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If you’re struggling for Football to watch Today

The grip of the International Break still looms large and before we reach the Easter Holiday there are 9 European based National Friendlies taking place Tonight

They are as follows:

Malta vs Moldova

Estonia vs Norway

Greece vs Montenegro

Turkey vs Sweden

Denmark vs Iceland

Ukraine vs Cyprus

Czech Rep vs Scotland

Italy vs Spain

Wales vs Northern Ireland

It must be said a better offering than last night with the bottom three matches being of a definite interest. Scotland will be preparing for staying at home this Summer with a trip to the Czech Republic. Italy vs Spain is always a decent encounter while a Gareth Bale less Wales are at home to fellow home nation and EURO 2016 Qualifier Northern Ireland.

Turkey vs Sweden is another interesting encounter as both sides will be using this friendly as preparations for their own EURO 2016 campaigns, while Iceland will be looking to get some Scandinavian supreriority over Denmark. Not forgetting it’s Iceland travelling this Summer while the Danes stay at home.

For UK viewers Scotland’s trip to the Czech Republic can be found on Premier Sports while Wales vs Northern Ireland can be found on BBC TWO NI. If you’re feeling more exotic then I’m sure it will be particularly easy to find a stream to any of the above games. If you are a user of the RUYA service (of which you can find more about here http://realfootballman.com/2016/03/22/sponsored-post-ruya-iptv-service-brings-the-world-of-entertainment-to-you/ then I’m sure those games will be widely available

Tomorrow sees a near full Football League campaign while there also South American  World Cup Qualifiers in the early hours of Friday Night/Saturday Morning. So some semblance of competitive Football is around the corner and that from writing a blog point of view I must say I am incredibly grateful.

I’ll bring you the goal clips of these friendlies tomorrow and more importantly have a great Easter break.

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