England World Cup 2014 — 22 March 2013

Mirko Vucinic will be looking to inspire Montenegro to another qualifying win in MoldovaThere is a whole host of World Cup qualifiers this evening in the European section.

England travels to minnows San Marino looking to go above group leaders Montenegro in the group H table.

The home side have lost the last six games conceding 20 goals in the process.

Montenegro travels to Moldova for their game, which should prove a slightly trickier game than England’s, but Montenegrins should triumph.

Elsewhere, in Group I World champions Spain host Finland. The Spaniards are top of the group table on goal difference.

France are second in the group and host Georgia at Stade de France. The two teams will be battling it out for the one automatic qualification berth.

In Group C Germany travels to Kazakhstan looking to extend their lead at the top of the group table. Sweden and Republic of Ireland are on the tails of the Germans and face each other on Friday night in Stockholm.

The Netherlands are hot favourites to win Group D and host Estonia at the Amsterdam Arena. The Dutch are currently three points ahead of Hungary and Romania. The two rivals meet at the Nepstadion in Budapest.

In the other game in the group struggling Andorra host Turkey at the Estadio Comunal De Aixovall. Turkey currently only has three points from the games so far and their opponents have yet to register a point in the group.

Group B leaders Italy drew 2-2 with Brazil in a friendly last night. Second place Bulgaria host Malta looking to go within a point of the Azzurri. The Czech Republic will be looking to get their qualification campaign back on track as they host underperforming Denmark at the Andruv Stadium in Olomouc.

In Group F leaders Russia travels to Northern Ireland, while Portugal face a potentially tricky trip to Israel. While minnows Luxembourg and Azerbaijan meet at Josy Barthel Stadium.

Will there be any big upsets in tonight’s World Cup qualifiers?


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