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Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad for September fixtures

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad

Croatian National Team coach Zlatko Dalić announced his squad  for Nations League matches in the month of September. Tthe Croatian national football team have to play their remaining two matches in the Nations League group stages in September. They will play against Denmark at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb on September 22 and then against Austria at Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna on September 25. A few number of new faces have been included in the squad for Nations League fixtures. These new faces include defenders Martin Erlić from Spezia and Josip Šutalo from Dinamo Zagreb, as well as Boavista striker Petar Musa. Rijeka goalkeeper Nediljko Labrović has earned his first call to the national team. The notable omission in this squad is of veteran defender Dejan Lovren. The finalists of World Cup 2018 will play against Denmark and Austria in September 2022 international break. Let’s take a look at Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad.

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Squad

Goalkeepers: Dominik Livaković, Lovre Kalinić, Ivica Ivušić

Defenders: Domagoj Vida, Dejan Lovren, Borna Barišić, Josip Juranović, Joško Gvardiol, Borna Sosa, Josip Stanišić, Martin Erlić, Josip Šutalo

Midfielders: Luka Modrić, Mateo Kovačić, Marcelo Brozović, Mario Pašalić, Nikola Vlašić, Lovro Majer, Luka Sučić

Strikers: Ivan Perišić, Andrej Kramarić, Bruno Petković, Mislav Oršić, Ante Budimir, Marko Livaja

On-call: Josip Brekalo, Duje Ćaleta-Car, Luka Ivanušec, Marin Pongračić, Kristijan Jakić, Antonio Mirko Čolak, Nediljko Labrović

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Group

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Group

Croatia have been placed in Group A1 for the 2022/23 Nations League alongside France, Denmark and Austria,

Croatia UEFA Nations League 2022 Schedule

In their first game of UEFA Nations League 2022, Croatia will host Austria in Osijek on 3 June. The second game is against World Cup 2018 winners France in Split on 6 June). The third game is an away fixture for which they will visit Denmark in  Copenhagen on 10 June. The final game of June will be against France at St Denis on 13 June.

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