Olly Murs Is Nervous Ahead Of Tonight’s Soccer Aid Match

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Singer Olly Murs has admitted that he is feeling the pressure ahead of tonight’s Soccer Aid match.

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He took to Twitter to announce that the pre-match nerves were already kicking in. Bless.

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Olly is playing for the England team, alongside captain Robbie Williams and the likes of Jack Whitehall and Louis Tomlinson.

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They take on the Rest of the World team which includes former Glee hunk Matthew Morrison and Louis’ One Direction bandmate Niall Horan.

Both teams are a player down - England’s Danny Jones has had to pull out after fracturing his elbow yesterday in training.

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RotW captain Gordon Ramsay is also ruled out of the clash. Robbie Williams tweeted the two absentees, wishing them well.

There has been much quality BANTZ from all the celebs involved in the match over the past week, including a video of Paddy McGuinness pulling a prank on Louis.

DJ Jamie Theakston took to Twitter to mock Jack Whitehall’s choice of pre-match snack. While Louis and Danny tucked into some Greggs pasties, Jack chowed down on the much posher ham rollettes from M&S.

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England player Mark Wright was spotted in Manchester, ahead of the game at Old Trafford, with his wife Michelle Keegan. The pair held hands, proving they are very much together, despite media speculation.

SoccerAid 2016 kicks off at 8pm tonight. You can watch coverage from 6pm on ITV.

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