England on the brink as the nation holds its breath

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Digital Sports Group today announced they have been overwhelmed by the support of England fans following the action on their football website football.co.uk as England prepare to face Poland with World Cup qualification in the balance.

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We have a great platform for England Fans to watch and follow the game online in football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our football forums.

The result against Montenegro was hailed as ‘Job half done’ by the England skipper Steven Gerrard and with Ukraine winning their match with Poland, England must do the same at Wembley to not leave their fate in the hands of other teams in their group and a potential play-off with the likes of France, Sweden and Denmark.

DSG are looking to build on the wave of interest as World Cup qualification reaches its exciting conclusion as Roy Hodgson's England face Poland at Wembley.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait, had this to say: “Despite going down in the FIFA rankings and some stuttering performances England played well when it mattered with Andros Townsend having a dream debut against Montenegro. You could sense a collective sigh of relief from the nation as that first goal went in and that was translated via facebook, twitter and onto the website of football.co.uk. Was good to see the team play so well with the likes of Sturridge and Rooney linking up well which bodes well for the Poland match. We will be giving the England v Poland game more coverage with previews interviews and video highlight packages as well as photos, features and stats. I guess the biggest question being discussed right now is will Hodgson keep faith with Townsend.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG, believes that Football.co.uk will be the perfect venue for England v Poland at Wembley. “We have a great platform for England Fans to watch and follow the game online in football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our football forums.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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