Northern Ireland will play without Stuart Dallas in Thursday’s World Cup qualifiers against Lithuania.
The Leeds midfielder did not visit Vilnius on Wednesday for personal reasons as he had a problem in the last 24 hours avoiding the 30-year-old.
Along with Johnny Evans, Corey Evans, George Saville, Josh Magnies and Liam Boyce, Barracklo’s selection combines headaches. Sky sports.
Manager Ian Barracklow said: “We all know how good Stuart Dallas is, but we players are also frustrated with the opportunity to play.
“As soon as they arrived, at the first meeting, we told them to make sure you were ready to play. Don’t assume you can be a full player. Playing.
“Everyone on the team is playing football regularly now, which makes it more competitive, and we know if we can bring someone who is ready.”
2022 World Cup Qualifiers: Everything you need to know
Qatar has opened the way for European countries to reach 2022, and all 55 UEFA member associations will launch a qualifying campaign to reach the finals next year.
One of the top seeds, England, will be happy with the team they have handed over to, while Poland and Hungary will be at the forefront of their rivals, while qualifying for the 2022 centerpiece, overtaking Wales, Belgium and the Czech Republic.
Scotland skipped the best teams in Europe as Denmark and Austria were the best of their rivals.
But how many teams have qualified for a group? Air Sports Gives you a complete overview of how European qualifications work.
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