09/08/2021 at 09:21 CEST
The day of Wednesday, September 8, is marked by the last day of a large part of the European teams in the qualifying phase for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Among them England, Spain, Germany or Italy, which are some of the favorites to be in the World Cup event and play a great role in the winter of the 2022/23 season.
The match between Greece and Sweden also stands out, key to the aspirations of Luis Enrique’s men. After losing to the Scandinavian team, the team does not depend on itself and will have to wait for the failure of Janne Anderson’s men. The most prominent matches are:
Poland – England | Qualifying round Qatar 2022 | UEFA TV
The European runners-up visit the Polish team, led by striker Robert Lewandowski, with the intention of opening a big gap and putting their pass to the Qatar 2022 World Cup on track. The British have beaten Hungary and Andorra (both 4-0) in this break for national teams and a new victory would leave them with full and a distance that could go up to eight points depending on the results of the day. The match will take place at PGE Narodowy from 8:45 p.m. and can be followed live on UEFA TV.
Kosovo – Spain | Qualifying round Qatar 2022 | TVE 1
The selection faces the last commitment after the debacle against Sweden in the first match of the national team break. The win against Georgia has strengthened the morale of the Spaniards, who want to show themselves again against weak Kosovo and trust in Sweden’s failure against Greece, something that would return them the option of depending on themselves to be in the World Cup in Qatar 2022. The main absence in the Spanish team is that of Gayà, who has already left the concentration due to injury. The match will be played at the Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri starting at 8:45 p.m. and can be seen on TVE 1.
Italy – Lithuania | Qualifying round Qatar 2022 | ESPN
The reigning European champions are looking for their 36th consecutive undefeated match against a Lithuania that still does not know what it is to win in this qualifying phase of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. They have already equaled Brazil as the team that added the most games without losing and are on their way to making history: Italy, led by Roberto Mancini, is one of the most reliable teams with the greatest personality of European football. The duel will take place at the Stadio Olímpico di Roma starting at 8:45 p.m. and can be enjoyed on ESPN.
Iceland – Germany | Qualifying round Qatar 2022 | UEFA TV
Those of Hansi Flick face the unpredictable Iceland with the intention of consolidating definitively at the top of the group J table. After beating Liechtenstein (0-2) and thrashing Armenia, the Maanchaft have recovered their great version from the hand of the former Bayern coach. He is the coach with the best experience in his first two matches as coach in the entire history of the German federation.: never before had two victories and eight goals been achieved. The match will take place at Laugardalsvöllur from 8:45 p.m. and can be followed live on UEFA TV.