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The British and Irish teams taking part in a tense 2014 World Cup qualification campaign will be determined to register some points on Tuesday evening in the second international fixture of the week.
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland are all aiming to be at the 2014 World Cup and although this is looking more likely for some than others, it doesn’t change the importance of Tuesday evening’s fixture.
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For England, it is a tough trip to Poland. They may not have had any problems progressing past San Marino on Friday, but this is a very different challenge. Steven Gerrard comes back into contention after suspension and he will hope to guide his team to a valuable away win.
Wales – fresh from their dramatic 2-1 win over Scotland on Friday – also face a tough away game as they travel to Croatia. Chris Coleman will hope that Gareth Bale can inspire them to a memorable result on the road and there is no doubt that a draw would be a fantastic result.
For Scotland, it is a case of picking themselves up again after the disappointing defeat to Wales. They were leading for the majority of the game, but saw things collapse as they conceded two goals in the last ten minutes.
It is now just two points from three games as they head into Tuesday’s trip to Belgium, a team on top of their game at the moment and with some world-class individual players.
Northern Ireland continue the trend of the home nations having a tough away game to contend with on Tuesday. Searching for their first win of the campaign, they face Portugal. They have already talked up pulling off a shock result, but they definitely need their hosts to be below par.
Completing this preview of Tuesday night, it is worth a look at Republic of Ireland’s trip to the Faroe Islands. After the 6-1 hammering to Germany on Friday, changes may well be made to the starting eleven and there is no doubt that only three points will do.
If they are to compete with Germany and Sweden at the top of Group C, this is a fixture they must win and win well. To do so, they need to learn from their mistakes and look forward positively.
Overall, these five teams all have tough fixtures on Tuesday and it will be fascinating to see how things turn out. For many, it is nearly make or break time already in terms of World Cup qualification.