Earnshaw refuses to contemplate defeat

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Wales striker Robert Earnshaw believes defeat against San Marino in Wednesday´s Euro 2008 qualifier is "unthinkable".

Earnshaw won his 37th cap in Saturday´s shattering 3-1 defeat in Cyprus, coming on as a second-half substitute for Freddy Eastwood, and the 26-year-old accepts his share of the responsibility for that humbling and is well aware of the pressure it has put manager John Toshack under before the clash with Europe´s worst international team.

"It´s unthinkable that we cannot win against San Marino - a draw or loss would be a disaster for us," he said.

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