Denmark – Bulgaria 

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 Turkey – Hungary 

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 Serbia – Scotland 

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 France – Spain 

France go into this crunch tie looking to open up a five-point gap at the Group I summit, which would see them all but secure the first place in the standings.

Spain, on the other hand, hope to make amends for the 1-1 draw against Finland and return to the top of the group by winning at Stade de France.

Didier Deschamps was always going to have a difficult task having taken over the reigns after yet another disappointing showing at the tournament finals.

Les Bleus, nonetheless, started the 2014 World Cup qualifiers strongly, defeating Finland and Belarus, before holding Euro 2012 champions Spain to a 1-1 draw in Madrid.

France have since recorded a comfortable win over Georgia, which saw them create a two-point advantage at the top given that Spain slipped up against Finland.

The hosts now have a great chance to make a giant step towards the tournament finals..Didier Deschamps is set to revert to 4-3-3 formation for the Spain match, which could see Olivier Giroud make way for Yohan Cabaye.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Lloris – Jallet, Varane, Sakho, Clichy – Cabaye, Matuidi, Pogba – Valbuena, Benzema, Ribery.

Spain remain the team to beat after winning the last three major tournaments, but La Furia Roja have experienced some unexpected problems in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. It all started from that match against France, when Vicente del Bosque’s side largely dominated the game and looked to be cruising to victory, that is until Olivier Giroud scored a late, late goal to earn one point for les Bleus.

Same thing happened on Friday against Finland, as La Furia Roja couldn’t hold on to a one-goal lead, but it is too early to be talking about a dip in form or something like that. Spain did make some mistakes in the two matches, but that is likely to make the players even more determined to make things right in Paris. David Villa looks set to start up front as Vicente del Bosque plans some changes to the starting line-up..

Jordi Alba and David Silva miss out through injury and suspension, but Xabi Alonso, Xavi Hernandez and Pedro return to the starting line-up.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Valdes – Arbeloa, Ramos, Pique, Monreal – Xavi, Busquets, Xabi Alonso – Pedro, Villa, Iniesta.

 Wales – Croatia 

saturday info

Zeljeznicar – Slavija

Zeljo wanted postponed game at last for day after, for sunday. Reason is some virus, maybe food poisoning. Bekrić, Antolović, Bogičević, Kvesić, Brković, Čolić, Svraka, Pehilj i Zolotić all poisoned. Also poisoned goalkeeper’s ccoach Adnan Gušo and team manader Rusmir Cviko.  Brković wont play for sure, other trained but they feew tired, exgausted

Split – Inter Zaprešic 1
Quality on home side. Inter is one of worst teams imo and Split big favorite here at home. Split is without liong ter injutred Krizanac. New missings are gk Zagorac but Vukovic is good replacement, he is good expirienced gk which was club’s captein. Also out are striker Belle (6/1) and radotic (df 6/0) but midfielder Pehar (4/1) is back. Inter without important Gulic (df 5/0), Celikovic (df 6/0) and Scrbec (mf 2/0). Mlinar (mf 5/0) is back. Home win

Zadar – Istra 1961 istra +0,5 @ 1,75
Istra has much more quality. Zadar won in last few seasong most of their points at home but this season they are one of worst teams, i belive they will relegate. Some missings on both sides but i cannot see Zadar’s win here. Istra is stabile club..

Lokomotiva – Dinamo Zagreb over 2,5
Lokomotiva is 2nd team of Dinamo, B team. Dinamo sold captein Badelj to HSV and they took Brozovic from Lokomotiva. Also club suspend Leko and Pokrivac..

Rijeka – Hajduk Split
derby. I am forsing Rijeka this season, they are now financial stabile club, they bring lot new players, exppirience and good palyers but they didnt showed much (yet). last game they loose 2-0, there was 2 penalties..I expect better resaults from them..
Hajduk as you probably know with wery young squad, most main players leave club in rpe season, now last one captein Vukusic leave to Pescara. He was their main striker. I expect manny oscilations this season for hajduk, i belive young teams can showe their talent but they cannot paly good continuously. i would better bet here on Rijeka but i am tired of forcing them. Maybe when they start showing something i start to bet on them..

Torino – Pescara x2 @ 1,95
Last season both was in serie B, pescara 1st, torino 2nd, both with 83 pts. True, Pescara loose two topscorers and coach Zdenek Zeman (team scored 90 goals) but they bring manny manny players and i dont get thsi odds. True, Torino was good at home but this odds attract me. No missing problems

Olympique Lyon – Valenciennes
Lyon sold their goalkeeper in last day of mercato just like defender Cissokho. Tree important players also out: Gourcuff, Cris and Lisandro Lopez
Valenciennes started veryx good, didnt even recive a goal. They have some long term injuries, just new one missing, striker Samassa (3/1) but two important midfielders comes back, Camara and Sanchez

Vitória Guimarães – Estoril
Estoril without striker Paulo and tree defenders: Thiago Gomes, Pedro and Steven Vitoria. Vitoria scored both goals forclub (df 2/2, last season 7 goals) so maybe this there is some chance for hosts. Maybe finaly they score goal

Anderlecht – Genk
Both played euro games this week but Anderlecht had two days more to rest. Both qualify for groups, Anderlecht in CL, Genk in EL. Anderlecht best team in country and specially good at home but Genk defeted them at home last, in playoffs april. But Genk today without tree standard defenders: Simaeys, Ngongca and Tshimanga + defender Joeneleit and striker Masika. Hosts without important missings

FC Admira – WAC
Admira will mis league topscorer Hosiner (att 6/5)

Al Nasr – Al Hilal
Both are from same city, Riyadh. Al Hilal is much better and richer club. Form is not perfect but they should won this . They won in last 5 meetings.

Lausanne vs Grasshopper Zurich

Lausanne out: Sebastien Meoli(r)(def), Michel Avanzini(sp)(mid), Anthony Favre(r)(gk), Mehmed Begzadic(sp)(att)
Doubtful: Gabri Garcia(mid), Yannis Tafer(sp)(att), Signori Antonio(sp)(gk)

Grasshopper won tree in a row. Out are Shkelzen Gashi(r)(mid), Gianluca Hossmann(sp)(def), Mohamed Coulibaly(sp)(mid)

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