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PREVIEW SOCCER 10 POOL OF THE WEEK

Mon 18 Nov by Mark Gleeson

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M1 Mauritania v Central African Republic: Mauritania failed to win on their maiden Africa Cup of Nations finals appearance in Egypt in mid-year, but have kept faith with coach Corentin Martins. CAR have never qualified for the finals.

M2 Zambia v Zimbabwe: The last two meetings between these two countries were in the last two Cosafa Cup finals with Zimbabwe winning 4-2 in extra time in 2018 and Zambia on post-match penalties this year.

M3 Equatorial Guinea v Tunisia: The last meeting between these two countries was a tempestuous Cup of Nations quarter-final in 2015, when Equatorial Guinea won 2-1 after extra-time and Tunisia tried to attack the referee!

M4 Libya v Tanzania: This is the third time these countries meet with Libya having won away in a friendly in 2015 and the other clash two years later ending in a draw.

M5 Germany v Northern Ireland: Germany won 2-0 in Belfast in September and have won their last eight games against Northern Ireland, whose previous victory against the Germans was in 1983.

M6 Latvia v Austria: Latvia lost 6-0 in Salzburg in September and have only one past win against Austria with one draw and six defeats. Latvia have not scored in their last five home games.

M7 North Macedonia v Israel: Israel have won all three previous meetings away in Skopje, but in this group were held 1-1 in Beer Sheva in September by the Macedonians. Israel have lost their last three Group G away games.

M8 Poland v Slovenia: Poland lost 2-0 in Ljubljana in September and have not won in their last three games against Slovenia. The Poles qualified for the Euro 2020 finals last month.

M9 Scotland v Kazakhstan: The Scots suffered a surprise 3-0 loss to Kazakhstan in March, which saw manager Alex McLeish fired. That was the teams' first meeting. Since, both sides have fallen out of contention in Group I.

M10 Wales v Hungary: Wales must win this to qualify for Euro 2020. Their overall record against the Hungarians is five wins, two draws and four losses. Wales are unbeaten in their last five home games.