Milan Skriniar will be in the Slovakia starting line-up for tonight’s EURO 2020 qualifier at home to Wales according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
The 24-year-old central defender will be making his 24th appearance for the Slovakian national team, who could go top of Group E, dependent on other results, should they beat Wales.
Skriniar is now in his third year as an Inter player following his move from fellow Serie A side Sampdoria. He has went from strength to strength each year and he extended his contract with the club through to the end of the 2022/23 season back in May of this year.
He has played every minute of Inter’s nine games across all competitions so far this season and whilst he has yet to score or assist, he has helped the team to four clean sheets.
Probable Slovakia Starting XI (4-3-3): Martin Dubravka; Petr Pekarik, Martin Valjent, Milan Skriniar, David Hancko; Juraj Kucka, Stanislav Lobotka, Marek Hamsik; Albert Rusnak, Robert Bozenik, Robert Mak.
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