Portugal vs Israel Friendly International LIVE Football Score 09/06/2021
Portugal is going head to head with Israel starting on 9 Jun 2021 at 18:45 UTC . The match is a part of the Int. Friendly Games.
Portugal played against Israel in 1 matches this season.
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Sri Lanka and South Korea face off on Wednesday in World Cup Qualifying action, with the two sides having had contrasting starts to the campaign.
South Korea currently sit at the summit of the group, while their opponents are yet to collect a point from their qualifying games.
The long-awaited UEFA Euro 2020 is nearly upon us, with the month-long extravaganza kicking off later this week. Defending champions Portugal will be the last of the teams to bring an end to their preparations when they play hosts to Israel at Estadio Jose Alvalade on Wednesday night.
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Portugal have been enjoying their best spell ever in international football over the past half-a-decade after having won the European Championships in 2016 before going all the way in the inaugural edition of the UEFA Nations League. In recent times though, they have not been at their rampaging best, winning only three of their last six games and only narrowly so.