Austria agonisingly missed out on a World Cup return, so are now focussed on, once again, qualifying for a European Championships.
Back in March, Das Team’s dream of ending their World Cup exile was shattered by Wales, losing the play-off semi-final in Cardiff in March.
Since, Ralf Rangnick has taken over as Head Coach, with his team suffering relegation from the Nations League’s top-tier in September.
So, given that Austria are winless in five, they’ll be desperate for a victory in this one in Málaga.
Andorra meanwhile have never qualified for a major tournament, a fact that isn’t likely to change any time soon.
The Tricolours though did accumulate eight points from six Nations League D matches, beating Liechtenstein both home and away.
However, this’ll be a vast step-up in difficulty level for Koldo Álvarez’s team, with Austria overwhelming favourites to prevail at Estadio La Rosaleda.