Italy vs Liechtenstein Match Info
Match date: 26thMarch 2019
Kick-Off: 7.45pm GMT
Stadium: Stadio Ennio Tardini, Parma.
Italy vs Liechtenstein Head to Head Record
Last 2 meetings:
11 Jun 2017 Italy 5 – 0 Liechtenstein
12 Nov 2016 Liechtenstein 0 – 4 Italy
Matches played: 2
Italy wins: 2
Liechtenstein wins: 0
Italy vs Liechtenstein Stats
- Italy come into the match looking to make it to the top spot now shared with Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina
- Liechtenstein saw a comfortable 0-2 home loss to Greece on Saturday
- Azzurri have beaten Liechtenstein with confidence in both of their two head-to-head clashes so far
Italy vs Liechtenstein Match Preview
Italy have beaten Finland (2-0) in an exciting home display with goals from Nicolo Barella and Moise Kean, bagging their first points in EURO 2020 Qualifiers Group J and now hoping to build on the success as they host underdogs Liechtenstein on Tuesday evening.
Azzurri have thus kept hold of their consistency in front of the home fans and bagged their third win in five outings across competitions with just draws against Ukraine (1-1) and Portugal (0-0) seen along the way. Roberto Mancini the visitors will not be a great challenge now and his men can take the opportunity for a real pick-me-up.
Liechtenstein come into the match with a five-match winless streak behind them, where they suffered four rather comfortable losses and only held Armenia to an exciting 2-2 draw along the way. They’ve seen a 0-2 loss to Greece on Saturday and backing them to do more in Italy feels like a longshot.
Blues-Reds have been scoring goals on the road lately but the trip to Ennio Tardini feels like a lot more on their plate, after losses in Armenia (2-1), Macedonia (4-1), and Gibraltar (2-1) over the past year. We thus feel Helgi Kolvidsson’s men will struggle to produce any serious threat on the day.
However, we have seen them keeping it together at the back better and while we feel Italy will be able to put on a convincing display, we’ll now stick our necks out for Asian Handicap and Liechtenstein to win +4.5 at 37/40 with bet365.
We do feel Italy will want to put this one beyond reach early on and after seeing them open the scoresheet with a 7’ goal from Barella against Finland, we’ll now back them to do the same – as we go for the first goal to happen between 0-10’ at 8/5 with bet365.
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