Croatia and Denmark are looking for a ticket and France to avoid relegation to League B


Everything is still undecided and more tomorrow in group 1 of League A of League of Nations. From above, Croatia has a 1 point advantage over Denmark in the fight for the ticket for the ‘Final Four’ and below is France the one with the lowest income Austria in the struggle to avoid joining League B. And in those a Denmark-France and a Austria-Croatiaso this Sunday (8:45 pm) promises high voltage.

in Parkwhere predictably France should come with options to enter the ‘Final Four’ to defend the title here, Denmark need to win and hope Croatia don’t do it to Austria. Any combination other than that will work for Modric and company to qualify. Even if they lose, they can enter the ‘Final Four’ as long as Denmark does not beat France because they won on ‘goal average’ by winning the two duels they played against them.

The ‘bleu’, with water up to the neck

As for Francewithout the injured Jules Koundé (neither goalkeeper Mike Maignan) but with a headdress Ousmane Dembele still in concentration, the ‘bleu’ team wants to give continuity to the important victory achieved on Thursday against Austria (2-0) to not rely on others to continue in League A. If he wins in Copenhagen, he will keep the category, but if not, he will have to wait for a favor from Croatia ( who is also at stake) in Ernst -Austrian Happel . As for the ‘eleven’, it is expected that in the attack they will be formed again GriezmannGiroud setting center-backs and a Kylian Mbappe that after the match against Austria he slipped that in the national team he is more comfortable than in Paris Saint-Germain.


Likely lineups

Denmark: Schmeichel; Anderse, Christensen, Kjaer; Kristensen, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Eriksen, Damsgaard; Dolberg.

France: Areola; Saliba, Varane, Badiashile; Clauss, Fofana, Tchoaumeni, Mendy; Griezmann; Mbappe, Giroud.

Referee: Istvan Kovacs (Romania)

stadium: park

Time: 8:45 pm (UEFA-TV)


Likely lineups:

Austria: Pentz; Trimmel, Lienhart, Danso, Wober; Sabitzer, Schlager, Siewald, Baumgartner; Onisiwo, Gregoritsch.

Croatia: Livakovic; Juranovic, Sutalo, Gvardiol, Borna Sosa; Modric, Brozovic, Kovacic; Lovro Majer; Kramaric, Orsic.

Referee: Artur Dias (Portugal)

stadium: Ernst-Happel Stadion

Time: 8:45 pm (UEFA-TV)

Source: La Verdad


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