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2:45 p.m: England v. Scotland
2:45 p.m: France v. Sweden
2:45 p.m: Romania v. Poland
2:45 p.m: Czech Republic v. Norway
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS
England: Wayne Rooney, Jordan Henderson
Scotland: Matt Ritchie, Robert Snograss
France: Dimitri Payet
Sweden: Jimmy Durmaz
Romania: Nicolai Stanciu
Poland: Jakub Blaszczykowski, Kamil Grosicki
Czech Republic: Borek Dockal, Ladislav Krejci
Norway: Per Skjelbred
Tomas Vaclik, CZE v. NOR: The Czechs are the lowest home favorite, though that's nothing to sneeze at given France and England both have fairly big mismatches. And while Poland's Lukasz Fabianski is a fine play given Poland is expected to beat Romania, he is on the road, which some people prefer to avoid. Vaclik did have a tough outing against Germany two starts (for his country) ago, but Norway shouldn't present nearly as big of a challenge.
Pavel Kaderabek, CZE v. NOR: Kaderabek is expected to get the start at right-back, though Theodor Gebre Selassie is also a possibility and is worthy of selection too. Kaderabek struggled in his last WCQ start against Germany, though like Vaclik, that's nothing to be too worried about now against Norway, who have already lost to Belarus and Azerbaijan on the road. He's unlikely to put in a ton of crosses, but he's also not afraid to shoot.
Djibril Sidibe, FRA v. SWE: Sidibe gets involved in the attack much more for his club team, AS Monaco, than he does for the national