Liechtenstein is going head to head with Iceland starting on 26 Mar 2023 at 16:00 UTC at Rheinpark Stadion stadium, Vaduz city, Liechtenstein. The match is a part of the European Championship, Qualification Group J. Currently, Liechtenstein rank 6th, while Iceland hold 5th position.
Iceland travel to Vaduz to face Liechtenstein in a Euro 2024 qualifier on Sunday. Both sides lost in their opening Group J fixtures and look set to struggle in the section.
Liechtenstein were comfortably beaten 4-0, as expected, by Portugal on opening night on Thursday.
Keeping the score down to four was a moderate achievement for the minnows, but if it were not for goalkeeper Benjamin Buchel, who made seven saves from 35 shots on goal, it would have been more.
Few European sides have entered the qualification campaign in worse form than Liechtenstein, who finished bottom of their UEFA Nations League group last year.
Losing home and away to Andorra, Moldova and Latvia was a real low point for the nation who hoped the competition would have brought them an opportunity to be competitive among other smaller nations.
Coming off the back of opening-day defeats, Liechtenstein and Iceland will head into the weekend in search of a morale-boosting result. Iceland boast a significantly superior and more experienced squad and should pick up a fourth straight win over the hosts.
Prediction: Liechtenstein 0-2 Iceland
This match will start from 9:30 PM
This match will take place on 26 March 2023
Liechtenstein may not set up as defensively as they did in Lisbon, as being at home may give them more belief to be a little more front-footed.
Pauritsch opted to start with a 5-4-1 formation, but he could decide to start with one or two more attacking options this time.
Noah Frick could be one of the players given an opportunity, but his brother Yanik Frick, who scored in this fixture in 2021, is not part of the squad.
Iceland captain Aron Gunnarsson could be a part of the squad here after he missed the defeat in Bosnia on Thursday.
Liechtenstein:- Buchel; Wolfinger, Malin, Traber, Hofer, Meier; Frommelt, Wieser, Hasler; Gassner, Frick
Iceland:- Runarsson; Palsson, Magnusson, Gretarsson, Olafsson; A Sigurdsson, Traustason, Haraldsson, Thorsteinsson; Gudmundsson, Finnbogason
Tip 1: Result – Iceland
Tip 2: First-half winners – Iceland (Iceland have led at the interval in their last five games against Liechtenstein.)
Tip 3: Less than 2.5 goals – Yes (There have been fewer than three goals scored in seven of Iceland’s last nine games.)
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