News from Malta v Faroe Islands
Malta (3-4-2-1) Bonello; Shaw, Agius, S Borg; J Mbong, Guillaumier, Teuma, Camenzuli; Gambin, Degabriele; Montebello.
Faroe Islands (4-4-2) Gestsson; Rolantsson, O Faero, G Vatnhamar, V Davidsen; S Vatnhamar, Hansson, Hendriksson, Bjartalid; K Olsen, M Olsen.
News from Luxemburg v Azerbaijan
Luxembourg (3-4-1-2) Schon; Skenderovic, Gerson, Mahmutovic; Jans, Barreiro, Sinani, Michael Pinto; V Thill; Deville, and Muratovic.
Azerbaijan (4-4-2) Magomedaliyev; Seydiyev, B Huseynov, Badalov, Krivotsyuk; Mutallimov, Ibrahimli, Garayev, Salahli; Emreli, Sheydaev.
News from Montenegro v Cyprus
Montenegro (4-4-2) Mijatovic; M Vukcevic, Vujacic, Simic, Marusic; Boljevic, Bakic, Scekic, Haksabanovic; Mugosa, Jovetic.
Cyprus (4-3-3) Demetriou; Kyriakou, Laifis, Shelis, T Ioannou; Kousoulos, Artymatas, Kastanos; Pittas, Kakoulli, N Ioannou.
News from Andorra v Latvia
Andorra (4-4-2) Gum; Jordi Rubio, Garcia, Emili Garcia, M San Nicolas; C Martinez, Rebes, Pujol, Cervos; Fernandez, M Vieira.
Latvia (4-4-2) Oak; Savalnieks, Cernomordijs, Dubra, Jurkovskis; Kames, Karklin, Zuzhin, Ciganiks; J Beautiful, Gutkowski.
News from Gibraltar v Liechtenstein
Gibraltar (5-3-2) Coleing; Sergeant, Wiseman, R Chipolina, Olivero, Ronan; Badr, Annesley, Mouelhi; De Barr, L Walker.
Liechtenstein (4-1-4-1) Hobi; Brandle, Malin, Hofer, Goppel; Buchel; Frick, Frommelt, Hasler, Kuhne; Frick.
France v Swedish team news
Despite everything Bugger’s square root has to play, Portugal have taken a very strong side. Maybe this is Club v Country 2: The Revenge.
France (4-2-3-1) Lloris; Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, Hernandez; Pogba, Rabiot; Sissoko, Griezmann, Thuram; Giroud.
Sweden (4-4-2) Olsen; Lustig, Lindelof, Danielson, Bengtsson; S Larsson, Olsson, Claesson, Forsberg; Kulusevski, Berg.
News from Spain v Germany
Spain (4-3-3) Unai Simon; Sergi Roberto, Ramos, Pau Torres, Gaya; Canales, Rodri, Koke; Dani Olmo, Morata, F Torres.
Substitutes: De Gea, Kepa, Cucurella, Inigo Martinez, Llorente, Gerard Moreno, Asensio, Traore, E Garcia, Fabian Ruiz, Oyarzabal, Merino.
Germany (4-3-3) New; Ginter, Sule, Koch, Max; Goretzka, Gundogan, Kroos; Sane, Gnabry, Werner.
Substitutes: Leno, Trapp, Udokhai, Tah, Neuhaus, Amiri, Brandt, Waldschmidt, Henrichs, Stark, Dahoud.
News from Croatia vs Portugal
Despite everything Bugger’s square root has to play, Portugal have taken a very strong side.
Croatia (4-D-2) Livakovic; Juranovic, Lovren, Skoric, Bradaric; Horn; Modric, Kovacic; Pasalic; Vlasic, Perisic.
Portugal (4-3-3) Rui Patricio; Nelson Semedo, Ruben Dias, Ruben Semedo, Mario Rui; Danilo, Joao Moutinho, Bruno Fernandes; Joao Felix, Ronaldo, Diogo Jota.
This is then: the sixth and final day of the 2020 League of Nations. There are
eight games tonight and tomorrow 18 (sorry with the fool who is doing this Clockwatch), and you don’t need Brian Moore’s ears to know what can be done.
The biggest game is in Seville: Spain v Germany, which will decide who will qualify for next year’s League of Nations final along with France, Belgium or Denmark and Italy, the Netherlands and Poland. Spain has a home advantage, but Germany draws.
We will also have updates from the other seven matches (Switzerland / Ukraine has been canceled), one of which will be the one that will decide the promotion and relegation of the leagues. Here’s what’s at stake, all matches will start at 19:45 GMT.
- Croatia vs Portugal
- France vs Sweden
France have already qualified for next year’s finals, which means the Portuguese starters will not be defending the trophy. One from Croatia and one from Sweden – both with three points – will be relegated to the B league. The head-to-head record and goal difference are the same, but Croatia have conceded seven goals to three in Sweden. In other words, Sweden needs to get a better result than Croatia.
- Spain v Germany
- Switzerland vs Ukraine (canceled)
The Spain vs Germany team will decide who will win and qualify for next year’s finals. Spain must win; Germany will pass with a draw. The other match in the series, Switzerland and Ukraine, has been canceled after the entire Ukrainian national team was quarantined.
- Luxembourg v Azerbaijan
- Montenegro v Cyprus
Montenegro will advance to the B league if Cyprus wins. If they don’t,
Luxembourg can be eliminated by a win against Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan (five points) or Cyprus (four) will go down.
- Malta v Faroe Islands
- Andorra v Latvia
Either Malta or the Faroe Islands will advance to League C level Malta must win 1-0, 2-1 or score two clear goalsI think it’s okay; In fact, there is a 99.42 percent chance of selecting one of these permutations). Without a fall in Group D – which is as low as you can – Latvia v Andorra is dead.
- Gibraltar v Liechtenstein
Gibraltar will advance to the C league if they avoid defeat at home to Liechtenstein. If Liechtenstein achieves any score, he will be the head of the team.
Confused? Of course, it’s the League of Nations. But it will make sense by 10pm tonight.