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Will it be King?
Ledley King has emerged as the favourite to replace John Terry against France on Sunday. The Tottenham man trained alongside Sol Campbell in Wednesday's training session, which is usually an indication of the way Sven is thinking. Terry looks likely to miss out on Sunday's Euro 2004 opener with a hamstring injury and has been given only until Friday to prove his fitness. But while Liverpool man Carragher replaced Terry in Saturday's friendly against Iceland, he could make way for King against France. Eriksson apparently has concerns about Carragher's lack of pace, which was exposed by Thierry Henry in meetings between Arsenal and Liverpool this season. Chelsea defender Terry finally trained on Wednesday - but alone with physiotherapist Gary Lewin rather than with the rest of the team. "John has made progress," said Eriksson. "He will work in the gym then on Friday we will decide. "We have to be careful because this is more than one game and we don't want him to break down for the rest of the tournament "We have Carragher and we have Ledley King and they are both in very good shape and I'm sure they'd both like to play in the first game."


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