Peru vs Uruguay Live

Brazil take on Peru in a repeat of the 2019 Copa America final in Los Angeles in the early hours on Wednesday morning. The Selecao overcame Peru twice at this summer’s tournament and are favourites to make it three wins from three against Los Incas in the past three months. It has been a busy year for Brazil so far, with Wednesday’s match being their 12th outing of a season which will go down as their most successful for more than a decade. Tite’s side lifted ther first piece of international silverware since 2007 during this summer’s Copa America, beating Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina and Peru (twice) en route to the title.

Uruguay lost the previous two meetings with Peru. The two nations met in this year’s Copa America edition and the two time World Champions were sent home after a penalty shoot-out. The recent encounters turned out to be tight affairs, as each of the last four games were decided by one-goal margins. Two of the last five H2H clashes featured over 2,5 goals, and three witnessed goals scored at both ends. Uruguay won three of the previous four meetings on home turf, and the other ended in draw.

The United States men’s national team will try to forget about Friday’s 3-0 loss to Mexico when it takes on Uruguay in St. Louis on Tuesday in an international friendly. Gregg Berhalter’s team will be tested once again against the talented South Americans, who are loaded in defense.

Uruguay did not lose any of their last nine matches in the regular ninety minutes. Their only defeat for that period came at the hands of their next opponents from Peru in the 1/4 final meeting in Copa America. Just two of their last five games produced over 2,5 goals, while three saw both involved nations scoring.

Peru won by 1:0 their previous game against Brazil, taking revenge for the defeat in the Copa America final. Just one of the Peruvians last nine matches was won by the sides listed as hosts, as the visitors triumphed on six occasions. Two of their last five encounters featured over 2,5 goals, while only one of those witnessed goals at both ends.

Indeed, Brazil’s good form stretches all the way back to last summer’s World Cup, having won 14 and drawn three of their 17 games since their disappointing quarter-final exit at the hands of Belgium.

The five-time World Cup winners have kept 13 clean sheets in that time too, although their usually watertight defence was undone twice in their first game since the Copa America triumph when Colombia earned a 2-2 draw in Miami on Saturday.

It was matters at the other end of the field which made the headlines on that occasion, though, with Neymar returning to create one and score another on his first appearance since June.

The addition of their talisman to a squad which has already won the Copa America would make Brazil favourites against most teams in world football, and Peru must now find a way to stop a team against whom they conceded eight times during the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s side certainly improved as the Copa America progressed, bouncing back from their 5-0 group-stage defeat to Brazil to beat Uruguay and Chile and reach the final for the first time since 1975.

Peru have since lost back-to-back games, though, following their defeat in the final with a 1-0 reverse against Ecuador on Friday night.

That defeat was somewhat misleading, though, with Los Incas allowing just that one shot on target while creating nine chances of their own, although their failure to convert those will clearly be a concern.

Not since 2013 have Peru been beaten three times in a row and their national team is in better shape now than it has been for decades, although Wednesday’s match might still be a step too far for them to get back to winning ways.

Neymar is expected to earn his 99th Brazil cap, which will see him move above Djalma Santos and Ronaldo in the all-time list.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward’s current record stands at 61 goals in 98 games for his country – just behind Ronaldo’s record of 62 in 98 – and one more goal will leave him behind only Pele in the scoring stakes.

The likes of Gabriel Jesus, Everton Soares, Alisson Becker and Fernandinho are missing from the squad for this round of fixtures, but there is no shortage of quality with Roberto Firmino, Dani Alves and Thiago Silva among those involved.

Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior could be in line for his first international appearance, while Samir and goalkeeper Ivan are the other uncapped players available to Tite.

Peru, meanwhile, are without their two most experienced players with Paolo Guerrero having pulled out of the squad and Jefferson Farfan injured.

Raul Ruidiaz is expected to lead the line in their absence, while Yoshimar Yotun will be pushing for a start after missing out against Ecuador.

Uruguay vs Peru Live

Uruguay and Peru will meet for a friendly game on Friday. No competitive games are scheduled until the end of 2019 for both nations, and they will use the time for some fine-tuning of their squads. In the previous meeting Peru eliminated Uruguay from Copa America on penalties. Both teams will be shorthanded. Uruguay’s two most important attackers are out injured, while the U.S. sent several players back to their clubs following the Mexico game.

Uruguay lost the previous two meetings with Peru. The two nations met in this year’s Copa America edition and the two time World Champions were sent home after a penalty shoot-out. The recent encounters turned out to be tight affairs, as each of the last four games were decided by one-goal margins. Two of the last five H2H clashes featured over 2,5 goals, and three witnessed goals scored at both ends. Uruguay won three of the previous four meetings on home turf, and the other ended in draw.

The United States men’s national team will try to forget about Friday’s 3-0 loss to Mexico when it takes on Uruguay in St. Louis on Tuesday in an international friendly. Gregg Berhalter’s team will be tested once again against the talented South Americans, who are loaded in defense.

Uruguay did not lose any of their last nine matches in the regular ninety minutes. Their only defeat for that period came at the hands of their next opponents from Peru in the 1/4 final meeting in Copa America. Just two of their last five games produced over 2,5 goals, while three saw both involved nations scoring.

Peru won by 1:0 their previous game against Brazil, taking revenge for the defeat in the Copa America final. Just one of the Peruvians last nine matches was won by the sides listed as hosts, as the visitors triumphed on six occasions. Two of their last five encounters featured over 2,5 goals, while only one of those witnessed goals at both ends.

Indeed, Brazil’s good form stretches all the way back to last summer’s World Cup, having won 14 and drawn three of their 17 games since their disappointing quarter-final exit at the hands of Belgium.

The five-time World Cup winners have kept 13 clean sheets in that time too, although their usually watertight defence was undone twice in their first game since the Copa America triumph when Colombia earned a 2-2 draw in Miami on Saturday.

It was matters at the other end of the field which made the headlines on that occasion, though, with Neymar returning to create one and score another on his first appearance since June.

The addition of their talisman to a squad which has already won the Copa America would make Brazil favourites against most teams in world football, and Peru must now find a way to stop a team against whom they conceded eight times during the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s side certainly improved as the Copa America progressed, bouncing back from their 5-0 group-stage defeat to Brazil to beat Uruguay and Chile and reach the final for the first time since 1975.

Peru have since lost back-to-back games, though, following their defeat in the final with a 1-0 reverse against Ecuador on Friday night.

That defeat was somewhat misleading, though, with Los Incas allowing just that one shot on target while creating nine chances of their own, although their failure to convert those will clearly be a concern.

Not since 2013 have Peru been beaten three times in a row and their national team is in better shape now than it has been for decades, although Wednesday’s match might still be a step too far for them to get back to winning ways.

Neymar is expected to earn his 99th Brazil cap, which will see him move above Djalma Santos and Ronaldo in the all-time list.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward’s current record stands at 61 goals in 98 games for his country – just behind Ronaldo’s record of 62 in 98 – and one more goal will leave him behind only Pele in the scoring stakes.

The likes of Gabriel Jesus, Everton Soares, Alisson Becker and Fernandinho are missing from the squad for this round of fixtures, but there is no shortage of quality with Roberto Firmino, Dani Alves and Thiago Silva among those involved.

Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior could be in line for his first international appearance, while Samir and goalkeeper Ivan are the other uncapped players available to Tite.

Peru, meanwhile, are without their two most experienced players with Paolo Guerrero having pulled out of the squad and Jefferson Farfan injured.

Raul Ruidiaz is expected to lead the line in their absence, while Yoshimar Yotun will be pushing for a start after missing out against Ecuador.

Libya vs Morocco Live

Libya vs Morocco Live : Libya vs Morocco Live Stream Online Watch The Morocco and Libya have met eleven times in the history so far. Libya have won only one of those matches, way back in 1985, with Morocco on a run of nine games without a loss. Just one of all the meetings was won by the visiting side. The most recent two encounters finished with the same score of 1:1 after the regular ninety minutes, but Morocco triumphed after extra time in the semi-final of the African Nations Championship in 2018.

Last season Sundowns, the 2016 Champions League winners, clashed with Wydad in the group phase, winning 2-1 at home but losing 1-0 away. Overall in the eight matches played, Wydad, who were champions in 2017 and losing finalists in last season’s edition, hold the upper hand over the South Africans, with four wins, two draws and two defeats.

USM Alger, who lost in the 2015 Champions League final to TP Mazembe, will also provide stiff competition, while Petro Atletico have been regulars in African competition and will also likely be no walkovers; a tough test faces coach Pitso Mosimane and his Sundowns side.

Last season’s champions, Esperance de Tunis, are in Group D, alongside Raja Casablanca, JS Kabylie and AS Vita Club.

Record eight-time winners of Africa’s premier competition Ah Ahly, who lost 5-1 on aggregate to Sundowns in the quarterfinals last season, are in Group B together with Etoile du Sahel, Al-Hilal and Zimbabwean club FC Platinum.

DR Congo giants TP Mazembe, themselves five-time Champions League winners, will be up against Zambian team ZESCO United and Angolan side Primeiro de Agosto, and will be joined by either Zamalek of Egypt or Senegalese outfit Generation Foot.

Two sides from each of the four groups will advance to the quarterfinals.

Meanwhile, in the Confederation Cup, South Africa still have two teams competing – Bidvest Wits and National First Division club TS Galaxy, who shocked Kaizer Chiefs in last season’s Nedbank Cup final to earn their place in the African competition.

The Confederation Cup is currently at the playoff stage, with the teams who won in the second preliminary round having been put into the hat with the clubs who lost in the second preliminary round of the Champions League.

Wits will fancy their chances against Mozambique side UD Songo over the two legs, but Galaxy, however, will be very much underdogs against Nigerian powerhouse Enyimba, who are two-time Champions League winners.

The Champions League fixture dates are yet to be announced, but the Confederation Cup games will take place on the 27 October (first leg) with the return leg on 3 November.

Morocco are unbeaten in the regular time of their last seven matches, losing only on penalties to Benin in their Africa Cup on Nations last-16 clash with Benin. None of the nations involved in this run were able to score more than one goal. Understandably none of Morocco’s last five outings produced over 2,5 goals, while two saw both countries hitting the back of the nets.

No draw has been registered in Libya’s five previous encounters. The Libyans won only one of those meetings, trashing Seychelles 1:8 in a qualifier for the Africa Cup of Nations. All but one of their last five outings featured over 2,5 goals, and three witnessed goals at both ends.

Morocco vs Libya Live

Morocco vs Libya Live : Morocco vs Libya Live Stream Online Watch Morocco an Libya will meet on Friday for a friendly game. The Moroccans are preparing for their African Nations Championship qualifier with Algeria on 18th this month, while will face Tunisia on the same day. Mamelodi Sundowns will face Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca for the fourth consecutive year in the CAF Champions League, following Wednesday night’s draw for the final group phase in Cairo.

Last season Sundowns, the 2016 Champions League winners, clashed with Wydad in the group phase, winning 2-1 at home but losing 1-0 away. Overall in the eight matches played, Wydad, who were champions in 2017 and losing finalists in last season’s edition, hold the upper hand over the South Africans, with four wins, two draws and two defeats.

USM Alger, who lost in the 2015 Champions League final to TP Mazembe, will also provide stiff competition, while Petro Atletico have been regulars in African competition and will also likely be no walkovers; a tough test faces coach Pitso Mosimane and his Sundowns side.

Last season’s champions, Esperance de Tunis, are in Group D, alongside Raja Casablanca, JS Kabylie and AS Vita Club.

Record eight-time winners of Africa’s premier competition Ah Ahly, who lost 5-1 on aggregate to Sundowns in the quarterfinals last season, are in Group B together with Etoile du Sahel, Al-Hilal and Zimbabwean club FC Platinum.

DR Congo giants TP Mazembe, themselves five-time Champions League winners, will be up against Zambian team ZESCO United and Angolan side Primeiro de Agosto, and will be joined by either Zamalek of Egypt or Senegalese outfit Generation Foot.

Two sides from each of the four groups will advance to the quarterfinals.

Meanwhile, in the Confederation Cup, South Africa still have two teams competing – Bidvest Wits and National First Division club TS Galaxy, who shocked Kaizer Chiefs in last season’s Nedbank Cup final to earn their place in the African competition.

The Confederation Cup is currently at the playoff stage, with the teams who won in the second preliminary round having been put into the hat with the clubs who lost in the second preliminary round of the Champions League.

Wits will fancy their chances against Mozambique side UD Songo over the two legs, but Galaxy, however, will be very much underdogs against Nigerian powerhouse Enyimba, who are two-time Champions League winners.

The Champions League fixture dates are yet to be announced, but the Confederation Cup games will take place on the 27 October (first leg) with the return leg on 3 November.

Morocco are unbeaten in the regular time of their last seven matches, losing only on penalties to Benin in their Africa Cup on Nations last-16 clash with Benin. None of the nations involved in this run were able to score more than one goal. Understandably none of Morocco’s last five outings produced over 2,5 goals, while two saw both countries hitting the back of the nets.

No draw has been registered in Libya’s five previous encounters. The Libyans won only one of those meetings, trashing Seychelles 1:8 in a qualifier for the Africa Cup of Nations. All but one of their last five outings featured over 2,5 goals, and three witnessed goals at both ends.

Albania vs Turkey Live

Albania vs Turkey Live : Albania vs Turkey Live Stream Online Watch Erik Hamren’s Iceland welcome France to Reykjavik on Friday evening in an important Euro 2020 Group H qualifier. The World Cup holders are currently behind Turkey at the top of the group on goal difference, while Iceland are three points further back in third. The match is is happening in the league European Championship Qualification in International. We are waiting for really exciting football opposition between these two fantastic teams. The performances, that both teams have showed were great.

Turkey and Albania will clash on Friday in a game part of the Euro 2020 Qualifying cycle. The two nations are situated in group H, with the Turks sitting on top of the standings with 15 points, while their next opponents are down at 4th spot with 9 points.

No draw has been registered in the five previous meetings between Turkey and Albania, with the Turks winning three times and losing twice in the process. All but one of those matches were won by the visiting sides. The most recent encounter was held in March in the Albanian capitol Tirana, and the home supporters left the stadium disappointed as the hosts lost 0:2. Only one of the last five H2H clashes featured over 2,5 goals and it is the only to witness goals scored at both ends.

No draw has been registered in Turkey’s last eight outings, as the team was able to win seven of those encounters and lost only to Iceland in the process. The Turks are currently on a run of two back-to-back victories, winning the last game by 0:4 away to Moldova. Two of their last five meetings produced over 2,5 goals, while only one saw both involved nations scoring. Turkey are on a five game winning streak when playing at home, and that run includes a 2:0 win over the World Champions from France.
No draw has been registered in Albania’s previous nine matches. Each of their last four games saw the home sides triumphing after the final whistle. Three of Albania’s last five meetings featured over 2,5 goals, as only the most recent two witnessed goals at both ends. The team is on a run of two back-to-back losses in their visits.

Iceland will be looking to make amends for their disappointing 4-2 defeat against Albania last time out against a France side they are yet to beat in 14 previous meetings. Despite being at home, Hamren’s team are likely to set up defensively, hoping to soak up France’s pressure and then hit on the counter through the likes of Arnor Traustason and Burnley winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

However, the squad that has won them debuts at the European Championships and the World Cup is aging and their reliance on the likes of 36-year-old Kari Arnason in defence and 35-year-old free agent midfielder Emil Hallfredsson leaves them vulnerable to pace and physicality. They will also be somewhat deficient in midfielder as captain Aron Gunnarsson has been ruled out with injury, with Everton star Gylfi Sigurdsson likely to drop deeper in his absence.

France have won three qualifiers in a row since their defeat to Turkey in June, scoring 11 goals in the process, although it must be noted that seven of those were across two games against Andorra. Heading into their game with Turkey next Tuesday, Didier Deschamps’ side will be determined to take maximum points from Iceland and put more pressure on the current group leaders.

France won the home fixture with Iceland 4-0 back in March, with Kylian Mbappe among the scorers that day, although the Paris Saint-Germain forward will be unavailable for this game after pulling out of the squad through injury. With Iceland likely to opt for a formation with five at the back, the main decision for Deschamps will be whether to go for a wide and expansive 4-3-3 or a more direct 4-4-1-1 that allows Antoine Griezmann to play off Olivier Giroud. It is also likely though that the former Marseille man opts to rest some players with a view to the Turkey game, with form players like Jonathan Ikone and Alassane Plea in contention to get some minutes.

Turkey vs Albania Live

Turkey vs Albania Live : Turkey vs Albania Live Stream Online Watch Today is the 11 October and football confrontation between Turkey and Albania is gonna start soon. The match is is happening in the league European Championship Qualification in International. We are waiting for really exciting football opposition between these two fantastic teams. The performances, that both teams have showed were great, so we are waiting for breathtaking football standoff Both coaches chose agrressive line-ups. Highlight the favorite of this soccer battle in the comments and voting. This match will be refereeing by the world class squad of refs.

Turkey and Albania will clash on Friday in a game part of the Euro 2020 Qualifying cycle. The two nations are situated in group H, with the Turks sitting on top of the standings with 15 points, while their next opponents are down at 4th spot with 9 points.

No draw has been registered in the five previous meetings between Turkey and Albania, with the Turks winning three times and losing twice in the process. All but one of those matches were won by the visiting sides. The most recent encounter was held in March in the Albanian capitol Tirana, and the home supporters left the stadium disappointed as the hosts lost 0:2. Only one of the last five H2H clashes featured over 2,5 goals and it is the only to witness goals scored at both ends.

No draw has been registered in Turkey’s last eight outings, as the team was able to win seven of those encounters and lost only to Iceland in the process. The Turks are currently on a run of two back-to-back victories, winning the last game by 0:4 away to Moldova. Two of their last five meetings produced over 2,5 goals, while only one saw both involved nations scoring. Turkey are on a five game winning streak when playing at home, and that run includes a 2:0 win over the World Champions from France.
No draw has been registered in Albania’s previous nine matches. Each of their last four games saw the home sides triumphing after the final whistle. Three of Albania’s last five meetings featured over 2,5 goals, as only the most recent two witnessed goals at both ends. The team is on a run of two back-to-back losses in their visits.

Iceland will be looking to make amends for their disappointing 4-2 defeat against Albania last time out against a France side they are yet to beat in 14 previous meetings. Despite being at home, Hamren’s team are likely to set up defensively, hoping to soak up France’s pressure and then hit on the counter through the likes of Arnor Traustason and Burnley winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

However, the squad that has won them debuts at the European Championships and the World Cup is aging and their reliance on the likes of 36-year-old Kari Arnason in defence and 35-year-old free agent midfielder Emil Hallfredsson leaves them vulnerable to pace and physicality. They will also be somewhat deficient in midfielder as captain Aron Gunnarsson has been ruled out with injury, with Everton star Gylfi Sigurdsson likely to drop deeper in his absence.

France have won three qualifiers in a row since their defeat to Turkey in June, scoring 11 goals in the process, although it must be noted that seven of those were across two games against Andorra. Heading into their game with Turkey next Tuesday, Didier Deschamps’ side will be determined to take maximum points from Iceland and put more pressure on the current group leaders.

France won the home fixture with Iceland 4-0 back in March, with Kylian Mbappe among the scorers that day, although the Paris Saint-Germain forward will be unavailable for this game after pulling out of the squad through injury. With Iceland likely to opt for a formation with five at the back, the main decision for Deschamps will be whether to go for a wide and expansive 4-3-3 or a more direct 4-4-1-1 that allows Antoine Griezmann to play off Olivier Giroud. It is also likely though that the former Marseille man opts to rest some players with a view to the Turkey game, with form players like Jonathan Ikone and Alassane Plea in contention to get some minutes.

Luxembourg vs Portugal Live

Luxembourg vs Portugal Live : Luxembourg vs Portugal Live Stream Online Watch The Luxembourg have picked up points in qualifying despite being in a tough group. They beat Lithuania 2-1 at home and drew the away fixture 1-1. However, Portugal are big favourites to pick up the three points and will be expected to win comfortably. European champions head into the fixture in second place in Group B. They are five points behind leaders Ukraine but do have a game in hand on Andriy Shevchenko’s side.

Portugal did not exactly fly out of the blocks in Group B as they were held at home by Ukraine and Serbia in their first two matches. Fernando Santos’s side have won their last two in the section, though, recording a 4-2 victory away to Serbia before scoring five against Lithuania last time out. Portugal will continue their pursuit of Ukraine in Group B when they welcome Luxembourg to Lisbon for their fifth Euro 2020 qualification match on Friday night. A total of eight points from four games has left Portugal in second spot in the section, while Luxembourg are fourth having picked up four points from their five fixtures thus far.

Eight points from four matches has left the UEFA Nations League winners in second spot in the group – five points off Ukraine, who have played a game more. The section leaders host Lithuania on Friday night, and it would be a huge surprise if they did not manage to move onto 16 points.

As a result, there is a lot of pressure on Portugal to get things right against Luxembourg, who are fourth with four points. Friday’s contest will actually be the 16th meeting between the two nations, with Portugal leading the head-to-head 13 wins to one, although they have not clashed in a competitive game since 2013.

Santos’s side will travel to Ukraine in their next Group B fixture on Monday night, and it would perhaps be fair to assume that will be a decisive fixture. The Iberian nation will then welcome Lithuania and travel to Luxembourg in their final two matches in the middle of next month.

Portugal are, of course, the holders of the European Championships having triumphed in 2016. There are nations seemingly better equipped to land the 2020 title, although A Selecao das Quinas cannot be written off due to a certain Cristiano Ronaldo – now the second-highest international goalscorer of all time with 93.

Luxembourg have never qualified for the finals of a major international tournament, and the European nation face an uphill task to make it out of this section. Indeed, as mentioned above, they are fourth in the group with four points having won one, drawn one and lost three of their five matches.

Luc Holtz’s side actually beat Lithuania in their first Group B game back in March, but have failed to win any of their last four – losing to Ukraine (twice) and Serbia in the process.

It was always going to be a tough ask to challenge the likes of Ukraine, Portugal and Serbia, but Luxembourg will be looking to win more than once during qualification for a European championships for the first time since 1996, which would certainly be a step in the right direction.

The omens are not exactly fantastic for the visitors, though, when considering that they have lost each of their last eight internationals with Portugal since a 1-1 draw in a friendly back in October 1991. That said, they did beat the Iberian nation 4-2 during qualification for the 1962 World Cup.

It is difficult to see where the goals are going to come from on Friday night, however, as aside from Daniel da Mota with seven, no player in the current squad has netted more than five times for their country.

Portugal vs Luxembourg Live

Portugal vs Luxembourg Live : Portugal vs Luxembourg Live Stream Online Watch Portugal will continue their pursuit of Ukraine in Group B when they welcome Luxembourg to Lisbon for their fifth Euro 2020 qualification match on Friday night. A total of eight points from four games has left Portugal in second spot in the section, while Luxembourg are fourth having picked up four points from their five fixtures thus far. Portugal did not exactly fly out of the blocks in Group B as they were held at home by Ukraine and Serbia in their first two matches. Fernando Santos’s side have won their last two in the section, though, recording a 4-2 victory away to Serbia before scoring five against Lithuania last time out.

Eight points from four matches has left the UEFA Nations League winners in second spot in the group – five points off Ukraine, who have played a game more. The section leaders host Lithuania on Friday night, and it would be a huge surprise if they did not manage to move onto 16 points.

As a result, there is a lot of pressure on Portugal to get things right against Luxembourg, who are fourth with four points. Friday’s contest will actually be the 16th meeting between the two nations, with Portugal leading the head-to-head 13 wins to one, although they have not clashed in a competitive game since 2013.

Santos’s side will travel to Ukraine in their next Group B fixture on Monday night, and it would perhaps be fair to assume that will be a decisive fixture. The Iberian nation will then welcome Lithuania and travel to Luxembourg in their final two matches in the middle of next month.

Portugal are, of course, the holders of the European Championships having triumphed in 2016. There are nations seemingly better equipped to land the 2020 title, although A Selecao das Quinas cannot be written off due to a certain Cristiano Ronaldo – now the second-highest international goalscorer of all time with 93.

Luxembourg have never qualified for the finals of a major international tournament, and the European nation face an uphill task to make it out of this section. Indeed, as mentioned above, they are fourth in the group with four points having won one, drawn one and lost three of their five matches.

Luc Holtz’s side actually beat Lithuania in their first Group B game back in March, but have failed to win any of their last four – losing to Ukraine (twice) and Serbia in the process.

It was always going to be a tough ask to challenge the likes of Ukraine, Portugal and Serbia, but Luxembourg will be looking to win more than once during qualification for a European championships for the first time since 1996, which would certainly be a step in the right direction.

The omens are not exactly fantastic for the visitors, though, when considering that they have lost each of their last eight internationals with Portugal since a 1-1 draw in a friendly back in October 1991. That said, they did beat the Iberian nation 4-2 during qualification for the 1962 World Cup.

It is difficult to see where the goals are going to come from on Friday night, however, as aside from Daniel da Mota with seven, no player in the current squad has netted more than five times for their country.

Portugal continue their UEFA 2020 European Championship qualifying campaign on Friday at home to minnows Luxembourg.

The European champions head into the fixture in second place in Group B. They are five points behind leaders Ukraine but do have a game in hand on Andriy Shevchenko’s side.

Luxembourg have picked up points in qualifying despite being in a tough group. They beat Lithuania 2-1 at home and drew the away fixture 1-1. However, Portugal are big favourites to pick up the three points and will be expected to win comfortably.

Iceland vs France Live

Iceland vs France Live : Iceland vs France Live Stream Online Watch The Iceland and France will meet on Friday for their next matches of the Euro 2020 Qualifying campaign. Both nations are in group H, with France second in the standings on equal 15 points with leaders Turkey, and Iceland not far behind, sitting 3rd on 12 points.Iceland is still looking for their maiden victory over France, as they were unable to triumph in any of the previous fourteen meetings between the two nations.

Each of the last five encounters featured over 3,5 goals, as four also witnessed goals scored at both ends. The 4:0 victory that the French team recorded in the most recent match, saw them becoming the first side to register a clean sheet from any of the last eight H2H clashes. Iceland have never managed to score more than once, when listed as the home side.

No draw has been registered in Iceland’s previous six matches, with each of the last five being won by the home sides. In their most recent game, the nation lost their visit to Albania by 4:2, and thus ended their run of three successive victories. All but one of Iceland last five meetings produced over 2,5 goals, and two saw both involved nations hitting the back of the nets.

France is currently on a three game winning streak and managed to score three or more in each of those matches. The World Champions won by 3:0 their previous outing with minnows Andorra. Three of France’s last five encounters featured over 2,5 goals, while only one witnessed goals at both ends.

Erik Hamren’s Iceland welcome France to Reykjavik on Friday evening in an important Euro 2020 Group H qualifier. The World Cup holders are currently behind Turkey at the top of the group on goal difference, while Iceland are three points further back in third.

Iceland will be looking to make amends for their disappointing 4-2 defeat against Albania last time out against a France side they are yet to beat in 14 previous meetings. Despite being at home, Hamren’s team are likely to set up defensively, hoping to soak up France’s pressure and then hit on the counter through the likes of Arnor Traustason and Burnley winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

However, the squad that has won them debuts at the European Championships and the World Cup is aging and their reliance on the likes of 36-year-old Kari Arnason in defence and 35-year-old free agent midfielder Emil Hallfredsson leaves them vulnerable to pace and physicality. They will also be somewhat deficient in midfielder as captain Aron Gunnarsson has been ruled out with injury, with Everton star Gylfi Sigurdsson likely to drop deeper in his absence.

France have won three qualifiers in a row since their defeat to Turkey in June, scoring 11 goals in the process, although it must be noted that seven of those were across two games against Andorra. Heading into their game with Turkey next Tuesday, Didier Deschamps’ side will be determined to take maximum points from Iceland and put more pressure on the current group leaders.

France won the home fixture with Iceland 4-0 back in March, with Kylian Mbappe among the scorers that day, although the Paris Saint-Germain forward will be unavailable for this game after pulling out of the squad through injury.

With Iceland likely to opt for a formation with five at the back, the main decision for Deschamps will be whether to go for a wide and expansive 4-3-3 or a more direct 4-4-1-1 that allows Antoine Griezmann to play off Olivier Giroud. It is also likely though that the former Marseille man opts to rest some players with a view to the Turkey game, with form players like Jonathan Ikone and Alassane Plea in contention to get some minutes.

Costa Rica vs Haiti Live

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European nations are battling for qualification for Euro 2020, with some nations such as Belgium and Italy able to secure their place in the tournament this international break. Over in Asia, qualification for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is in full swing, while the rest of the world either has friendly matches or Nations League matches. Here are some things to look out for this October 2019 international break.

Son In Pyongyang

South Korea and North Korea play against each other quite regularly, and actually faced each other four times during the qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup. But for the first time in almost 30 years, South Korea will play North Korea in Pyongyang this October 15th. That the match is being played in North Korea shows how for the two Koreas have come in the past two years; that there won’t be any South Korean supporters in the Kim Il Sung stadium shows how much further they still have to go.

Both sides have won all their qualifying games so far. For Son Heung-min and the rest of South Korea’s relatively young squad, they’ll have to forget about the historic significance of the occasion and focus on the match if they want to come away from Pyongyang with all three points. South Korean head coach Paulo Bento said of the trip to Pyongyang “I know how South Korean people feel about this match, but the most important thing is for us to win.”

Samba In Singapore

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The Brazilian national team are trying to have their Brigadeiro and eat it. For the Brazilian FA, the international break provides the perfect opportunity to top up their coffers, so Neymar and co. are heading to Singapore for a pair of exhibition matches. But rather than playing Singapore, they’ll be facing Senegal and Nigeria. With so few teams in CONMEBOL, and with the rest of the world playing competitive games, it makes sense for Brazil to use this break as an opportunity to play strong opponents from Africa, but while the facilities in Singapore are first class and the island offers a chance to maximize the commercial aspects of the games, it must be a bit disappointing for fans of Senegal and Nigeria that these games aren’t happening in Lagos or Dakar.The boys soccer season has reached the midway point, which means its time for an annual midseason awards.

These picks are no indication of the awards we will hand out at the end of the season with our postseason honors, but rather our observations halfway through the season.Now in the second year of a rebuilding phase with an incredibly young team, Shawnee has shown progression throughout the season and will be a dangerous team come tournament time. Seniors Aidan Giquintio and Aidan Lewis have provided strong leadership for Shawnee’s youthful talent and results this week alone should point to a promising future. Wins over Eastern and Lenape to end a three-game losing skid should cement Shawnee’s place back in the South Jersey Coaches’ Cup after failing to qualify last season.

Shawnee (7-4-1) enters Tuesday seeded No. 8 in power points in South Jersey, Group 4 and will be a tough out in November in a wide-open state tournament field.Finally healthy, West Orange is looking dangerous. After opening the year 0-4-1, it rattled off four straight wins to bring its record to 4-4-1 before running into No. 2 Seton Hall Prep and No. 14 Montclair.

The resurgence has come behind the returns of Aleks Cardoza and Dario Carraha as well as show-stopping, game-changer Kalleo Mendes. Sophomore Ari Rosu has gotten off to a great start in the attacking third with four goals and two assists. Now with a full supporting cast, Rosu could be on the verge of some big things. In the back, Yasin Aly leads a strong, hard-working group.

West Orange was seeded eighth and will look to give top-seeded Seton Hall Prep a run for its money in Saturday’s quarterfinals. It is currently No. 14 in the power points report for North 1, Group 4 and is not a team that can be slept on.