to appear for the England senior side It could completely change with form and injury over the coming days, and thats why it is a fascinating situation. Which decisions would have been toughest for Hodgson?COLLINS: I think the hardest decision would have been telling Phil Jagielka that he wont be going to the Euros. Defender Phil Jagielka (left) was left out of Hodgsons 26-man squad I think the decision between Andros Townsend and Theo Walcott would have also been a tough one. Theyve both played well for Hodgson in the past, though loss of form and injuries have curtailed their appearances for England. But Townsend finished the season strongly, and it has been the opposite for Theo. England 26-man squad for friendlies against Turkey and AustraliaGoalkeepers: Forster, Hart, HeatonDefenders: Bertrand, Cahill, Clyne, Rose, Smalling, Stones, WalkerMidfielders: Alli, Barkley, Dier, Drinkwater, Delph, Henderson, Lallana, Milner, Sterling, Townsend, WilshereStrikers: Kane, Rashford, Rooney, Sturridge, Vardy Also See: Hodgson: No Rooney guarantees Where would you play Rooney? What now for Walcott? Walcott omission is no surprise Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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