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Euro 2012 Qualifying Preview: Norway - Portugal

Posted Tuesday, September 07, 2010 by Goal.com

The Selecao will be desperate to bounce back in Group H... Flying High And Wild Norway commenced their Euro 2012 adventure with a 2-1 comeback win against Iceland away from home on Friday in their opening game of the qualifying campaign. It wasn't a very convincing victory for Egil Olsen's side but it was an important win nevertheless. Norway welcome a dysfunction Portugal at Oslo on Tuesday ...Full Story »

Euro 2012 Qualifying Campaign: Netherlands - Finland

Posted Tuesday, September 07, 2010 by Goal.com

The Dutch will be looking to win again in Group E... The Netherlands reached the final of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa and lost 1-0 to Spain in extra-time. However, the competition heralded a new winning mentality among the Dutch and now they are eager to carry on with the momentum. Striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored a brilliant hat-trick against San Marino on Friday to help his s...Full Story »

Euro 2012 Qualifying Preview: England - Bulgaria

Posted Friday, September 03, 2010 by Goal.com

Forget The World Cup Hangover It is time to put the pints of water and aspirin to one side and get ready for another night at Wembley, it is the start of the Euro 2012 qualification period for England’s lightweight side, with Bulgaria as their opponents. Last time out, Capello decided to take the bold step and name just 10 of that World Cup squad for the friendly game against Hungary, pr...Full Story »

Aitken back to face Pars

Posted Saturday, August 28, 2010 by PA

Stirling Albion midfielder Chris Aitken is back from a ban to face Dunfermline. Defender Ross Forsyth needs a fitness test and centre-back Brian Allison remains sidelined through injury. Albion will be looking to get their first three points of the season. Boss John O'Neill said: "We need to pick up points from our home games and this would be a great game to start in as we are not back here ...Full Story »

Watson faces late test for Lions

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Livingston will be looking to jump over Forfar in the league table with a win at the Braidwood Motor Company Stadium The Lions are hoping that defender Paul Watson passes a fitness test to be included in Gary Bollan's squad with Cameron MacDonald remaining out because of a facial injury. Bollan said, "We know Forfar really well after playing against them last season so we are prepared for a re...Full Story »

Raith Rovers v Morton: Weir lift for Rovers

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Raith Rovers striker Graham Weir is fully fit to face Morton. Weir has shaken off an illness bug leaving only the long-term casualty Mark Campbell on the sidelines. Kirkcaldy boss John McGlynn is looking for his side to head into the two-week international break having secured a sixth win in a row and still sitting at the summit of the First Division. Rovers saw off SPL Hamilton in the Co-ope...Full Story »

Queen of the South v Ross County : Kenny weighs up options

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Queen of the South boss Kenny Brannigan will have to make changes to his side when Ross County make the trip to Dumfries. Captain David Lilley is suspended and youngster Danny Carmichael is ruled out through injury. But Ryan McGuffie has shaken off his hamstring problem and can be included, while Brannigan hoping to bring in a loan player before kick-off. Brannigan said: "We have shown agains...Full Story »

Dundee v Falkirk : Forsyth plays his card wrong

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Dundee will be without midfielder Craig Forsyth when they host Falkirk. Forsyth is banned as a result of his red card at Brechin during the week. The Dark Blues will also be without the injured pair of Dominic Shimmin and Mickael Antoine-Curier, while recent signing Charlie Grant is a doubt because of a knock. The Dens Park side are out to end a run of four games without a win and manager Gor...Full Story »

Stenhousemuir v Airdrie: Selection headache for Coughlin

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Stenhousemuir manager John Coughlin has selection worries for the visit of Airdrie. Goalkeeper Chris McCluskey remains on the sidelines with an ankle problem, defender Scott Gibb is out with a groin strain and Simon Lynch is still not able to start his Stenhousemuir career. Youngster James McLennan and Grant Plenderleith have been added from the Ochilview youth programme to bolster the numbers...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath v Partick: Four out for Blue Brazil

Posted Friday, August 27, 2010 by PA

Cowdenbeath's defensive trio of Jon Robertson, Dene Droudge and Joe Mbu and midfielder Danny MacKay will miss the visit of Partick. But Dean Brett and Mark Baxter have both shaken off knocks and are expected to play. The Blue Brazil are looking to win at Central Park for the first time this season. Assistant manager Colin Cameron said: "We have been disappointed to lose both games at our plac...Full Story »

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