Fabian Schär makes it into Switzerland’s final list

26/08/2017 12:08

Fabian Schär has made it into Switzerland’s final list for their match against Andorra on Thursday 31 August at 8:45 pm in St. Gallen, and against Latvia on Sunday 3 September at 9:45 pm in Riga.

The central defender will have to join his national side’s camp on Monday 28 August, right after Dépor’s match in Ciutat de València against Levante, on Saturday 26 August at 8:15 pm (Bein LaLiga).

Tytoń called to play for Poland

Deportivista keeper, Tyton has been called to play for Poland’s matches against Denmark on Friday 1 September in Copenhagen, and against Kazakhstan on Monday 4 September in Warsaw.

Both matches, in which the Branquiazul keeper will participate, are to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup.

USA and Mexico are Celso Borges’ next rivals

Celso Borges and Costa Rica will have two complicated rivals this month and in September, to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup.

Thus, on Friday 1 September, Costa Rica will play USA at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison (New Jersey, 6:55 pm, local time).

On Tuesday 5 September, they will face Mexico (Estadio Nacional de San José, 8:05 pm, local time), one of the favourites to qualify for the World Cup.

The Deportivista midfielder will travel to his country tomorrow to join his national side.

Florin Andone will face Armenia and Montenegro with Romania

The Romanian Football Federation has informed RC Deportivo that they are counting on Florin Andone for two official matches, to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup.

Thus, Romania will face Armenia on Friday 1 September, in Bucharest, and on Monday 4 September, they will visit Montenegro in Podgorica.

Andone will have to join his national side tomorrow.

Uruguay call Fede Valverde for two qualifying matches for the World Cup

The Uruguayan Football Federation have called Fede Valverde for their next encounters to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup, in which La Celeste have to face Argentina and Paraguay at the end of August and beginning of September.

This is the first time the national side call the young Branquiazul midfielder, who was awarded the Silver Ball in 2017 U20 World Cup, in which Uruguay reached the semi-finals.

Uruguay will face Argentina in Montevideo on 31 August (8 pm local time), and will visit Paraguay on 5 September (8 pm local time).

La Celeste currently occupies the third position in South America’s qualifying stage. The first four will go straight to compete in Russia, whilst the fifth will have to play against Oceania’s champion, and the winner of this game will also play in the World Cup.