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Internationals - Friendlies & Euro 2016 Qualifiers - Sep '14

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Wednesday, September 3


16:00   Latvia  v  Armenia

16:00   Lithuania  v  U.A.E

16:00   Morocco  v  Qatar

16:00   Russia  v  Azerbaijan

16:00   Uzbekistan  v  Jordan

19:00   Denmark  v  Turkey

19:15   Czech Republic  v  USA

19:45   Germany  v  Argentina

19:45   Rep Ireland  v  Oman

20:00   England  v  Norway


Thursday, September 4


12:35   China  v  Kuwait

15:00   Namibia  v  Ghana

16:00   Belarus  v  Tajikistan

17:20   Slovakia  v  Malta

18:45   Sweden  v  Estonia

19:00   Bos & Herz  v  Liechtenstein

19:15   Croatia  v  Cyprus

19:45   Belgium  v  Australia

19:45   Italy  v  Netherlands

20:00   France  v  Spain


Friday, September 5


11:25   Japan  v  Uruguay

12:00   Korea Republic  v  Venezuela


Saturday, September 6


01:30   Brazil  v  Colombia


Sunday, September 7

Euro 2016 Qualifying

17:00 Group I   Denmark  v  Armenia

17:00 Group D   Georgia  v  Rep Ireland

17:00 Group F   Hungary  v  Northern Ireland

19:45 Group F   Faroe Islands  v  Finland

19:45 Group D   Germany  v  Scotland

19:45 Group D   Gibraltar  v  Poland

19:45 Group F   Greece  v  Romania

19:45 Group I   Portugal  v  Albania


01:00   Bolivia  v  Ecuador

03:00   Mexico  v  Chile

16:00   Canada  v  Jamaica

16:00   Morocco  v  Libya

16:00   Paraguay  v  U.A.E

19:45   Serbia  v  France


Monday, September 8

Euro 2016 Qualifying

17:00 Group G   Russia  v  Liechtenstein

19:45 Group G   Austria  v  Sweden

19:45 Group E   Estonia  v  Slovenia

19:45 Group C   Luxembourg  v  Belarus

19:45 Group G   Montenegro  v  Moldova

19:45 Group E   San Marino  v  Lithuania

19:45 Group C   Spain  v  Macedonia

19:45 Group E   Switzerland  v  England

19:45 Group C   Ukraine  v  Slovakia

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Tata Martino held his first training session ahead of this evening’s friendly against Germany in Düsseldorf and in the absence of several first team players, it would seem that Tottenham’s Erik Lamela will be given the opportunity to showcase his talents for La Selección. Martino is likely to field a 4-3-3 with Lamela making up an attacking trio with Sergio Agüero and Ángel di María after injuries to Lionel Messi and Gonzalo Higuaín.


The side to face Germany will be: Sergio Romero; Pablo Zabaleta, Federico Fernández, Martín Demichelis, Marcos Rojo; Enzo Pérez, Javier Mascherano, Lucas Biglia; Erik Lamela, Sergio Agüero, Ángel Di María




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why do you have a international week when the world cup ended like yesterday and its like week 3 in the premier league. at least wait until everyone has played 10 league games or suttin

international breaks are so shit

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