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Starting lineups: Bulgaria v Italy
Bulgaria: Ivanov; Dimov, Antov, Bozhikov; Cicinho, Chochev, Kostadinov, Vitanov, Tsvetanov; Delev, Galabinov.
Italy: Donnarumma; Florenzi, Bonucci, Acerbi, Spinazzola; Barella, Sensi, Verratti; Chiesa, Belotti, Insigne.
Starting lineups: Romania v Germany
Romania: Nita; Popescu, Chiriches, Tosca, Camora; Stanciu, Marin; Hagi, Tanase, Mihaila; Keseru.
Germany: Neuer; Klostermann, Ginter, Rüdiger, Can; Gündogan, Goretzka, Kimmich, Havertz, Gnabry, Sané.
Starting lineups: Israel v Scotland
Israel: Marciano, Dasa, Arad, El Hamed, Tibi, Menachem, Natcho, Peretz, Solomon. Zahavi, Weissman.
Scotland: Marshall, O’Donnell, Hanley, Hendry, Tierney, Robertson, McGregor, McTominay, McGinn, Fraser, Adams
Welcome to another night of joyous World Cup qualifiers.
Scotland play Israel for roughly the 45th (sixth) time in the last few years. Steve Clarke’s side will be boosted by securing a late draw against Austria thanks to a fine overhead kick from John McGinn, however, they have put in some woeful performances against Israel in recent times. When it mattered in their Euros playoff, however, Scotland held their nerve to win on penalties.
Manor Soloman scored the winner in November for Israel. The Shakhtar Donetsk man has seen off Real Madrid this season and has held talks with Arsenal over a summer move, so he is one to watch out for.
Romania host Germany in Bucharest, with the hosts hoping to cause an upset. There is definitely plenty of talent in the Romanian squad but being able to beat Germany is another kettle of fish. The likes of Ianis Hagi should relish the chance to come up against some of the world’s best players, so it could be a fascinating contest in Bucharest. Jamal Musiala could be given his second cap for Germany, which is something to watch out for after England missed out on securing his services.
Here is the full list of 7.45pm BST kick-offs:
Group B: Kosovo vs Sweden
Group C: Bulgaria vs Italy, Switzerland vs Lithuania
Group D: Ukraine vs Finland
Group F:, Austria vs Faroe Islands, Israel vs Scotland
Group I: Poland vs Andorra, San Marino vs Hungary
Group J: North Macedonia vs Liechtenstein, Romania vs Germany
There is plenty of intrigue around, that’s for sure.