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Head-To-Head: Latvia

  Latvijas Futbola federācija Founded: 1921/1990 Home Venue: Skonto Stadium Main Colours: Dark red and white Confederation: UEFA (Europe) Website: lff.lv Latvia / Latvijas (LVA) Kit Played 7 Won 5 Drew 0 Lost 2 Win Ratio 71% Result Ratio 71% Northern Ireland's Overall Record Against Latvia Type P W D L F A GD CS Win % Pts % W/L Home 4 3 0 1 5 2 3 3 75.0 75.0 2 Away 3 2 0 1 3 2 1 1 66.7 66.7 1 All 7 5 0 2 8 4 4 4 71.4 71.4 3 Northern Ireland's Record Against Latvia by Competition Type P W D L F A GD CS Win % Pts % W/L WCQ 2 2 0 0

Gavin Whyte

Name: Gavin Whyte Born: 31 January 1996 Height: Weight: Position: Winger Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Under-21, Schools. Club Honours: (with Crusaders) NIFL Premiership Champion 2014/15, 2015/16. Awards: Ulster Footballer of the Year 2017/18. Club Career: Crusaders 13/14-17/18 Everton ..   Trial Celtic ...   Trial Oxford U. 18/19- date Biography: An attacking midfield player, Gavin Whyte established himself in the Crusaders side as they won back-to-back league title in 2015 and 2016. He became a regular in Jim Magilton's Northern Ireland Under-21 side throughout the 2017 European Championship qualifying campaign. He incurred the wrath of the Irish FA when he unexpectedly withdrew from the squad that was to face France in October 2016 and subsequently served a suspension from domestic football. After anoher successful season with Crusaders, Whyte was promoted to the senior Northern Ireland squad for the 2018 Central American tour. More to follow.

Callum Camps

Name: Callum Camps Born: 30 November 1995, Stockport (ENG) Height: Weight: Position: Midfielder Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 Under-21 Cap (2015) , Under-20, Under-19, Under-17. Club Career: Rochdale Biography: A regular member of the Northern Ireland youth set-ups over a period of three years, Callum Camps played in the Elite Section of the Milk Cup when just 17 was awarded his first Under-21 cap while still just nineteen in a 2-1 defeat by Macedonia. Camps made his League Two debut for Rochdale in January 2013 and established himself in the firstteam picture early in the 2015/16 season. Just weeks after earning his first Under-21 cap, it was reported that Camps did not wish to pursue his international career with Northern Ireland. However, in May 2017 he accepted a call-up to a training camp with the senior squad. Wikipedia Soccerbase UEFA Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details: 13-10-2015 FYR Macedonia H L 1-2 ECQ Summary: 1/0. Won 0, Drew 0,

606: 11 October 2015

vs Greece   - 606 -   vs Latvia Euro 2016 Qualification Group F Sunday, 11 October 2015.  FINLAND (FIN)  1-1 NORTHERN IRELAND  (NIR) (H/T 0-1) * NORTHERN IRELAND CONFIRM FIRST PLACE IN GROUP F * Venue: Olympic Stadium, Helsinki Attendance: Referee:  Sergei Karasev (RUS) Assistant referees:  Anton Averianov (RUS), Tikhon Kalugin (RUS) Fourth official:  Igor Demeshko (RUS) Additional assistant referees:  Sergei Lapochkin (RUS), Sergei Ivanov (RUS) Goals: FIN:  Arajuuri  87 ;   NIR: Cathcart 31 NORTHERN IRELAND (all blue) Manager: Michael O'Neill Captain: Steven Davis McGovern; McNair [C. McLaughlin 51 ], Brunt, McAuley, Cathcart, Baird, McGinn [Ferguson 71 ], Davis, Norwood, K. Lafferty [Magennis 79 ], Dallas Unused subs: Mannus (gk), Carroll (gk), McCullough, R. McLaughlin, McCourt, Reeves, Ward, McKay, Boyce FINLAND (all white) Manager: Markku Kanerva Captain: Tim   Sparv Hradecky; Arajuuri, Jalasto, Ojala, Uronen, Schüller [ Hämäläinen 79 ], Sparv, Mat
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