This starting XI played against Scotland.

This starting XI played against Scotland.

Our team is challenged against Scotland tonight (from 8.45 pm). A win is a must for Alaba & Co after an embarrassing performance!

With a 2-5 loss in Haifa, our team’s focus is on again. And today is the compensation mission. David Alaba & Co., hitting the Scots at Happel Stadium, looks to take a big step toward second place with a win – which will secure a ticket to the World Cup play-offs in March. “Unfortunately Denmark is out of reach now. The goal is still to take second place and go to the World Cup,” said goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.

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One thing is clear: to get three points in front of nearly 15,000 fans today, a significant increase in performance is necessary – both offensively and defensively. While several top chances against Israel were obscured, every shot hit a goal in the back. “We had a lot of scoring opportunities to take the lead. But we made a lot of mistakes and were countered, thus losing. The opponent was very skilled in front of the goal, we had a lot of chances,” Foda said of the second. Said after: 5.

With this starting line-up, a win against the Scots should be working:

Franco Foda makes FB-Elf in three positions. Christopher Trimmel joined the team instead of Philipp Mwene, Stefan Illsanker replaced Stefan Pausch and Alessandro Schöf returned to the team instead of Louis Schaub.

Positioning Austria

Bachmann – Ilsunker, Dragovi, Hinteregger – Trimmel, Laimer, Grylitsch, Alaba – Schaub, Baumgartner – Arnautovi

lineup scotland

Gordon; Hendry, Hanley, Tierney; O’Donnell, Gilmour, McGregor, Robertson; McGinn; adams, dykes

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