Paris – AFP
Denmark hopes to book its ticket to the 2022 World Cup in football, when it hosts Austria in the eighth round of the European qualifiers group F, while England seeks to strengthen its lead and move forward to the football wedding when it hosts Hungary in Group I.
Denmark, which tops its group with the full mark with 7 complete victories, will be on a date with direct qualification if it manages to win in its own home at the “Parken Stadium” over the fourth in the group with 10 points, or in the event of a tie and a loss or a draw for Scotland with the Faroe Islands.
Denmark leads before Tuesday’s meeting by 7 points from its runner-up Scotland, who is a guest of the Fifth Faroe Islands (4 points), in an easy match on paper.
Denmark hopes to repeat its victory over Austria when it returned from the “Ernst Happel Stadion” with a clean four in the third round competitions.
In the ninth group, the leaders England with 19 points will host the fourth Hungary (10 points), while the second Albania (15) will play against the third Poland (14) in a fiery confrontation.
The “Three Lions” team returns for the second time to Wembley Stadium since losing in the final of the continental championship on penalties against Italy, hoping to appear in a sweeping image, as it did during the match against Andorra by five clean last Saturday, while Hungary lost to Albania 1-0 .
Since the evening of losing the European Cup final, coach Gareth Southgate’s players have scored 14 goals and conceded an orphan goal in the qualifiers, while the missing pedal in the 1-1 draw against Poland in the previous international window last September will not prevent England from achieving the goal of joining the national team train Qualified for the World Cup 2022.
England hopes to repeat the scenario of winning in the first leg when they swept Hungary at home 4-0, in a confrontation that was overshadowed by the abuse and racist chants from the fans of the host team.
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