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Xabier Etxeita and Mikel San Jose cheap fifa 16 coins respectively.When Uzbek referee Ravshan Irmatov whistles for the start of play between Syria and Japan on Thursday 8 October, the teams’ fourth matches in Group E of Asian Zone qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, Syrian supporters will no doubt recall the last contest between the two countries' senior sides, at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup.In the encounter at the Qatar Sports Club Stadium in the Qatari capital Doha, the Japanese needed a penalty eight minutes from time to secure a win which kick-started their journey towards a fourth Asian title success.

Yet the Syrians’ strong performance had certainly put their heavyweight opponents on the ropes, as midfielder Abdelrazaq Al Hussain, part of that side, recalled in an exclusive interview with FIFA."I really feel sad when I remember that game, because we were very close to victory," Al Hussain said. "The score was 1-1 and the Japanese goalkeeper had been sent off. Even so, we still ended up losing after the referee gave a penalty against us late in the game, from which Japan went 2-1 ahead."It may have been over four years ago, but the 29-year old midfield man believes Syria’s performance in that 2011 match could spur him and his team-mates on to achieving a positive result in Thursday's game, and thus stay atop Group E.

"Although we lost that game, our performance then will be an incentive for us in the uping game,” he said. “Japan were on top form and ended up winning the Asian title. We always talk about that game with the younger players, telling them that we peted with them as equals and that, with this new generation, we can achieve good results too."Staying tight at the back.Results have indeed been good in Russia 2018 qualifying so far, the team winning their first three fifa 16 ultimate team coins group games and scoring 13 goals, to none conceded, in the

 

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However, McGhee insists Scotland have buy fifa coins not singled him out for special treatment in the crunch clash at Hampden. "We have total respect for him, a fantastic player," he said."We feel we have to match them in every area. Lewandowski is the guy they hope will get goals for them so we have to pay him attention. But we have players in form as well, players who scored at the weekend."McGhee pointed to the fact that Scotland strikers Leigh Griffiths, Steven Fletcher, Chris Martin and Jordan Rhodes all scored for their respective clubs last weekend as reasons to be positive.

"I watched the games and saw Martin, Fletcher, Griffiths scoring goals and that's encouraging because we know that's going to bring them here full of confidence," he added."Poland are dangerous, they will feel they can score, but I don't think we intend to do anything different than we've done until now. We'll still be very difficult to beat. If they're going to do better than us they're going to have to do well."Scotland manager Gordon Strachan will be without Kevin McDonald and Charlie Mulgrew for the fixture through injury while James Morrison is suspended.Tough contest awaits.Meanwhile, Lewandowski says he fears Scotland will aim to kick him off the park at Hampden.

The Bayern Munich hitman, whose side then face Ireland in their final fixture on 11 October, was subject to some fearsome challenges in the reverse fixture in Warsaw last year and expects more of the same treatment on Thursday."I expect the Scots will play very aggressively and not necessarily in accordance with the rules either," Lewandowski, whose side drew 2-2 with Scotland in Warsaw, said. "We have to give as good as we get. We cannot be frightened of them. We are playing away, but it is important we keep hold of the ball and win possession."If we can play well defensively, we will win. The last thing we want is having to play our final game against Republic fifa ultimate team coins of Ireland with a knife to our throat."