Liechtenstein (@46.0) vs Italy (@1.01)
15-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Italy will win

Liechtenstein – Italy Match Prediction | 15-10-2019 14:45

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He has six goals in 72 games. Dennis Salanovic The Thun striker scored two of his three international goals during the UEFA Nations League campaign.Benjamin Buchel The only capped goalkeeper in the Liechtenstein squad will need to keep Italys strikers at bay if they are to pull off a shock result.Michele Polverino The veteran Liechtenstein captain orchestrates proceedings from the middle of the park.

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The Squadra Azzurra made a serious match against Finland (2-0) on the first day and confirms their good health after another success against the United States (1-0) in friendly last November. Italy, undefeated for more than 6 months, should continue its invincibility after receiving the modest selection of Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein did not do better when they entered the qualifiers as they lost their first match against Greece (0-2) at home. The last defeat of the Transalpines at home was on June 1, 2016 against France (1-3) in Bari. The selection of Kolvidsson has won only March 2 since March 2015! Liechtenstein will have to put the barbed wire in order to avoid taking the broth. The latter has not won since five games, posting four losses in Macedonia (4-1) and Gibraltar (2-1) and against Macedonia (0-2) at home and Armenia (2-2) at the UEFA Nations League. Victorious 5-0 in June 2017 in Udine,Italy could reproduce such a score so Liechtenstein is not up to par.

They will enter the game in full confidence despite playing away from home, and a win is almost in the bag for them. Italy have been Superb in the qualifying campaign, they have drawn once and won twice in the first 3 games. They streak now stay at a 53 match unbeaten, with 39 wins and 14 draws to their name till now. Also Italy havent lost a qualifying games since a since 3-1 loss to France in September 2006.

This is certainly a mission impossible for the hosts, but is there an upset on the cards in Saturdays game. The World Cup qualification campaign gets tougher for Liechtenstein as they welcome Italy to Rheinpark Stadion on Saturday night. We are about to find out. To get a draw against one of the elite teams in Europe will be a great achievement for the lower ranked side.

Expert Verdict: Italy got off to a winning start at home to Finland, continuing their good defensive record in the process, and they will beat Liechtenstein in their second game barring one of international footballs biggest ever shocks. The question is how many they will win by - in World Cup qualifying it was four and five, and this result is likely to be similar.

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0% of the last 2 Italy v Liechtenstein matches have resulted in a draw. The teams have played each other 2 times since 2016. Italy have won 2 of the 2 matches, Italy have a current form rating of 58% They have scored 9 in the 2 matches against Liechtenstein and have won 100% of those matches. Liechtenstein have won 0 of the 2 matches, Liechtenstein have a current form rating of 25% They have scored 0 in the 2 matches against Italy and have won 0% of those matches.

Pro Cisterna, Pistoiese and Genoa during his youth career and he continued to play for the Rossoblu at senior level. Perin played for the likes of A.S.D. The Italian goalkeeper has been playing for Genoa since 2010, but it has to be noted that he spend some time on loan at Padova and Pescara between 2011 and 2013. Mattia Perin is an Italian footballer who was born on 10 November, 1992 in Latina, Italy.

Speaking of their first official game, Liechtenstein suffered a 1-0 loss to Switzerland two years later and it has to be noted that the Swiss played with a severely-weakened squad. The Blues-Reds recorded their first ever win in the World Cup qualifiers on October 13, 2004, with the team rolling over Luxembourg on the road. In 1981 Liechtenstein faced Malta in their first ever unofficial match and they shared the spoils (1-1) with the Falcons in Seoul.