“We respect Israel, it is a dangerous team”

World Cup Qualifiers, Europe 20-21

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Steve Clark (Radad Jabara)

Steve Clark (Radad Jabara)

For the sixth time in the last two and a half years, Scotland and Israel will meet tomorrow (Sunday, 21:45), when the Scots arrive at Bloomfield Stadium as part of the 2nd round of the 2020 World Cup qualifiers, and today Scotland coach Steve Clark hosted the press conference ahead of the match

“We have to get to Israel, it’s a difficult game. It’s too early to talk about our campaign results. It will be a game similar to previous meetings between the teams. We respect Israel, do not value it enough but it is a dangerous team, especially in the front said Clark.

“In the last game in November, we conceded the first goal and that changes your style of play, but if we create enough situations and put pressure on Israel, I believe we will be able to score goals. We have experienced players at the international level, and you gain experience at this level. “

“My job as a coach is to choose the right players for the right game and the right lineup. “As I said, this is a staff with experience at the international level, and we need to achieve the best results in the key games.”

Israel’s ability against Denmark: “It was a good game. “Israel has a good team, we appreciate it and we have lost to it in the past and we need to make sure that this time the result will be better for us.”

The goalkeeper David Marshall He added: “We are convinced we can take points. They lost the first game so they will want to win no less than us, but we come with confidence. There will be no surprises on either side and the two teams know each other. “