European Qualifiers on Sky: Finland vs Italy and Spain vs Faroe Islands

Previews and team news before the European Qualifiers of Sunday, featuring more, Spain and Italy.
Finland team information: Markku Kanerva’s side will need to make do.
Italy team information: Italy will probably be missing banned Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti for this contest, although besides that, the visitors have from which to select from a fully-fit group.
Where to watch: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Football out of 7.40pm; Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
What is the state of play? The best two in Group J go head to head at the Tammela Stadion on Sunday day following both countries secured successes.
Finland edged past Greece 1-0 in the home thanks to a second-half punishment from Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki, although their opponents came from behind to see off 10-man Armenia 3-1 on the road thanks to 2 goals from Andrea Belotti.
But following Roberto Mancini’s men prevailed 2-0 if both sides met Friuli back in March, the world champions will be put by the following 3 points on their travels on Sunday well on their way to next summer’s European tournament.
Spain staff news: Robert Moreno’s staff is going to have to make do with assistance from Diego Llorente following the Real Sociedad protector was sent off against Romania last time out. The hosts don’t have any injury problems to contend with.
Faroe Islands team information: Lars Olsen includes a fully-fit squad to select from following his players came against Sweden through hammering.
Where to see: Coverage begins on Sky Sports Premier League from 7.40pm; Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
What’s the state of playwith? Barring an mad at El Molinon, this match should see Spain take the next step towards qualifying for Euro 2020 with a win on Sunday night.
The home side already hold a considerable edge from the Group F standings over Sweden following Thursday’s outcome, once the winners defeated the of Llorente to sail past Romania 2-1 at Bucharest.
As for the visitors, their 4-0 home loss to Sweden leaves them gobble up the table having no issues to their title – and it could be a major surprise were the poor sequence not to last in Gijon, particularly given their 4-1 home loss to the exact opponents back in June.
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