Evening Report: October 11

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Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe has said it would be 'special' to play a part in tonight's match against Montenegro.

Defoe is likely to start on the bench but may be given the opportunity to come on in the second half.

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has labelled Arsene Wenger a 'super coach'.

The club record signing believes the Gunners are lucky to have a manager of the Frenchman's calibre.

Chelsea star Oscar has admitted he is competing with club teammate Ramires for a first team spot in the Brazil national team.

Chelsea duo David Luiz and Willian are also likely to be included in next summer's Brazil's squad.

Manchester United defender Michael Keane starred in England's impressive 4-0 win over San Marino.

The Under 21 star opened the scoring for Gareth Southgate's side when he latched on to a Tom Ince corner.

Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic is looking forward to tonight's game between England and Montenegro.

The forward is expected to start tonight's World Cup qualifier and he has admitted he wants to dent England's World Cup hopes.

And finally, former Mexico ace Hugo Sanchez has warned Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema that he must end his goal drought in the near future.

Sanchez believes the Frenchman has the ability - but needs to show more character and personality.

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