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World Cup 2018 tickets for England, Scotland and Ireland

LiveFootballTickets has great last-minute official tickets for World Cup 2018 qualifiers for England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales

There are exciting World Cup 2018 qualifying matches coming up! The extensive LiveFootballTickets.com online football ticket marketplace has the very best selection of official, guaranteed, legal, authentic football tickets available for World Cup 2018 Russia football fans worldwide! European World Cup qualifying continues as Italy and Spain compete for the lead in Group G, and Scotland host neighbors England in Group F at Hampden Park in Glasgow on June 10th. Then on June 11th Ireland host Austria at Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Scotland v England tickets and Ireland v Austria tickets are for sale now at LiveFootballTickets.

The nine group winners qualify to go on to the next round in Russia. Eight runners-up with the best record against the teams that finish first, third, fourth and fifth in their groups proceed to playoffs. Russia automatically qualifies as hosts. The Fifa Confederations of Africa, Oceania, South America, Concacaf (North, Central America, and the Caribbean) were also drawn. The stage is set for top-of-the-table encounters in Europe’s qualifying groups for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Spain faces Italy in Group G, and football’s oldest rivalry resumes between Scotland and England in Group F. Buy official World Cup 2018 tickets from LiveFootballTickets.com to cheer for your favorite team!

Group A

Netherlands, France, Sweden, Bulgaria, Belarus, Luxembourg
The big match in Group A is the top-of-the-table clash between Sweden and France. Although UEFA EURO 2016 finalists France are favored to top their section, however, their Scandinavian opponents will do their best to make things difficult in Solna. "It’s not a final; we still have plenty of games ahead of us," said France coach Didier Deschamps. "It’s important, but it matters even more to Sweden. Three points would be ideal." Bulgaria travel to face Belarus, who have not won a match in the group to date. The Netherlands host Luxembourg with a winless record to their credit. Both sides will be desperate for a win.

Group B

Portugal, Switzerland, Hungary, Faroe Islands, Latvia, Andorra 
Switzerland has not given up a single point and are expected to continue their winning streak against the Faroe Islands. European champions Portugal will play Latvia ahead of the FIFA Confederations Cup. A win for Hungary over bottom-placed Andorra would keep them up with the top two teams.

 

Group C

Germany, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Norway, Azerbaijan, San Marino
World champions Germany recently earned a 1-1 friendly draw in Denmark, and a home match against San Marino in Group C will provide the chance to iron make some changes and improvements. "We’ll show the coach that we deserve to be here," said attacking midfielder Julian Draxler. "We also need to deliver a strong display against San Marino for the fans." Norway need to defeat the Czech Republic at home to compete for second place in Group C. Azerbaijan and current group runners-up Northern Ireland are separated by only three points putting pressure on the Irish side to win their decisive encounter in Baku.

 

Group D

Wales, Austria, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Moldova, Georgia
The next round of matches in Group D may be decisive in determining the final standings. With 11 points apiece, Serbia and Republic of Ireland have opened up a four-point lead over Wales and Austria and may extend their leads significantly. The Irish will need to defeat Austria at home and Serbia will need to beat the Welsh side. Moldova and Georgia meet in Chisinau with both sides pursuing their first win of the campaign.

  

Group E

Romania, Denmark, Poland, Montenegro, Armenia, Kazakhstan
Poland may extend their six-point advantage over nearest rivals Montenegro and Denmark by defeating Romania. Armenia are level on points with Romania and will do their best to defeat host Montenegro. Denmark are favorites to win against bottom-of-the-table Kazakhstan.

 

Group F

England, Slovakia, Scotland, Slovenia, Lithuania, Malta
England have yet to concede a goal and will be confident after their No.1 goalie Joe Hart has kept clean sheets in each of their 5 matches to date. England intends to continue their run against arch-rivals Scotland. However, the Scots still have their intentions set on a World Cup spot – either first or second place. "Although I’m thinking about a win, we’ll still have a chance if we don’t lose," said Scotland’s manager Gordon Strachan. Current second-placed Slovakia must win in Lithuania. Slovenia host Malta who have yet to win a point.

Group G

Spain, Italy, Albania, Israel, FYR Macedonia, Liechtenstein
Group G boasts two previous World Cup winners, Italy and Spain, who are currently level on points at the top of their group table, as the titan teams push a spot in Russia. The Italians host Liechtenstein, and Spain travel to FYR Macedonia. If Israel win at home against Albania, they could win second place away from one of the former world champions.

Group H

Belgium, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Greece, Estonia, Cyprus
Undefeated to date in Group H, Belgium and Greece are on top of Group H with 13 and 11 points respectively. Preserving their unbeaten record will certainly be a tough battle for the Greeks in Bosnia and Herzegovina who have 10 points, The Belgians travel to Estonia. The Red Devils have defensive superstar Vincent Kompany back in their ranks after he was out for nearly 18 months from international duty. Cyprus will be keen to defeat Gibraltar again after winning the first leg fixture 3-1.

Group I

Croatia, Iceland, Ukraine, Turkey, Finland
Group I first place Iceland faces second place team Croatia. The fiesty Croatians travel north hoping to win three more points. "We still have enough time to make the right selections after our upcoming training sessions," said Croatia coach Ante Cacic. Ukraine and Turkey have eight points apiece as they travel to battle winless sides Finland and Kosovo respectively.

World Cup 2018 Qualifiers Tickets

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