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Friday evening opens with an early kick-off pitting Finland against Slovenia, followed by a group of 11 20:45 matches, which features heavyweights such as England, France and Denmark. The Three Lions will head to Ta’Qali National Stadium to face Malta in a Group C clash, with Gareth Southgate’s charges chasing a third straight win.
“That is the big challenge we have got. To go to a World Cup, everyone wanted to be there and the fight for places was immense, the hunger was there and it was clear. Now you have to start again,” said the England boss. “I know exactly where our most senior players are with that challenge: they are ready. The [Jordan] Hendersons, the [Harry] Kanes, they set the tone for that sort of mentality that is going to be needed.”
Les Bleus will travel to Estadio Algarve for a clash with Gibraltar, with coach Didier Deschamps admitting regret that he will not be able to call on veteran defender Raphael Varane, who announced his international retirement earlier this year.
“I try to put myself in his [Varane] shoes,” Deschamps said. “He is sufficiently thoughtful, composed, and he does not make a decision like that overnight. It is not something I'm happy about, but it's everyone's situation that you can make a decision like that. I respect it.
“There are demands in very high-level football and it all depends on the age at which you start. The demands lead to fatigue, physical or psychological. Each player has a path that can be different, some continue until they are 40, for others it can be more complicated.”
The Danish Dynamite made a stuttering start to their Group H campaign and will be determined to claim a win over Northern Ireland at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
“We know that if we play our very best, we have a chance of getting a good result, and that's what we're aiming for. To be able to do that, we have to take a big step forward in the quality from the first matches,” said Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand.
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UEFA Euro 2024 qualification broadcast details
All times CAT
Friday 16 June
18:00: Finland v Slovenia – LIVE on SuperSport Premier League
20:45: Malta v England – LIVE on SuperSport Premier League and SuperSport Maximo 2
20:45: North Macedonia v Ukraine – LIVE on SuperSport Action
20:45: Greece v Republic of Ireland – LIVE on SuperSport PSL
20:45: Gibraltar v France – LIVE on SuperSport Football, SuperSport Maximo 360 and SuperSport GOtv Football
20:45: Wales v Armenia – LIVE on SuperSport La Liga, SuperSport Maximo 3 and SuperSport GOtv La Liga
20:45: Denmark v Northern Ireland – LIVE on SuperSport Variety 2
20:45: Latvia v Turkey – LIVE on SuperSport Variety 4 and SuperSport GOtv Select 2
20:45: San Marino v Kazakhstan – LIVE on SuperSport OTT8
20:45: Andorra v Switzerland – LIVE on SuperSport Variety 3 and SuperSport GOtv Select 1
20:45: Belarus v Israel – LIVE on SuperSport OTT6
20:45: Kosovo v Romania – LIVE on SuperSport OTT7