European Qualifiers on Sky: Ukraine vs Portugal, France vs Turkey

Team news and previews ahead of Mondays European Qualifiers, Together with Portugal and France live on Sky Sports and England in action.

State of play – Form B: The race for top spot in Group B will be heating up. Ukraine – that have won their last five games – guide the way with 16 points, while Portugal are enjoying catch-up although launching draws against Ukraine and Serbia but have a match in hand. Either side may reserve their place in Euro 2020 here – Ukraine will qualify with a draw – or even if Serbia dont triumph in Lithuania – while Portugal will qualify with success if Serbia do not triumph.
Team information: Ukraine boss Andriy Shevchenko has no fresh injury concerns, together with West Hams Andriy Yarmolenko set to attribute.
So Danilo Pereira should keep in midfield portugal will be minus the William Carvalho once more. After coming on as a substitute from Luxembourg ruben Neves will hope.
How to watch: Live coverage begins at 7.40pm on Sky Sports Premier League; Kick-off 7.45pm. Follow updates about the Sky Sports website and program, as well as on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone.
State of play – Group H: The top 2 in Group H do struggle at France and Paris will likely be out for revenge after a defeat in June. Both sides have accumulated 18 points to date but Turkey shirt the table with head-to-head superiority, because of this result trumping aim difference. Les Bleus have not lost a house international against Turkey but the visitors have won eight of nine. Turkey will be eligible if they win and Iceland dont – or if they draw along with Iceland lose. France may also qualify with a win – win or if they draw and Iceland fail to triumph.
Team news: Didier Deschamps could name the exact same side that beat against Iceland and France are without several high-profile gamers in Kylian Mbappe Paul Pogba and also Hugo Lloris. NGolo Kante was hurt in the warm-up ahead of that fixture and is unlikely to be risked.
After replacing the Kaan Ayhan leicester defender Caglar Soyuncu could begin for Turkey.
How to see: Live coverage starts from 7.40pm Sky Sports Mix and 8pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; Kick-off 7.45pm. Follow upgrades around the Sky Sports site and program, in Addition to on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 4-0 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
State of drama – Group A: England could have closed Euro 2020 qualification on Friday as well as giving Gareth Southgate lots. Southgate will expect for a response against the hosts that are rock-bottom after a screen. Success can be qualified here with by england – but only if Kosovo neglect to beat Montenegro too.
Team news: Southgate will be made to produce changes in defence with Danny Rose suspended – but Englands woeful performance throughout the park is likely to run into a more widespread reshuffle. Michael Keanes place is in doubt alongside Harry Maguire, together with Liverpools Joe Gomez in line, although ben Chilwell is defined to substitute Rose. Southgate is expected to revert to a formation that could contain Harry Winks.
Captain Ivelin Popov, the strongest and professional player in Bulgarias rankings with 16 goals from 87 international limits, will take the hosts slim hopes.
To watch: Follow upgrades around the Sky Sports website and program, as well as on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone, watch game highlights after fulltime.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 0-2 (9/2 with Sky Bet)
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