Thursday, October 5, 2017

World Cup qualifiers 2017 Previews


Scotland-Slovakia, Thursday 17:45 p.m. Pacific Time Slovakia's visit to Glasgow is enormous for Gordon Strchan's men who know that they will occupy the second place in the group if they win the last two eligible games. Anything other than winning Thursday night is probably too little for Scotland. Defeat will end their hopes altogether, and leave Slovakia and Slovenia to fight him to stand on the top two with England. While the tie gives Slovakia one point advantage before the final round of games, when they have a home-favorable match against Malta. Jean-Jean Cusack will not be frustrated with the share of the spoils provided that their neighbours Slovenia, who are also in a qualified scream, are not upset at Wembley.

Northern Ireland-Germany 15.00 While these parties have already got two of the first sites in Group C, there is still a very slim chance Northern Ireland can win the group and automatically qualify for the World Cup next summer. The first objective is to ensure their own discomfort by beating Germany on Thursday before relying on an unimaginable victory in Azerbaijan in Kaiserslautern on Sunday.

Montenegro-Denmark 15.00 Denmark and Montenegro continue to enjoy realistic opportunities for the creation of the "E" group, but it is likely that the match will be an exchange of fire, respectively, in the second place behind Poland. Both sides come in the game in a very powerful form, having won the last three games. They also have the exact same records in the group: not only are they on the score level but also the scored targets (18) were admitted (seven).

Turkey-Iceland Friday 17:45 pm Meeting Friday night in the famous ASCII promises to be an intense issue. Turkey won an excellent victory against Croatia in its recent liquidations and things began to look brighter under the new director Mircea Luscisco. They hope to extend their games to four games, having kept a clean leaf in each of the last three.

Bulgaria-France, Saturday 17:45 p.m. Pacific Time France was expected to have a relatively easy group, but this has never happened. With two rounds of games to go, four teams can still qualify, and all four top group can. Bulgaria is one of them. They are currently in fourth place but they are not in a bad position at all, with the triumph over the men Didier Dichamps may put them very well before the final fight against Luxembourg.