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2019年10月30日 category : 未分類 

Previews and team information before Thursday’s internationals, including Republic of Spain, Northern Ireland, Ireland and much more.
Team news: James McCarthy, Kieren Westwood, Sean Maguire and Matt Doherty have all withdrawn from Mick McCarthy’s squad ahead of Thursday’s game in the Aviva Stadium, but Burton’s Kieran O’Hara, Fulham guardian Cyrus Christie and Luton forward James Collins have been called in their own place.
Where to see: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports Main Event from 7.30pm; Kick-off reaches 7.45pm.
What is the state of playwith? Ireland are high in Group D at the halfway stage, though Switzerland are six things behind and have two games in hand.
Victory at the Aviva Stadium would be a big one for Mick McCarthy against a group who have a solid record of hitting tournaments, also with just two qualifying spots available and three games to go after Thursday’s match, a win for McCarthy would put his side in touching distance of their finals.
Team news: Marco Asensio misses out for Spain following his injury suffered in and team-mate Isco is also absent after he had been hurt at the side’s draw with Valladolid month. Sergio Ramos looks set to become Spain’s all-time joint player, together with Iker Casillas.
Where to see: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Football in 7.40pm; Kick-off reaches 7.45pm.
What is the state of playwith? Four wins out of four possess Spain five points clear at the very top of Group F and they would be home and hosed with a triumph in Romania.
For those hosts could be a bonus that will help them unseat second-placed Sweden, that they currently trail on goal difference in the final qualifying place.
Team news: Jordan Jones and Michael Smith will miss out on the friendly against Luxembourg in making the tackle he saw him sent off for Rangers against Celtic on Sunday, the former, after enduring injuries. Liam Boyce is also a doubt.
Where to see: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Premier League out of 7.40pm; Kick-off reaches 7.45pm.
What’s the state of playwith? Northern Ireland have enjoyed a beginning to life Group C, with four wins out of four, and might look to improve some morale with this against a Luxembourg side ahead of a pinch qualifying match with Germany on Monday.
Team news: Italy are missing a number of regular players with Mattia De Sciglio, Lorenzo Insigne, Leonardo Spinazzola, Bryan Cristante and Giorgio Chiellini all sprinkled with injury. This summer, after turning up late for a group meeting throughout the Euro U21 Championships moise Kean and Nicolo Zaniolo are left out.
Where to see: Coverage starts on Sky Sports Football out of 4.55pm; Kick-off is at 5pm.
What’s the state of play? Italy are top of Group J with a record of four wins from four, but are three points ahead of a Finland side that have won each of the four games. Victory against Armenia will provide them a nine-point cushion over the side now third in the category, closing on eligibility for the finals of next year.
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