November 2020: 10 matches to look out for in the international break

There are yet more exciting game s to look forward to as players switch their allegiance to their national teams in the last international break of the year.
After a frenetic start to the football season, both domestically and on the international stage, football seems to be finally hitting its stride and a level of normalcy is starting to set in. With several major international tournaments right around the corner, national team setups have been working overtime to get their teams ready for the international break in November 2020.
We at Khel Now bring you our list of the top 10 games to look forward to in the upcoming international break in November 2020.
1. Netherlands vs Spain – 12th November
The Oranje will take on the Spanish National side in a friendly competition over the course of the November 2020 international break with both sides being involved in heated races to qualify from their respective groups in the UEFA Nations League. Memphis Depay and company will use the friendly as an opportunity to get accustomed to new boss Frank De Boer after Ronald Koeman’s departure to FC Barcelona in the summer.
2. Colombia vs Uruguay – 14th November
Matchday three of the South American World cup qualifiers brings us another cracker of a game with Colombia taking on Uruguay. James Rodriguez’s return to form will be crucial to the Colombians who sit in the third place, three spots ahead of opponents, Uruguay. Both sides have had special moments in recent World Cups and will be looking to make their way back into the famous competition.
3. Chile vs Peru – 14th November
Two of the biggest South American footballing Nations go head to head in the third matchday of the world cup qualifiers. Sitting in seventh and eighth positions respectively, both Chile and Peru will be looking to get their international campaigns back on track if they are to qualify to the World Cup finals in Qatar.
4. Portugal vs France – 15th November
In a replay of the 2016 UEFA Euros finals, Portugal will take on France in the penultimate game week of the Nations League group stage in what is sure to be a cracker of an encounter. The sides played out a 0-0 draw during the last international break. However, a win for either side would be crucial to cementing their spot in the knockout stages of the tournament. It remains to be seen if Cristiano Ronaldo will be declared fit enough to play after having just recovered from Covid-19.
5. Germany vs Ukraine – 15th November
In-game week five of the Nations League group stages, Germany will take on Ukraine in group four of League A. Germany sit atop the group with Spain and Ukraine tied on points in second and third position respectively. The likes of Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, and Timo Werner, to name a few have made the German side one of the most attractive young sides on the international stage in recent months. However, a loss against Ukraine would make qualification through the group far from assured.

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