Will Gibraltar make it back-to-back victories in this international window?
On Wednesday, goals from Roy Chipolina and then Liam Walker saw them beat fellow-minnows Liechtenstein 2-0.
This was just Gibraltar’s seventh victory since gaining FIFA membership, and first since a Nations League win in Liechtenstein in October 2020.
So now, can Julio César Ribas’ side win successive international for the first time in over four years?
Andorra meantime took on Austria in Málaga in mid-week and put in a respectable showing, only beaten 1-0.
The Tricolours have already enjoyed four victories in 2022; their most in a calendar year previously was two.
Koldo Álvarez’s team beat Saint Kitts & Nevis and Grenada in friendlies in March, before defeating Liechtenstein home and away in the Nations League.
Nevertheless, with home advantage, Gibraltar will fancy their chances of victory at Victoria Park.