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Man Utd duo Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho told 'time is running out'

Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho to book their England place at the World Cup finals. That is the harsh reality facing the Manchester United pair, according to Gareth Southgate, after he omitted them from his latest squad for next month’s Nations League clashes - against Hungary, Germany and Italy. And with only one more international break to come next season before the finals kick off in mid-November, the England boss admits opportunities to get back into the reckoning are fast disappearing.

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Six iconic races that could be axed including Monaco and Spa as F1 look to expand calendar
Formula One's rampant expansion continues to bring the sport to the forefront of millions of fans around the globe and the goal is to continue in that vein, with more races and venues added to the calendar.The United States is a particular area of interest, with the nation set to host three Grands Prix next season with the addition of a night race in Las Vegas, while the Middle East is enjoying a surge of it's own - with Saudi Arabia and Qatar among the recent additions.A major issue, however, is the fact that the Concorde Agreement, which runs until 2025, limits the amount of races per season to 24 - and, should a replacement be found for the axed Russian Grand Prix in 2022, this season's calendar will have 23 races.With Las Vegas coming next season, Qatar joining as a permanent member and a return to Shanghai expected, as well as a rumoured return to South Africa, the numbers simply don't add up - which means that we could have to wave farewell to some of the venues we've come to adore.Remarkably, F1 chief Stefano Domenicali has made it clear that historic tracks are not untouchable - which raises the threat of losing some of the most illustrious and famous tracks from the sport - and it's Europe that seems most likely to suffer, as Daily Star Sport shown in our selection of the races that could be lost....MonacoThe prospect of a Formula 1 season without a trip to the French principality is staggering, as Monaco is widely regarded to be the most famous race on the calendar and is a staple of the calendar.However, the track doesn't quite fit the current focus of Formula 1, which is entertainment, as this century there has remarkably been an average of only 12 overtakes per race at Monaco - where the race can often