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Daily Links: 89 Days to World Cup

In today's edition: Sturridge and Allardyce claimed monthly awards, Campbell persist about captaincy issue, and injury concerns for several English internationals. It's TLR's Daily World Cup countdown.

Clint Hughes
England Injury Watch

Ahead of this weekend Premier League actions, several England internationals have injury concern:

Phil Jagielka will face a late fitness test after missing Everton's last two games with hamstring strain.

Michael Dawson will miss the North London Derby, while club mate Kyle Walker is a doubt due to pelvic strain.

Sturridge Player of the Month

After scoring 5 goals in 4 games coupled with two assists, England's striker has been named player of the month for the second time this season.

Big Sam Named Manager of the Month

The West Ham gaffer has won the award after leading West Ham to a perfect record in February.

Carroll Good to Go

Allardyce also believes that a fresh and fit Andy Carroll, would be a huge boost for England in the World Cup.

Lambert: "A lot more confident"

That's Rickie Lambert who is feeling better about his chance after being involved in the friendly against Denmark as revealed in a Q&A with Sky Sports.

Anelka Sacked

Nicolas Anelka, who was hit with a 5-match ban for a controversial gesture, said that he has terminate his contract with West Brom.

Mou Criticizes Schedule

Chelsea's manager, Jose Mourinho believes that Premier League's scheduling hurts English teams chances in Europe.

Sol Defends His Stance

Sol Campbell still believes that he deserves to captained England in the past.

Scudamore Pessimistic about FFP

The Premier League chief has called into question the sustainability of FFP in light of English teams recent financial situations.

Arbeloa Racing against TIme

The Real Madrid fullback will miss up to two months following a knee injury.