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So the Three Lions have booked their place in the 2010 World Cup Finals, but now the race is on to impress Capello – Who’ll make the squad? See the best price betting here.

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has committed his future to the club after his team’s 6-2 win over Blackburn, claiming he has no intention of leaving the club.

Fabregas’s Spain team-mate Xavi has spoken of his desire for the 22-year-old to move back to Barcelona, but the Arsenal skipper was quick to pledge allegiance to the gunenrs.

Asked whether he kissed his badge to show how much he loves the club, he said: “Yes, because there is always some speculation that I don’t like to hear. I am committed to this club 100%, it is my seventh season here.

“It is hard to hear people saying I am not committed enough or something. It was a good time to show I love this club. We did not do well in the first 10 to 15 minutes and were a bit shaky defensively. But after the goal we did well and it was a good game.

“I am happy with all the team’s performance. We can do better – it is just one more game in the race for the title.”

So the Three Lions have booked their place in the 2010 World Cup Finals, but now the race is on to impress Capello – Who’ll make the squad? See the best price betting here.

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