KEEGAN CONFIDENT OVER KEEPERS
By David Allen
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Seaman has had an injury-ravaged season but still looks set to be given the number one spot for the tournament, despite the outstanding form of his Leeds rival Nigel Martyn.
However, Martyn could be putting his finals place in jeopardy at the moment by playing through the pain of a knee injury, only appearing in the 3-1 win over Watford on Wednesday after passing a late fitness test.
The goalkeeping spot has, once again, turned into a dilemma for Keegan, who said: "I won't guarantee anyone a starting place - and that includes David. He will be judged, like any other player, on his form.
"But I'm not concerned about David's form. He is beaten at times but that's the job. Seaman, Martyn and Richard Wright of Ipswich will be my three keepers."