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Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Liechtenstein betting tips: Euro 2024 qualifier preview, predictions, team news and odds

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Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Liechtenstein match preview

This qualifying campaign has been nothing short of a disaster for Bosnia & Herzegovina, and anything other than a victory here would all but end their hopes of reaching a Euros for the very first time.

On matchday one, the Golden Lilies easily overcame Iceland 3-0 in Zenica, but it’s been all downhill from there.

Subsequently, Bosnia have been beaten 2-0 in Slovakia and 3-0 in Portugal before, last time out, suffering an embarrassing 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Luxembourg.

This result saw Faruk Hadžibegić sacked after just four matches in charge, with Meho Kodro the new man at the helm ahead of this one.

As mentioned, Bosnia have never qualified for a Euros before, defeated in the play-offs for each of the last three editions of the tournament.

Their Nations League promotion means the Dragons are guaranteed a play-off place, a fact they’ll almost certainly be thankful for, given that they’re currently six points adrift of second-placed Slovakia.

The Blue-Reds have lost all four fixtures in this group so far, conceding 14 times and scoring zero, most-notably hammered 7-0 by Iceland in Vaduz in March.

Overall, that’s now 14 consecutive competitive defeats, a streak Konrad Fünfstück’s team don’t look like breaking any time soon.

Despite their own trials and tribulations, Bosnia should cruise to victory at Stadion Bilino Polje.

Bosnia and Herzegovina team news

Defenders Anel Ahmedhodžić and Adrian Leon Barišić will both miss this one due to injury.

Miralem Pjanić and Edin Džeko, who have 239 caps between them, remain Bosnia’s two stars, with this surely the last chance for both to lead their country to a European Championships.

Liechtenstein team news

Noah Frick is the last Liechtenstein player to score in a non-defeat, bagging a late equaliser away to Armenia two years ago, but is currently out injured.

Veteran goalkeeper Benjamin Büchel should be prepared for a busy evening’s work in Zenica.

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