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SCOTLAND Women coach Pedro Martinez Losa is looking no further ahead than Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Hungary at Hampden Park.
The Scots began their Group B campaign with a 2-0 win in Hungary and a 7-1 demolition of the Faroe Islands in Glasgow and sit second, behind Spain on goal difference.
Scotland host Ukraine and travel to Spain in a qualifying double header next month, but the Spaniard Martinez Losa insists it is not simply a three horse race between the latter trio.
Martinez Losa said: “Every game is important. If we don’t get these points we will be thinking that we needed these points.
“If we get the points then we will be thinking how important the game is against Ukraine and Spain.
“I always say that we have to take it game by game.
“Every opponent will present a difficulty, every opponent will fight for three points, for one point, for one goal.
“I am sure Hungary, after losing two matches ... will not be happy and come here with different plans and objectives.”
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