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International Matches Scheduled for 6 September 2011

The international break is set to conclude this week, but there are still many fixtures to be played. The bulk of these fixtures are scheduled for 6 September. Amongst these games are 2012 European Championship qualifiers, 2014 World Cup qualifiers (AFC and CONCACAF), and international friendlies. With 52 international matches scheduled for Tuesday, you need a place to check on all the fixtures taking place. For this reason, I have decided to provide the schedules for all of Tuesday’s international matches here on SoccerNews editorials.

But before I overwhelm you with the 52 fixtures, let’s take a look at the most intriguing games scheduled for Tuesday, 6 September.

Belgium v. United States

Jurgen Klinsmann will be keen on getting his first as the manager of the United States Men’s National Team (USMNT), but he will have to do so without the services of Landon Donovan. Nonetheless, the U.S. will have Clint Dempsey at their disposal, who is arguably the Stars and Stripes most accomplished player. This should be a highly competitive match, with a draw being a fair result for both sides.

Qatar v. Iran

This match is extremely important for both teams chances of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But this game has implications for the 2022 World Cup. Qatar is set to host the competition in 2022, making Tuesday’s match in Doha an important day for the country and FIFA. If the game is a success, it will ease many doubters who feel that Qatar is not qualified to host the world’s biggest international competition.

England v. Wales

England v. Wales is more than a game, it’s a rivalry. The Three Lions are coming off a very impressive game against Bulgaria which saw them win 3-0 in Sofia. But Wales are coming off a very good game of their own, defeating Montenegro 2-1. England will be looking to edge closer to a place in the 2012 European Championships after failing to qualify for the competition four years ago. Surely they won’t miss out this time around.

International Friendly

ArgentinavNigeria
Czech RepublicvUkraine
EcuadorvCosta Rica
VenezuelavGuinea
HondurasvParaguay
BelgiumvUnited States
PolandvGermany

World Cup Qualifying – AFC

Group A
SingaporevIraq
JordanvChina
Group B
LebanonvUnited Arab Emirates
KuwaitvSouth Korea
Group C
North KoreavTajikistan
UzbekistanvJapan
Group D
ThailandvOman
Saudi ArabiavAustralia
Group E
IndonesiavBahrain
QatarvIran

World Cup Qualifying – CONCACAF

Group A
Dominican RepublicvSuriname
Cayman IslandsvEl Salvador
Group B
BarbadosvTrinidad & Tobago
GuyanavBermuda
Group C
NicaraguavPanama
Group D
St. LuciavSt. Kitts and Nevis
Puerto RicovCanada
Group E
St. Vincent and GrenadinesvGrenada
BelizevGuatemala
Group F
US Virgin IslandsvAntigua and Barbuda
CuracaovHaiti

European Championship Qualifying

Group A
AzerbaijanvKazakhstan
AustriavTurkey
Group B
RussiavIreland
MacedoniavAndorra
SlovakiavArmenia
Group C
EstoniavNorthern Ireland
SerbiavFaroe Islands
ItalyvSlovenia
Group D
Bosnia-HerzegovinavBelarus
LuxembourgvAlbania
RomaniavFrance
Group E
FinlandvNetherlands
MoldovavHungary
San MarinovSweden
Group F
CroatiavIsrael
LatviavGreece
MaltavGeorgia
Group G
SwitzerlandvBulgaria
EnglandvWales
Group H
DenmarkvNorway
IcelandvCyprus
Group I
ScotlandvLithuania
SpainvLiechtenstein
Mon 5 September, 2011
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