Team information and previews before the European Qualifiers of Sunday, including Italy, Spain and more.
Finland team information: Markku Kanerva’s side might have to make do with no defensive player Tim Sparv, who is suspended for this clash.
Italy team information: Italy will soon likely be missing prohibited Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti with this competition, although other than that have a group from which to select from.
Where to watch: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Football out of 7.40pm; Kick-off reaches 7.45pm.
What is the state of play? After both nations secured victories on 25, the top two in Group J go at the Tammela Stadion on Sunday day.
Finland edged past Greece to some penalty from in-form Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki, although their opponents came from behind to see off 10-man Armenia 3-1 on the road thanks to two goals from Andrea Belotti.
But when the two sides met in Friuli back in March after Roberto Mancini’s men prevailed 2-0, the world champions will be put by the next 3 points on their journeys on Sunday well in their way.
Spain staff news: Robert Moreno’s staff is going to need to make do with assistance from Diego Llorente after the Real Sociedad guardian was sent off from Romania last time out. The hosts don’t have any injury problems to contend with.
Faroe Islands team news: Lars Olsen has a fully-fit squad to select from following all of his players came through unscathed against Sweden.
Where to see: Coverage starts on Sky Sports Premier League out of 7.40pm; Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
What’s the state of play? Barring an massive mad at El Molinonthis match should visit Spain take yet the next step towards qualifying for Euro 2020 using a win on Sunday.
The home side hold a advantage in the Group F standings over Sweden after Thursday’s outcome, once the winners resisted the late sending-off of Llorente to sail at Bucharest.
In terms of the visitors, their 4-0 home loss to Sweden leaves them propping up the table having no issues to their name – and it would be a significant surprise were that poor sequence to not continue Gijon, particularly given their 4-1 home loss to the very exact competitions back in June.
All games are live on the Sky Sports app, and also Sky Sports Football through the Red Button.
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Watch highlights of most of England’s eight Euro 2020 qualifying games for free with Sky Sports – for example England vs Bulgaria on Saturday and also England vs Kosovo on Tuesday.
The best bits from every game will be accessible on SkySports.com, the Sky Sports app and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel from 15 minutes following fulltime – and you won’t require a Sky Sports subscription to song in.
The Premier League is back and you may watch more matches than ever before on Sky Sports. We’ll show 128 Premier League games just live – and also have the first choice of matches each weekend.
We have new Saturday Night Football slots, even together with games every weekend in 5.30pm, and Friday Night Football, Super Sunday and Monday Night Football.
Besides, you’ll have the ability to observe Premier League highlights following the full-time whistle on app and the Sky Sports site – without being a Sky Sports subscriber.
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