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Scotland travel to Trnava on Tuesday evening to play Slovakia looking to keep their Group F qualification hopes alive. Scotland boss Gordon Strachan was happy with most of the 5-1 win in Malta in their Group F opener and the second half of the 1-1 draw against Lithuania at Saturday, which required an 89th-minute leveller from substitute James McArthur. Highlights of Scotland’s 1-1 draw with Lithuania from Group F of the World Cup Qualifiers. However, with their qualification hopes in the balance, Strachan has called on his team to put a high-class performance together for the full 90 minutes. The former Celtic manager said: So far, of the two games, three quarters has been good.In the Malta game, apart from a couple of minutes in the game, it was good, professional, I liked it. The second half the other day, a lot of crosses, chances, excitement, we got that. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. So three quarters have been good so we have to take it into 90 minutes tomorrow.Slovakia suffered their second defeat of the World Cup qualifying campaign on Saturday against Slovenia.That 1-0 defeat means the hosts must beat Scotland to stand any chances of qualifying for the tournament in Russia in 2018. West Brom midfielder Darren Fletcher says he is still in with a chance of playing in Scotlands World Cup qualifier in Slovakia after suffering a dead leg. Team newsStrachan confirmed he will make changes for the game in Trnava against the groups second seeds while captain Darren Fletcher will have a fitness test on a thigh injury. Opta statsThis will be the first ever meeting between Slovakia and Scotland on the international stage.Scotland have lost just two of their last 11 qualifying games (W5 D4).Slovakia have failed to score in their last four internationals, with their last goal coming in the European Championships against Russia. Former Scotland international Paul Lambert and Steve Sidwell discuss Scotlands weekend World Cup qualifying performance on Sky Sports Now. Steven Fletcher has scored four and assisted one more in his last two away competitive matches for Scotland.Robert Snodgrass has netted four goals in his six previous away games for Scotland, although three of those came in his last away appearance vs Malta.Charlie Nicholas predictionIm a critical Scotland fan but we were awful on Saturday. I felt it was a must win at home to Lithuania, who shouldve beaten us, and now it really is.Were not good enough defensively and were not good enough on the ball. Strachan tried changing too much on Saturday. Oliver Burke is a talent but hes not consistent enough to rely on yet. We take a look at Scotlands striking options as they head to Slovakia for their World Cup Group F qualifier on Tuesday night. Sadly I dont feel good about my team at all. We didnt create many chances and I can see Martin Skrtel doing the damage from a set-piece.Charlie predicts: 1-0 and Skrtel to score first (70/1 with Sky Bet)BettingIts hard to separate these two teams in the betting with the draw just a 21/10 chance and Scotland available at 5/2 to pick up what would be a crucial away win. Slovakia can be backed at 6/5. Robert Snodgrass is a 10/1 shot to score first Robert Snodgrass is Scotlands top scorer in qualification and hes part of the Sky Bet price boost that has seen his odds boosted from 15/2 to 10/1. Skrtel looks a good shout to score by Charlie Nicholas and his odds of 8/1 look likely to generate some interest. You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Paul George Shoes Free Shipping . LUCIE, Fla. Paul George Shoes Deals .I dont think it comes to mind in this business, in this game, the Philadelphia Flyers forward said. You dont try to lose games. https://www.cheappaulgeorgeshoes.com/. Vonn punctuated her near-perfect season in perfect fashion Friday, earning her fourth overall World Cup title with a dominating giant slalom victory. Wholesale Paul George Shoes . Howard hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night. Cheap Paul George Shoes .com) - Eric Fehr and Marcus Johansson each registered a pair of goals, as Washington spoiled the head coaching debut of Peter Horachek by picking up a 6-2 victory in Toronto on Wednesday.GLASGOW -- Audrey Lacroix wasnt sure she would ever swim competitively again, let alone experience a moment like the one she had Monday night. The Canadian butterfly specialist won gold in the womens 200-metre final at the Commonwealth Games to complete a remarkable comeback after being diagnosed with a career-threatening anxiety disorder in 2011. Lacroix was having a difficult time in the leadup to the London Olympics and found herself constantly on edge as the pressure to make the team mounted following a string of poor results. The Pont-Rouge, Que., native eventually sought help, and it started her on a path to the top of the podium at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre. "When I was diagnosed with anxiety, I wasnt sure if I could ever go in the (starting) blocks again," said the 30-year-old Lacroix. "I took it step by step. I did one race and then I made the Olympic team. "Now to be able to race some of the fastest girls in the world and win is just so incredible. I know how hard it was to get back to this level so now I appreciate it even more." Lacroix said she seriously contemplated quitting the sport in her darkest moments, but decided to continue after lengthy discussions with coaches, officials and team doctors. "The main goal was for me to be healthy and swimming at that level, its not for everybody, and you need to be healthy to do it," said the two-time Olympian. "Everybody was fine with whichever decision I took." Lacroix touched the wall first in a time of two minutes 7.61 seconds on Monday, but initially wasnt sure if she had done enough to get her first gold at the Commonwealth Games. "I was really confused. For some reason I couldnt see the board -- I couldnt see my name or my time," she said. "I turned and I saw that there was one light on my block, so that my meant I won. I also had the TV camera in my face so that was a pretty good cue." Aimee Willmott of England was second in 2:08.07, while Australias Maddie Groves captured bronze in 2:08.44. Katerine Savard -- who won the 100-metre butterfly earlier in the competition -- led for the first 100 metres, but the Pont-Rouge native faded late and finished eight. Lacroix won bronze in the 100-metre butterfly at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and took home a silver in the 200-metre event four years ago. She was fifth halfway through Mondays race and third with 50 metres to go before kicking things into another gear to bring home Canadas third gold medal in the pool. "I expected a tight race and it was," said Lacroix. "Its just an amazing feeling. I really wanted gold. I already have bronze and a silver in the Commonwealth Games so its a very special thing to get the gold tonight."; Lacroixs victory was Canadas second podium finish of the night after Brittany MacLean won bronze in the womens 800-metre freestyle.dddddddddddd The 20-year-old from Toronto smashed the Canadian record in the event with a time of 8:20.91 for her second medal at the Games following a silver in the 4x200-metre freestyle relay. "I was just really looking towards to getting a medal," said MacLean, who lowered her own national mark by exactly four seconds. "I had so much fun getting the silver the other night with the relay team, but I really wanted to do one individually. "I knew I was capable of a really good swim. Ive been working hard all year. I just wanted to put it together when it mattered." Jazz Carlin of Wales won the gold in 8:18.11 to set a Commonwealth Games record, while New Zealands Lauren Boyle was second in 8:20.59. MacLean, who finished fifth in Thursdays 200-metre freestyle and will race in the 400-metre freestyle on Tuesday, said chopping the Canadian record by such a wide margin didnt come as a complete shock. "I wouldnt have told you that I was necessarily going to go that fast but knew that it was possible," she said. "You have to believe in yourself just as strongly as you believe in your training and believe in everything youve done. I went in here with the mindset that I was capable of racing those girls and I think I put up a good fight. Ill take bronze, definitely." Swimming is a young persons sport as many of the competitors in Glasgow have shown, but Lacroix seems to be getting better with age now that shes healthy. "I cannot control what the other girls are doing," she said. "All I can do is control me and I think I can be faster than when I was younger. I think I gave those girls a pretty good race tonight." Notes: Prince William and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, were in attendance along with Williams brother Harry, but the trio left partway through the event. ... In other finals involving Canadians, Calgarys Russell Wood finished seventh in the mens 200-metre backstroke; Tera van Beilen of Oakville, Ont., finished sixth in the womens 100-metre breaststroke, one spot ahead of Kierra Smith of Kelowna, B.C.; Edmontons Richard Funk finished eighth in the mens 50-metre breaststroke; Victoria Poon and Sandrine Mainville tied for sixth in the womens 100-metre freestyle, while fellow Montrealer Alyson Ackman wound up eighth. ... Meanwhile, Ryan Cochrane will look to complete his double-gold repeat on Tuesday. The Victoria native -- who already won the mens 400-metre freestyle here -- qualified first for the 1,500-metre freestyle final. ... Calgarys Brooklynn Snodgrass qualified for Tuesdays final of the womens 50-metre backstroke. ' ' '

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