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The wait is almost over for the Euro - Qualifiers action scheduled for Sunday when Liechtenstein will take on Luxembourg.
Our full set of predictions, statistics and match poll for Liechtenstein v Luxembourg can be seen below - plus the latest betting odds.
Liechtenstein will be wanting a better result here after the 0-2 Euro - Qualifiers loss in their previous game against Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo (46') and João Cancelo (57') scored for Portugal.
An interesting characteristic of recent Liechtenstein games is seeing a zero in the scoreline.
Taking their prior six clashes before this one, in as many as 5 of them a bet on "Both Teams to Score" would've been a loser.
Luxembourg come into this encounter after a 4-1 Euro - Qualifiers win with the defeat of Bosnia in their most recent match.
For Luxembourg, the goals were scored by Mathias Olesen (6') and Gerson Rodrigues (30', 95'). Nihad Mujakić (55' Own goal) and Renato Gojković (93') scored for Bosnia.
Showing their partiality to high-scoring matches, the back of the net has been hit 21 times in the previous 6 games in which Luxembourg have taken to the pitch, giving a mean average of 3.5 goals for each clash. Opposing teams have hit 12 of these goals. Even so, we’ll just have to find out if the trend shall persist in this upcoming game.
Head to head
The previous league clash featuring the two was Euro - Qualifiers match day 3 on 17/06/2023 which finished with the scoreline of Luxembourg 2-0 Liechtenstein.
The match was refereed by Oleksii Derevinskyi.
Team News: Liechtenstein
The Liechtenstein manager Konrad Fünfstück will be grateful not to have any fitness worries whatsoever coming into this match with a completely healthy group to pick from.
Team News: Luxembourg
Thanks to a fully injury-free squad to choose from, the Luxembourg manager Luc Holtz has zero fitness worries to report coming into this match.
We feel that in this game, Liechtenstein will likely create enough chances to find the net against this Luxembourg outfit, although just one goal likely won’t be as many as they will have scored against them.
Therefore, we think that it’s going to be a narrow 1-2 win for Luxembourg when the referee blows the final whistle. Could easily go either way, this.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
🏟️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Rheinpark Stadion (7,584)
Captain: Benjamin Büchel
Chairman: Hugo Quaderer
Manager: Konrad Fünfstück
Competitions: Euro - Qualifiers (Group J)