The 2022 World Cup is quickly approaching, with just a few days left till the tournament kicks off in Qatar, in what will be the first winter edition of the competition. While many players in the Scottish top league will be looking to use the World Cup break to rest and train, others will be gearing up to represent their nations on the grandest platform in football.
Scotland’s national team was unable to qualify for the World Cup, so the supporters will have to settle for watching this month’s competition in Qatar from their homes. While they are enjoying the entertainment provided by the World Cup, they can also place wagers on the games played. This can be done with the free signup bonus offered by reliable betting sites, among other incentives. A handful of players from the Scottish Premier League have been called up to represent their nations and will go to Qatar for the competition. Below are a few of them:
Since he made his first international appearance in 2012, Aaron Mooy has played for the Australian football team. He has played in more than fifty appearances for his nation in the last ten years.
The purpose of Mooy’s presence on the Australian team is to help the team create scoring opportunities. There is no doubt that Mooy will be an integral member of the team after starting recent crucial games for Australia in World Cup qualifying.
It delighted Celtic supporters when Cameron Carter-Vickers made the switch from Tottenham this summer. He appears to possess all the qualities that might make him a crucial defender for the team for many years to come, even at the young age of 24. In Qatar, he will play a significant defensive role for the United States national team. There are currently no indications that he will lose his place in the starting lineup because he has been important for the squad in recent times.
After moving from the Polish club Legia Warsaw last year, Juranovic won over the Celtic fans’ trust. He has strong technical skills and exudes confidence, which have helped him establish himself as a valuable team player. He was subsequently called up to join the Croatian squad due to his right-back abilities. Juranovic made his international debut in 2017, and although it took him some time to establish himself, he has firmly established his position.
Behich moved from the Turkish League to join Dundee United after the 2021/22, after gaining a wealth of experience in other leagues. Since he made his international debut for the Australian national team in 2012, he has played 52 games for his nation so far. For the 2022 World Cup, he will make more appearances as a left back and left winger for Australia.