European Qualifiers on Sky: Wales vs Croatia, Scotland vs San Marino

Previews and team Information ahead of Sunday Qualifiers, Including Croatia, Scotland, Wales, Belgium, Holland and Germany.

Team information: Wales are sweating on the fitness Aaron Ramsey, that faces a race to recover from the thigh injury that ruled him.
Ryan Giggs could switch his choices together with Gareth Bale probably to direct the line In the event the Juventus midfielder is cleared to perform.
Croatia, meanwhile, head to Cardiff with a clean bill of health and head coach Zlatko Dalic could name the identical XI that started Thursdays 3-0 victory over Hungary, though Mateo Kovacic and also Nikola Vlasic are pushing for a berth.
How to watch: Live coverage begins at 7.15pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; Kick-off 7.45pm
State of play: Group E
The formula for Wales is a simple one. A win on Sunday leaves their Euro 2020 destiny in their hands, with three factors carrying them to within a few of Croatia using a critical game in hand.
Croatia and lose will seal their passage setting up a direct shootout involving Slovakia, Hungary and Wales for this runners-up place to play.
Charlie Nicholas forecast:That is another difficult one. I would not be hopeful of Aaron Ramsey but Wales have it so for this reason, you would need to fancy them. Croatia have gone backward after the attractiveness of this World Cup. They have stepped up a mark with their World Cup exhibiting along with also the standing they gained, but there is something about Wales that informs me they are going in the perfect way with Ryan Giggs, and I am expecting them to win this
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 1-0 (15/2 with Sky Bet)
Team news: after serving a suspension against Russia Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay is readily available for Scotland.
McTominays yield provides a boost to Steve Clarkes squad, which has been decimated by injuries to Kenny McLean, Ryan Jack, Oli McBurnie and Grant Hanley, all of whom remain unavailable.
Steve Clarke verified Jon McLaughlin will start in place of David Marshall in goal for Scotland.
San Marino goalkeeper Elia Benedettini (knee) remains a permanent basis for those visitors.
How to watch: Live coverage starts at 4.30pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; Kick-off 5pm
Charlie Nicholas prediction:It is the one game Im convinced on! Steve Clarke owes nobody any favours. There was a good deal of people that said they were hurt and did not wish to play for Scotland – a number of simply turned up and wished to play with – Andy Robertson has been among them. Steven Fletcher has been a servant for Scotland I think despite being selected, he is their number nine presently. That should change to your San Marino match.
Not a lot of people may turn up at Hampden, but let Clarke try something and get a win under his belt. Ryan Christie and Callum McGregor are decent so I would play with them equally, as well as Fletcher, Billy Gilmour and Lawrence Shankland place to come , Scotland will win smoothly and get the development they want prior to the play-offs.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 4-0 (4/1 with Sky Bet)
Team information: Romelu Lukaku was ruled out since the Inter Milan striker appears to fully recover from a back injury, meaning Christian Benteke might be passed a start.
An experimental line-up may be fielded by roberto Martinez with qualification ensured: Axel Witsel, Adnan Januzaj, Thorgan Hazard, Michy Batshuayi and Divock Origi were one of the high-profile names that failed to feature in the 9-0 win over San Marino.
Kazakhstan can reach Euro 2020 via the European Qualifiers, and of advancing to the play-offs Michal Bilek might look to make modifications with an outside chance still, after suffering a 2-1 home defeat to Cyprus.
To see coverage starts at 1.55pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; Kick-off 2pm
State of play: Group I
Belgium qualified for Euro 2020 thanks to their 9-0 thrashing of San Marino last time out, and it seems to be just a matter of time until Russia join them at the finals.
A triumph for the hosts would breath life into their outside likelihood of beating the Russians to spot in the group although A point in Cyprus would be sufficient for Russia to reach a fifth successive major championship.
Kazakhstan will be leapfrogged by scotland over San Marino, a dead rubber match that presents the side of Steve Clarke with the opportunity to build towards next seasons Euro 2020 play-offs.
Team information: Holland and Belarus have no new injury concerns ahead of Sundays match in Minsk, meaning regulars Georginio Wijnaldum and Virgil van Dijk are very likely to retain their places.
Luuk de Jong and ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek are currently knocking Ronald Koemans doorway for a beginning, as is PSV forward Donyell Malen.
How to see: Live coverage begins
Team information: Germany will be encouraged by the return of Timo Werner and Marcos Reus – 2 players who scored in a 8-0 victory over Estonia – when they sat out Wednesdays draw with Argentina.
Whilst Borussia Dortmund captain Reus has shaken off knee injury, RB Leipzig striker Werner has recovered from a chilly. Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan is in contention to attribute after hanging out from Argentina.
Estonia are without injured captain Ragnar Klavan (groin) while defender Joonas Tamm is suspended.
The Way to watch: Live coverage begins at 7.40pm on Sky Sports Premier League; Kick-off 7.45pm
Condition of play: Group C
Germany and holland boast equal records and can steal a march on Northern Ireland by launching up a three-point lead.
Northern Irelands defeat in Holland has left with them a daunting task to attain Euro 2020, a task that gets all the more difficult if the two conquer Estonia and Belarus respectively.
Marchs play-offs seem for their best bet now and victories at win both games open up a prospect of them qualifying courtesy of some superior head-to-head recording, although prior to completing their campaign in 15, Holland is hosted by northern Ireland at Windsor Park month.
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