01/06/2022 Football

World Cup qualifier

01/06/2022 Football – A Few Games Being Played Today. A vital day for Scotland which faces Ukraine in a World Cup Qualification Semi-Final.

01/06/2022 Football - World Cup Qualifier - Scotland v Ukraine
01/06/2022 Football - World Cup Qualifier - Scotland v Ukraine
01/06/2022 Football - World Cup Qualifier - Scotland v Ukraine
01/06/2022 Football - World Cup Qualifier - Scotland v Ukraine
01/06/2022 Football - World Cup Qualifier - Scotland v Ukraine

01/06/2022 Football – World Cup Qualifier – Scotland v Ukraine

  • Ryan Jack pulled out of the Scotland squad on Sunday due to injury, with Allan Campbell called up in his stead.
  • Kieran Tierney is also absent, but on the whole, Steve Clarke has a strong squad at his disposal.
  • Andrew Robertson played the full 90 in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, though is unlikely to miss out.
  • Everton’s Nathan Patterson has been ruled out but could return against Wales.
  • Ukraine have no injury or suspension concerns for their huge game in Scotland on Wednesday night.
  • Oleksandr Zinchenko is expected to start in midfield, which will allow Vitalii Mykolenko to feature at left-back.

Scotland-Ukraine – World Cup Qualification UEFA 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

01/06/2022 Football - Nations League
01/06/2022 Football - Nations League - Poland v Wales
01/06/2022 Football - Nations League - Poland v Wales
01/06/2022 Football - Nations League - Poland v Wales

01/06/2022 Football – Nations League – Poland v Wales

  • Poland could go with a 4-1-4-1 system here, similar to the one used in the 2-0 win over Sweden in March.
  • Jakub Moder is ruled out until later this year, so Grzegorz Krychowiak may start in midfield.
  • Ben Cabango would have made the squad were in not for injury.
  • Ben Davies, Joe Rodon, Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale all haven’t been given an official number for tonight’s game, so miss out.
  • Rob Page is likely saving them for Wales’ World Cup playoff final meeting with Scotland or Ukraine at the weekend.

Poland-Wales – UEFA Nations League A 2022/2023 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

01/06/2022 Football
Italy v Argentina
Italy v Argentina
Tenerife v Las Palmas

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