The biggest knockout bag in Group J of the Euro 2020 qualifiers is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s rival on Thursday, September 5. The team will host Liechtenstein at the Bilino Poljem stadium in Zenica as part of the fifth of the ten planned rounds. The kick-off is scheduled for 3:45 pm EDT. The key also has Italy, Finland, Armenia and Greece.In celebration of the tournament’s 60th anniversary, the sixteenth edition of the tournament will be played next year in 12 countries. The qualifiers have 55 teams in contention, including Kosovo’s first appearance. They were divided into ten groups with five or six participants who will face each other in turn and return. In the end, the top two will have their classification guaranteed.The remaining four places will be contested by the 16 group winners in the four versions of the League of Nations which had its first edition played in 2018. In case the winners also get a place in the playoffs, their place in the playoffs that will define the last participants of the tournament. Euro 2020 will be occupied by the team that took the next position in their tournament key. The final battle will take place in March next year, just before the start of the Euro Cup, which is scheduled for June 12 to July 12. The final will be in England.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Bosnians even had a good start in the dispute. They managed to score four points in the first double round of qualifying. They enforced the field command against Armenia by scoring 2-1, in a confrontation that showed good performance and only gave rivals five finishing opportunities over the ninety minutes, two of which were in the right direction.However, they failed to beat Greece in the next match. Acting again at home, Bosnia had to settle for 2-2 after opening two goals. The result was compromised by the expulsion of midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 20 minutes into the final stage, which facilitated the lives of visitors in their quest for equality.On the double day of June, with two games in a row as visitors, the Bosnians returned home empty-handed. They lost to Finland 2-0 and led 2-1 from Italy. With that, parked on four points (one win, one draw and two losses), they dropped to fifth – penultimate – place. They are five points below the Finns, deputy leaders. In addition to meeting with Liechtenstein will face Armenia away from home on Sunday, September 8.
While rivals are still counting on whether to qualify, Liechtenstein’s reality is quite different. Group J’s lantern failed to score, the team know that they cannot afford to leave the last position.The only viable goal for the final rounds is to try to get a point, which should be enough to prevent it from being placed last in the Euro 2020 qualifying standings or to try to avoid the flashlight by lowering the goal deficit as There is a possibility that other teams will end the dispute zero. At the moment are the Estonian teams (minus 11), Gibraltar (minus six), Azerbaijan (minus seven), Faroe Islands (minus nine), Latvia (minus 12), Andorra (minus ten) and San Marino ( minus 20).Of this block, San Marino is the only one with worse performance than Liechtenstein, which has a negative jump of 13 goals after losses to Greece (2-0), Italy (6-0), Armenia (3-0) and Finland (2-0). 0).
Football Prediction of the Day Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Liechtenstein
When selecting Lienchtenstein the reasonable doubt is usually not whether the team will win or lose, but how much the margin of defeat will be. Given the well-qualified team of Bosnia and Hezergovina, the prediction of the success of the home owners is the best guess for Thursday’s match for the fifth round of qualifying for Euro 2020.
Bet Tips: Bósnia e Herzegovina