Red Devils’ International Fixtures

United players are on a high after their away win against Everton. Although, it was a great morale booster after what was a difficult week for Manchester United, losing to Arsenal (0-1) & Istanbul Basaksehir (2-1). They have to look ahead now. To the international fixtures coming up in the next few days.

Due to the fixture scheduling over the last few weeks, a lot of United players might be tired. Even though the manager has spoken out against it, right now it’s about a different kind of glory. Above all, this is a chance for the Manchester United players to shine for their respective countries with an equally heavy schedule of international fixtures.

Since we have a lot of interesting games coming up. We could see Reds going up against each other.

Whom To Watch Out For?

Ethan Galbraith & Scott McTominay play for their respective countries in the Euro qualifiers. When Northern Ireland take on Slovakia, and Serbia goes up against Scotland. Most importantly, this is Scotland‘s chance to qualify for a major tournament in over 20 years.

UEFA Nations League – In Group A3, Bruno Fernandes goes up against Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial when Portugal plays France. They are tied at the top of the group with 10-points each. In Group A4, David De Gea and Spain would want to finish at the top of a close group. Spain has a one-point lead at the top currently. In Group A1, Donny Van De Beek & Netherlands would want to win their matches and top the group.

Southgate has called up Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford & Dean Henderson in the England squad. We could see them in action against their friendly match with the Republic of Ireland. Or when they battle it out in the UEFA Nations League. In short, England maximum points to qualify for the finals.
Alex Telles, Edison Cavani, and Eric Bailly will all be in action. For the 2022 World Cup & African Cup of Nations qualifiers, respectively.

Moreover, we also have, Wales with Levitt & James looking to win in League B. Wales would want to win both games to qualify for the top tier. Although, one win and one draw would be enough to see them through.

There’s so much to look forward to during this international break!

List Of International Fixtures:

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Netherlands (Donny Van De Beek) vs Spain (David De Gea)
Portugal (Bruno Fernandes) vs Andorra
France (Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial) vs Finland

Ivory Coast (Eric Bailly) vs Madagascar
Northern Ireland (Ethan Galbraith) vs Slovakia
Serbia vs Scotland (Scott McTominay)
Wales (Daniel James & Dylan Levitt) vs United States Of America
England (Harry Maguire, Dean Henderson, & Marcus Rashford) vs Republic of Ireland

Colombia vs Uruguay (Edison Cavani)

Brazil (Alex Telles) vs Venezuela
Portugal (Bruno Fernandes) vs France (Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial)
Sweden (Victor Lindelof) vs Croatia
Switzerland vs Spain (David De Gea)

Slovakia vs Scotland (Scott McTominay)
Netherlands (Donny Van De Beek) vs Bosnia & Herzegovina
Wales (Daniel James & Dylan Levitt) vs Republic of Ireland
Belgium vs England (Harry Maguire, Dean Henderson & Marcus Rashford)
Austria vs Northern Ireland (Ethan Galbraith)

Madagascar vs Ivory Coast (Eric Bailly)
Croatia vs Portugal (Bruno Fernandes)
France (Paul Pogba & Anthony Martial) vs Sweden (Victor Lindelof)
Spain (David De Gea) vs Germany
Uruguay (Edison Cavani) vs Brazil (Alex Telles)

Poland vs Netherlands (Donny Van De Beek)
England (Harry Maguire, Dean Henderson & Marcus Rashford) vs Iceland
Northern Ireland (Ethan Galbraith) vs Romania
Israel vs Scotland (Scott McTominay)
Wales (Daniel James & Dylan Levitt) vs Finland

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