Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg prediction, odds & betting tips 19/11/2023

Liechtenstein
19/11/23 - 19:45

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Luxembourg

Liechtenstein - Luxembourg

Euro 2024 Qualifying - Rheinpark Stadion

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Top Odds and Best Predictions for Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg

These teams won't be traveling to Germany next summer, but at least for Luxembourg, this qualifying campaign has been the best ever.

For all the latest picks and odds regarding the tournament that will be hosted by Germany, visit our Euro 2024 predictions page.

Over 2.5 Goals

  • Luxembourg has played three games with more than two goals scored in the past five outings
  • Liechtenstein went over the mark three times in a five-game span
  • Four out of the final five h2h encounters covered the bet in question

Both Teams to Score – No

  • Liechtenstein failed to score a goal in the last four matches
  • Luxembourg had a couple of negative BTTS games in the past five outings
  • Three out of the previous four h2h clashes ended with goals being scored from either side of the field

Current Statistics and Odds for Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg prediction

Here is the way the bookies have chosen the odds for the upcoming match with the tool to help you choose your pick:

Head to Head

17/06/23

Euro 2023 Qualifying Euro

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

2

0

07/10/20

International Match International

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

1

2

Last Five - Liechtenstein

07/06/24

International Match International

Romania

Romania

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

0

0

D

03/06/24

International Match International

Albania

Albania

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

3

0

L

26/03/24

International Match International

Latvia

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

1

1

D

22/03/24

International Match International

Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

4

0

L

19/11/23

Euro 2024 Qualifying Euro

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

1

0

L

Last Five - Luxembourg

08/06/24

International Match International

Belgium

Belgium

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

3

0

L

05/06/24

International Match International

France

France

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

3

0

L

26/03/24

International Match International

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

1

2

W

21/03/24

Euro 2024 Qualifying Euro

Georgia

Georgia

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

2

0

L

19/11/23

Euro 2024 Qualifying Euro

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

0

1

W

This is how the bookies have set up the Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg odds:

Liechenstein odds: 10/1 (10.00) – 10%

Draw odds: 5/1 (5.00) – 20%

Luxembourg odds: 3/10 (1.30) – 76.9%

Checking out the latest odds for the upcoming match, Luxembourg is the clear favorite and the expected winner. The bookmakers have assigned a 77 percent probability margin to the visiting team who have been in terrific form throughout the campaign. Visit our dedicated football betting tips page for the latest picks and predictions across the markets and these are a couple of choices you have for this Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg duel: Luxembourg victory with a BTTS could land you odds of 4/1 (4.00) – 25% and a Goal Range of 4-5 is priced at 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3%.

Match Preview, Team Information, and Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg Lineups

Liechtenstein

The home team failed to win a single point thus far in the group and this will be their final chance to do so against a team they have faced before and even more importantly defeated which is a rare occurrence for one of Europe's football minnows.

Predicted lineup: B. Buchel, Traber, Wieser, Goppel, Malin, Sele, M. Buchel, Beck, Luchinger, Hasler, Salanovic.

Luxembourg

This qualifying period has been the best in Luxembourg's football history. The team managed to win a record four games which is further improvement for a side that has been one of the worst to ever play in any of European qualification cycles over the past decades. However, the things in Luxembourg are moving in the right direction.

Predicted lineup: Moris, Chanot, Carlson, Martins, Mahmutovic, Bohnert, Barreiro, Olesen, Pereira, Sinani, Rodrigues.

Player to Watch: Gerson Rodrigues

Luxembourg's most influential player during this qualifying process has been Gerson Rodrigues who scored four goals through the campaign which is the third of all the goals his team got for the Euro2024 qualification cycle. Rodrigues has been capped 58 times for Luxembourg scoring 19 goals.

Rodrigues was born in Portugal and started playing football in France. He later moved to Luxembourg and in 2017 debuted for the national team. Throughout his career Rodrigues played for plenty of clubs throughout Europe and was even in Japan and Saudi Arabia at some point. He is currently on loan to Sivasspor from Dynamo Kyiv.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.

Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein
5-3-2
1
Benjamin Buchel
li
20
Sandro Wolfinger
li
6
Andreas Malin
li
10
Sandro Wieser
li
4
Lars Traber
li
23
Jens Hofer
li
14
Livio Meier
li
7
Marcel Buchel
li
3
Maximilian Goppel
li
18
Julien Hasler
li
11
Dennis Salanovic
li
Substitutes
9
Philipp Ospelt
li
19
Liam Kranz
li
2
Severin Schlegel
li
12
Gabriel Foser
li
15
Andrin Netzer
li
22
Niklas Beck
li
5
Martin Marxer
li
16
Nicola Kollmann
li
21
Lorenzo Lo Russo
li
13
Kenny Kindle
li
8
Jakob Lorenz
li
17
Jonas Beck
li

Luxembourg

Luxembourg
3-4-1-2
1
Anthony Moris
lu
2
Maxime Chanot
lu
14
Seid Korac
lu
13
Dirk Carlson
lu
18
Laurent Jans
lu
16
Leandro Martins
lu
19
Mathias Olesen
lu
11
Vincent Thill
lu
21
Sebastien Thill
lu
10
Gerson Rodrigues
lu
9
Danel Sinani
lu
Substitutes
6
James Alves Rodrigues
lu
5
Alessio Curci
lu
23
Tiago Pereira Cardoso
lu
8
David Jonathans
lu
20
Timothe Rupil
lu
7
Lars Gerson
lu
12
Ralph Schon
lu
4
Florian Bohnert
lu
22
Marvin Martins
lu
3
Enes Mahmutovic
lu
15
Olivier Thill
lu
17
Edvin Muratovic
lu


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