International Break Match Lineups: September 9 to 12

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Three must watch September matches.
Three must watch September matches.

As club football enters a fortnight-long vacation to allow the most latest sets of Euro 2024 and 2026 World Cup qualifiers in Europe and South America, respectively, the international break in September is swiftly approaching.

The qualifying process for the continent’s most prestigious event, Euro 2024, occupies the majority of the international break from September 4 to September 12.

Argentina, the current world champions and the first-ever winners, Brazil is eager to set a favorable tone for another easy qualifying round in the CONMEBOL confederation.

We examine the three most thrilling match-ups to keep an eye out for during the upcoming two weeks while the stakes are at an all-time high in Europe. Additionally, a number of high-profile international friendlies are scheduled for September.

September 9 to 12 Match Lineups

Ukraine vs England rivalry Ukraine vs. England rivalry Via Getty Images.

England vs. Ukraine Showdown: September 9 Clash

Gareth Southgate’s in-form team has won all four of its Group C qualifying games, making England’s bid to get to the fourth successive European Championship finals appear easy so far.

In the rematch from last March, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka each scored a goal as the Three Lions easily beat Ukraine at Wembley Stadium, stretching their winning streak to five games.

When the two countries square off at Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw, Poland, the runners-up from Euro 2020 will be eager to maintain their superior H2H record, which would all but guarantee qualifying for next summer’s event.

Southgate tried to address numerous pressing concerns in a thorough chat with The Athletic prior to the game.

Germany vs France rivalry Germany vs. France rivalry Via Getty Images.

European Football Showdown: Germany vs. France Friendly Match – September 12

On September 12, Germany and France will clash in a mouthwatering international friendly in Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park.

The last two games between both of these European powerhouses were won by Les Bleus, who defeated Die Mannschaft both times by a goal.

Since Germany last defeated Didier Deschamps’ team in 2014, it is clear why Hansi Flick is so keen to end his team’s terrible four-game losing streak in this particular matchup.

England vs Scotland rivalry England vs. Scotland rivalry Via Getty Images.

Battle of the British Isles: England vs. Scotland Friendly Clash – September 12

At Hampden Park, England will wrap up their September schedule against Scotland in an attempt to avenge two head-to-head draws.

Despite the Tartan Terriers’ perfect four-game start to their Euro 2024 qualifying, Scotland’s last victory over the Three Lions was not until 1999.

In five meetings in all competitions, including friendly matches, England has been unrelenting against Scotland in the twenty-first century, recording three victories and two draws.


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