Nations League: Iceland vs England


At home, the island nation of Iceland will have the third time encountering the Three Lions - defeating the general they defeated in round 1/16 of the Euro 2016 finals in the first time attending a major tournament. Is England's revenge growing stronger after that disgrace while Iceland needs to have good results in the opening match of Group B Group A with both this mighty Denmark and Belgium


Iceland needs to overcome Romania in the semifinals before winning the final after that to get tickets to the Euro 2020 finals, thereby having for the third time in a row to attend a major tournament, if successful they will enter Group F death. where Germany, France and Portugal are recruited. After meeting England this match, they continue to meet the mighty Belgian team - the opponent they shared in the opening Nations League with Switzerland. Their frame hasn't changed much like Burnley midfielder J├│hann Berg Gu├░mundsson and Augsburg striker Alfre├░ Finnbogason and Copenhagen midfielder Ragnar Sigur├░sson and Everton conductor Gylfi Sigur├░sson.

Captain Harry Maguire was named for England despite the ongoing trial in Greece but was later disqualified, while Gareth Southgate handed Mason Greenwood, Phil Foden and Kalvin Phillips to be summoned. first. Teenage star Greenwood, who had a good breakout season with Man United in the second leg of the season, and Man City player Phil Foden was also included in the main squad for the first time with the defensive midfielder. Leeds's Kalvin Phillips after impressing the champions of the Sky Bet Championship. Phillips, 24, progressed through Leeds' academy and was made his first-team debut by former manager Neil Redfearn in the 4-3 Championship defeat to Wolves in April 2015, He became the number one mainstay under current manager Marcelo Bielsa who turned a belligerent young midfielder with a keen eye for left-kicks into one of the best young defensive midfielders in the country. . Danny Ings' good form for Southampton saw him get summoned for the first time since his debut in 2015, while Kyle Walker was recalled after not playing for England since the final Nations League last June. His Manchester City teammate John Stones was dropped from the squad, but Raheem Sterling received a nod despite questions about his readiness following the news of covid infection. With no room for Callum Hudson-Odoi, Fikayo Tomori, Danny Rose and Callum Wilson joined the squad against Kosovo in November.  




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