France, Portugal and the Netherlands will make their way to Qatar on Wednesday 2022 for European countries in the World Cup qualifiers.
The five rounds of qualifying for the FIFA European World Cup will begin on Wednesday afternoon. Both countries begin a long journey to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and begin extensive coverage of the Group G home game against the nations.
On Wednesday evening, Portugal will travel to European champions Azerbaijan, defending champions France, Ukraine, Finland, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia to Slovenia.
These are just some of the international competitions Sky SportsHowever, all European World Cup qualifiers on Wednesday will be televised live in one form or another. Sky Sports Football, Major Event, Premier League Or the red button.
Plus, you can watch game clips and spotlight matches live. Sky Sports Digital platforms on our dedicated live blog, so expect a lot, including the following combinations:
Group A: Can Ronaldo add his century?
Portugal and Azerbaijan – Live stream on the Red Sky Sports football button from 7.45pm to 7.40pm.
Juventus will start with the opener against Azerbaijan at the stadium, becoming a strong contender for a division that includes current European champions Serbia, the Republic of Ireland and Luxembourg.
At least that means player and captain Cristiano Ronaldo does not have to travel long distances for the game, as Juventus are eagerly awaiting the only trophy they have ever won in their career.
It would be a big surprise if the 36-year-old, who has scored 102 goals in 170 international appearances in Turin on Wednesday, fails to break his current record.
Group D: Who can stop Les Blues and Mbabane?
France vs Ukraine – 7.45pm, start at Sky Sports Premier League, 7.30pm.
Finland vs Bosnia – 7.45pm, Red Button Live, Sky Sports Football, 7.40pm.
France won the World Cup in Russia three years ago and hosted the Stade de France. They lost 7-1 in Paris in October.
However, the fact that they advanced to the semi-finals of the European Nations League – including the elimination of defending champions Portugal – means that the Didier Deschamps team will be stronger than in the 2018 division.
All this makes the opener with Ukraine very interesting in the French capital – Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbabane, will retaining his title in the French team on defense, especially in Paris, help mark a successful start?
Or will Andrei Shevchenko’s surprise a group – including Finland, Bosnia and Kazakhstan – that everyone expects France to win?
Group G: It’s time for the Netherlands to stand up
Turkey-Netherlands match – 5:45 pm, live broadcast on Sky Sports Football from 5pm.
Gibraltar vs Norway – 7.45pm, straight to the Red Sky Sports football button from 7.40pm.
Latvia-Montenegro Match – Live from 7.45pm on Red Sky Sports Football Button from 7.40pm.
It’s a major qualifying campaign after the Dutch failed to make it to the 2018 World Cup final, and it is important for new coach Frank de Boer to be the Group 7 opener against Turkey at the Ataturk Olympiad on Wednesday afternoon.
De Boer took over from Ronald Koeman last September, but since his tenure began – the former Ajax and Barcelona defender became the first Dutch manager to fail to win one of his first four matches. Orange Istanbul system after two consecutive victories in the League of Nations.
So faith must be the journey to the Turkish capital, the other countries in Group G are Gibraltar, Norway, Latvia and Montenegro – all of which operate on Wednesday evening – and the direction between these two countries will be decided. Sides.
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