07 Nov Continued coverage of FIFA 2018 World Cup European Qualifiers action, live and exclusive on StarSat from November 11 to 13
France and its array of stars will be looking to keep their unbeaten record when they take on Sweden in a top of the group clash at the Stade de France on Friday, on Sports Life at 21:30.
The two group A sides are unbeaten in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers and will be out to try and qualify via the first round.
Sweden has shown that there is life after Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who retired from international football, as they have drawn with the Netherlands and beaten Luxembourg and Bulgaria. They have seven points from their three matches.
France has the same amount of points after surprisingly drawing with Belarus before beating Bulgaria and the Netherlands. The 1998 world champions have a fully fit side with the likes of Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba looking to cause problems for the Swedes.
Although many experts will regard France as the favourites, it would be wise to remember that Sweden beat Les Bleus the last time the two sides met at Euro 2016. This weekend will be filled with top class international football in the FIFA World Cup European qualifiers and StarSat will be exclusively showing buy valacyclovir 500mg them. Another clash to look out for is one that is regarded as one of sports’ biggest rivalries. The group F clash between table topping England and Scotland at Wembley, Friday at 21:35 on World Football, is expected to be an emotional one.
The English are the favourites as they are unbeaten and top their group. Scotland is fourth and need a victory to keep up with the front runners. Another match that stands out is the group D encounter between Wales and Serbia on Saturday, 21:35 on World Football. Wales has stuttered a bit so far as they are third in the group. They will be hoping Gareth Bale’s top form for his club Real Madrid spills over to their national side. They have also been boosted by the return of Aaron Ramsey who had missed the other qualifiers due to injury.
They face a Serbia team which tops the group and is unbeaten.
Can the Dragons bring Serbia’s unbeaten run to a halt?
Catch all the action from the FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers on StarSat. From November 11 to 13 StarSat will be broadcasting 5 to 8 matches a day.