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England face Slovenia in a World Cup Qualifier in Ljubljana on Tuesday night, but who are the home teams key players? Caretaker England manager Gareth Southgate takes the Three Lions to the SRC Stozice Stadium for this Group F clash having won his first game in temporary charge of his country against Malta on Saturday.However, the group leaders can expect a far tougher challenge against a Slovenia side currently sitting third in the table after the opening two fixtures on the road to Russia 2018. Srecko Katanecs team, who are 67th in the FIFA world rankings, drew 2-2 in Lithuania before beating Slovakia 1-0 on Saturday, meaning they will leapfrog their opponents with victory on Tuesday.But who are the Slovenia danger men that Southgate and Co must keep a close eye on?In goal, Atletico Madrids Jan Oblak will be the man standing between England and three points on Tuesday evening. Keeper Jan Oblak (right) has been impressive for Atletico Madrid The shot-stopper, 23, has eight clean sheets in 11 games this season for both club and country and has been in impressive form between the posts for Diego Simeones side.When Oblak moved to the Spanish capital from Benfica in 2014 to replace Thibaut Courtois, he became the most expensive keeper in La Liga history. Bojan Jokic (right) had a loan spell at Nottingham Forest last season Also at the back, Nottingham Forest fans will recognise Villarreal full-back Bojan Jokic, who spent a six-month loan spell at the City Ground in the second half of last season.Elsewhere, Slovenias most-capped player is captain Bostjan Cesar, who has 93 caps and scored the late equaliser in his countrys opening qualifier with Lithuania in September.The tough-tackling Chievo centre back, 34, made his debut for his country 13 years ago and also spent a season on loan at West Bromwich Albion from Marseille in the 2007-08 campaign under then Baggies boss Tony Mowbray. Slovenia skipper Bostjan Cesar (right) has 93 caps for his country In the centre of the park, meanwhile, will be Olimpija Ljubljana midfielder Rok Kronaveter, 29, who scored his first international goal in Saturdays win against Slovakia.Watch the above video to see the players in actionů.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Rooney to be dropped Rooney shocked by booing Slovenia hoped for Rooney axe Southgate fine with tough calls Off White Air Max 90 Wholesale . And it showed Thursday night. The Canadiens, playing in their second game in as many days, however, got a good performance in the end from their backup goaltender as he filled in for an injured Olympic gold medallist . Wholesale Air Max 90 .C. -- Clemson celebrated a senior class Saturday that brought the program back as a national contender. . Pospisil, from Vancouver, and Sock will compete for the title against defending champions and top seeds Bob and Mike Bryan of the United States, who defeated the 12th-seeded French duo of Michael Llodra and Nicolas Mahut 7-6 (4), 6-3, 6-2. Fake Air Max 90 White .Y. - Geno Smith shouted a couple of mighty expensive expletives. Air Max 90 Clearance . Unlike last year when nobody got in, there have been estimates of as many as five getting voted in this time around and as few as one, Greg Maddux. CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carl Edwards said NASCAR is taking the wrong approach in its effort to draw more fans to the race track. If NASCAR really wants to create better competition and higher interest in the sport, Edwards said it needs to focus on changing the setup of the cars and not the championship format. NASCAR will announce its Chase for the Sprint Cup championship format on Thursday. It is expected to be to a 16-driver field whittled down through eliminations to four drivers and a winner-take-all season finale; it would be the fourth significant change to either the points or championship format since the Chase debuted in 2004. Edwards said drivers are already doing everything they can to win and the proposed changes that NASCAR chairman Brian France laid out two weeks ago wont change that. "I dont think you can take the top 15 guys in this sport and make them race any harder for wins. I dont think you can," Edwards said Tuesday. Its a sentiment shared by 2012 champion Brad Keselowski, who initially showed public support of the new format but is now reserving judgment until he sees exactly what NASCAR wants to do. France has been adamant he wants drivers to race at 100 per cent at all times and to value winning, and he preached most of last season that the frantic, door-banging battle to the checkered flag at California between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano is the kind of racing he wants to see. "From a drivers perspective, theres nothing left," Keselowski said Wednesday. "Theres no set of rules to make me race harder than I do." Keselowski passed on a chance to move Kyle Busch out of the lead at Watkins Glen last August in what could have been a last-ditch effort to win the race. That victory would have likely ensured Keselowski a spot in the Chase; instead, he failed to qualify and was unable to defend his championship. Keselowski also doesnt think any changes will hurt six-time champion Jimmie Johnson. "No matter what format you put out there, hes the favourite," Keselowski said. "Until thats not the case, I dont see how theres any format that could be wrote, unless its the slowest guy wins, and I dont think theyre going to do that." Edwards said taking away the downforce on cars and making the tires softer is a good place to start. He said it would go a long way toward increasing competitive racing at the front of the pack. "No matter what format we race under I cant just try harder and go up and race with the guy or pass him," Edwards said.dddddddddddd. "I think the thing we have to focus on as a sport is making sure the cars can race one another. ... Right now, if Im staring at the guy in the front window it doesnt matter if (Im racing) for a billion dollars and 10 championships -- if I cant catch him, I cant catch him." Its not necessarily that Edwards is against the format. But he said if Frances proposals -- with the emphasis on winning races to get into the Chase for the Championship -- come to fruition, it will change the way drivers approach the season. "Things will get really, really interesting around Richmond. That will be insane," Edwards said. Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he wasnt excited about the proposed changes at first, but has begun to warm to the idea. "Lets change it all. Im all for it," Earnhardt said. "A lot of times we change things for the fans, and I think the drivers are going to enjoy some of this stuff as much as the fans are." Team owner Richard Petty said proposed changes are a "PR deal" by NASCAR designed to drum up more interest in the sport. He still thinks the best drivers will come out on top regardless of the format. "They just want to shake things up," Petty said. NASCAR is essentially borrowing a page from other major sports such as the NFL, NBA and Major League Baseball where teams -- or in this case, drivers -- are eliminated from playoff contention while the season climaxes with one championship event at the end of the year. Earnhardt Jr. called it a "bold, aggressive" move by NASCAR. "When you look at other forms of sport, theres an elimination factor in the playoffs that we dont have," Earnhardt said. "We, as drivers, dont feel the intensity of an elimination factor being over our shoulders every race. I feel like weve had it easy in that regard where we just tally up points. Coming down to Homestead with four guys (racing for the championship), thats crazy -- but its exciting." However, driver Ryan Newman doesnt necessarily agree with the elimination-style system. "I dont think we can take everything the NFL or NBA is doing and say, We need to do it like this because theyre doing it like that and its working," Newman said. "This is still stock car racing. This is NASCAR. A certain per cent of change is good, but we do not need to copy the playoff system." ' ' '
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