Scotland Vs England Live Stream | 10 June 2017 | FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Group F leaders England will continue their World Cup 2018 qualifiers campaign against Scotland. Watch live streaming of this qualifier game as here we providing you link where live stream of the game is available. The Britishers are the only undefeated team in this group of Europe. They also have four points lead against over second place Slovakia. Let’s see how far they can go.
Scotland Vs England: How to watch Live Stream of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers?
- Competition: 2018 World Cup European Qualifiers
- Date: 10 June 2017
- Time: 4:00 pm [GMT]
- Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow
- Live stream: fuboTV
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England Vs Scotland European Qualifiers Match Preview
Current form in all competitions
With four wins and a draw so far in World Cup qualifiers campaign, England are four points ahead of Slovakia who are currently at second place. The Lions are yet to conceded first goal of the qualification process as they’ve not conceded any goal so far.
Because of injury, Nathaniel Clyne has been ruled out of the squad. Tottenham Hotspurs’ Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier are the favorites to replace the injured player against rivals Scotland.
Despite having pretty good record in qualifiers, England team are lacking little bit of consistency. They were great against Germany in a farewell match of Lucas Podolski, but the only goal from the German made the difference. England won three out of last five games played in all competitions including friendlies.
In the first leg of World Cup 2018 qualifiers, England dominated Scotland with three goals without conceding. The game was played at Wembley Stadium where Sturridge, Lallana and Cahill scored each goal for their national side.
Possible Line-ups of Scotland and Germany
Scotland: Gordon; Tierney, Martin, Mulgrew, Robertson; McArthur, Brown; Forrest, Armstrong, Snodgrass; Griffiths.
England: Hart; Walker, Cahill, Stones, Bertrand; Lallana, Dier, Dele; Lingard, Kane, Sterling.