Tonight we have seven kick-off 7.45pm to watch. Here is a list of those games, with something to say about each of them:
Bosnia-Herzegovina v Greece
Bosnia's coach Robert Prosinecki said: “When we are ready and fit, as we are now, it's hard to win against us. ready and suitable for those). “I'm sure there will be a good atmosphere. It will not be easy, but we will be highly motivated. This will be a very tactical and intense game. ”
Italy v Liechtenstein
Never think of winning, just being on the same field as Italy's honor to Liechtenstein. “It doesn't matter if we score or not. We are honored to face the Azzurri, ”says Helgi Kolvidsson. This is a good aspect, because they're going to lose.
Switzerland v Denmark
The Swiss has won 11 of their last 12 home games (the last team to be beaten in Switzerland? England, obviously). This is Denmark's first match when qualifying; Switzerland beat Georgia 2-0 at the weekend. “I hope they are tired after playing on an artificial surface in Tbilisi and having such a long journey home,” said Danes head coach Age Hareide.
Malta v Spain
Malta's home games against Spain have tended to have stunning stunning scores: 2-3, 0-2 and 0-3. However, in Spain they have lost 12-1, 4-0 and 4-0.
Norway v Sweden
Results of last 10 Norwegian homes: WDDWWWWWWWWWW. The third of those results against Sweden was friendly in June 2017.
Republic of Ireland v Georgia
The referee for this game, Serdar Gözübüyük of the Netherlands, has an unusual number of relaxation. This is his first European qualification, and his first game is responsible for one or the other of these teams.
Romania v Faroe Islands
The Faroes ’lasts seven outcomes: LDLLLLDL. However, they won two games away in 2016.
According to the Republic, then, here's Vladimir Weiss on Georgia's task. Weiss sounds like an interesting head. Our father is the former Manchester City player, Vladimir Weiss, and the son of former Czech international Vladimir Weiss. Vladimir Weisses seems to inherit good football genes and poor original name genes. He is also a great supporter of Martin ONeill, “a lovely, lovely man. I love it so much and I want him the best in his club ”. Anyway, as I said, Vladimir Weiss was on Georgia's task against the Republic:
We have a chance next year to do something amazing for Georgia football, but we have to play now right now. Two teams are going through and we will try to do it too in the group, which would be amazing. But it's not easy. The favorite in the group, of course, is Switzerland, then Ireland and Denmark and us and Gibraltar, we will try to do that. Sometimes in life, miracles happen. It will not be an easy game, but we want to win and we will try to do our best.
Anyway, and most importantly, hello. Let's hope for fun times, eh?