There’s a busy Friday evening in World Cup qualifying matches tonight, aside from England v San Marino, with Wales v Scotland, Republic of Ireland v Germany, Belarus v Spain, Russia v Portugal and Bulgaria v Denmark as fans can watch all the games through Bet365 and their live stream service.
England play at Wembley as they host San Marino in a match which they should be winning at a canter. If the Three Lions are anywhere near their best – this will be a comfortable home victory.
Roy Hodgson’s men need the win as well after dropping points at home to Ukraine last time out.
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Also, after San Marino lost 6-0 at home to Montenegro last month in this group, this will be one of the biggest home bankers of Friday night’s fixtures.
Wales and Scotland then go up against each other at the Millennium Stadium in a match where both sides really need the points. It has been a shocking start to the qualifying campaign for Chris Coleman’s side as they have suffered back-to-back defeats and look a long way off reaching the World Cup in such a tough group.
Swansea City’s Ashley Williams has been given the captain’s armband and will lead the Welsh, as Scotland welcome back Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher to the fold after a period in the international wilderness, and the prolific Premiership striker will be hoping to fire the Scots to a decisive victory in Cardiff.
Scotland will also be disappointed to only have two points on the board after home matches against Serbia and Macedonia, with poor finishing really costing them so far.
With both of these teams desperate for the win, this could be a great encounter at in Cardiff on Friday evening, especially if the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Jordan Rhodes all feature and are in form.
Then you have Republic of Ireland going up against a very impressive Germany side at the Aviva Stadium.
Ireland have played just one game in qualifying, which they did win – but left it very late indeed. Robbie Keane and Kevin Doyle scored in the final minutes to take a 2-1 win in Kazakhstan.
Giovanni Trapattoni will now want his men to build on that and try and take something from a Germany side that have won both of their matches so far, but they will be without striker Robbie Keane for the fixture – the LA Galaxy star has been ruled out with an achilles injury, joining a worrying injury list which includes James McLean, Kevin Doyle and Richard Dunne.
However, if the home crowd get the stadium rocking, then the Irish certainly have a chance in this one.
It is all set to be a cracking round of fixtures on Friday evening, with all of these three matches getting underway at 7.45PM.