England vs Kosovo for the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers match on Tuesday at St Mary’s Stadium.
The England team are entering this sixth round of qualifying for the forthcoming UEFA European Championship, which will take place next year in various cities across Europe.
Having a totally immaculate course so far, as the British side continues with 9 points out of 9 possible, having won all three matches so far, they also have an offensive and defensive record of being underlined with 14 goals scored and 1 goal conceded.
So if Gareth Southgate’s team also wins this match, it will take a massive step towards next year’s competition by having 4 points ahead of the most direct pursuers.
Already the Kosovo team, which will play the theoretically hardest match of this qualifying journey to the 2020 UEFA European Championship.
This match comes with a performance that I would say is very relevant and remarkable so far, especially considering that the team is very recent in these international games, due to internal problems in the country, but still presenting with excellent results, which put the Kosovars in the 2nd position of this group A, with 8 points added, not being far from sealing their presence in the European tournament.
Given what has been a very positive campaign on the part of both the English and the Kosovo teams so far in this group, I foresee that there will be a match here marked by balance and significant technical and tactical quality on both sides.
I understand that this may very well delay the emergence of goals, with the game “waiting” for the players to lower their physical indexes to encourage defensive errors and therefore goals.