Will Liechtenstein belatedly get off the mark in this UEFA Nations League campaign?
Back in June, Martin Stocklasa’s side lost all four matches, their only goal coming in a 2-1 reverse in Andorra.
The Blues-reds have previously won twice in this competition, beating Gibraltar in 2018 and San Marino two years later.
However, since the latter, Liechtenstein have failed to win any of their 17 competitive matches, only managing three draws.
So, Andorra will fancy their chances of a victory.
Their sole victory in this group came in the reverse fixture, when Jordi Aláez and Jesús Rubio got the goals as the Tricolours won in the Nations League for the first time ever.
Koldo Álvarez’s side also held Moldova to a goalless draw in Andorra la Vella in JUne so, having beaten San Marino twice in 2021, they’re in decent form.
All in all, don’t be surprised if Rheinpark Stadion witnesses an away win.