Prediction Liechtenstein vs Spain – 6 September 2017
Lichtenstein will face Spain in the 2018 World Cup qualifier on home soil, Rheinpark Stadion Baccarat Online.
Spain had just won over Italy, 3-0 which led them at the top of the standings with a collection of 19 points. While Lichtenstein must bite the finger over the bad results by losing to Albania, 2-0.
After undergoing this fight, Spain will face Albania and meanwhile Lichtenstein will host against Israel.
Liechtenstein and Spanish Facts Data:
– Lichtenstein and Spain have been brought together seven times, in which Spain are always able to win over the home team at this time.
– The seven matches are played four times at home to Spain and three times at Lichtenstein.
– The biggest victory ever recorded by the care team Julen Lopetegui is 8-0, which was created on 6 September 2016 ago.
– The team nicknamed La Furia Roja has pocketed 31 goals for 7 matches, 23 goals created at home and three others when earned while playing away.
– Scratching 5 previous matches, Lichtenstein can only print one draw and four defeats.
– While from the visitors four wins and one draw and the last time they were able to conquer the harshness of Italy with a convincing score, 3-0.
– Diego Costa became the top scorer, 5 goals followed by David Silva and Vitolo who both pocketed four goals, then there Isco and Alvaro Morata a collection of three goals.
– Nolito and David Silva has been named the top baitter with 3 baits each.
– In the 7 matches played during the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, Spain were able to record six wins and one draw which took them top spot on 19 points.
– While Rene Pauritsch’s side must occupy the standings by collecting no triumph or a draw.
– Keep in mind if La Furia often scores in 45′-60 ‘and 75’-90 minutes.
– The team captained by this managed to record 4 clean sheet results, 3 in the cage and 1 in away games.
Second Team Composition:
Goalkeepers: Peter Jehle (Vaduz), Peter Jehle (Balzers), Claudio Majer (Balzers)
Defender: Daniel Kaufmann (Vaduz), Seyhan Yildiz (Balzers), Ivan Quintans (Eschen / Mauren), Maximilian Göppel (Vaduz), Andreas Malin (Dornbirn), Jens Hofer (Düdingen)
Midfield: Franz Burgmeier (Vaduz), Martin Büchel (FC Unterföhring), Michele Polverino (Balzers), Nicolas Hasler (Toronto FC), Sandro Wieser (Reading), Sandro Wolfinger (Wolfratshausen), Daniel Brändle (Balzers), Mathias Sele / Mauren), Aron Sele (Balzers), Livio Meier (Balzers), Luca Ritter (Eschen / Mauren), Fabio Wolfinger (Langenthal)
Attackers: Philippe Erne (Balzers), Dennis Salanović (Rapperswil-Jona), Marcel Büchel (Verona), Yanik Frick (Perugia)
The Spanish squad
Goalkeepers: David de Gea (Manchester United), Pepe Reina (Napoli), Kepa Arrizabalaga (Athletic Bilbao)
Defender Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Gerard Pique (Barcelona), Marc Bartra (Borussia Dortmund), Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid), Nacho Fernandez (Real Madrid), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Nacho Monreal (Arsenal), Jordi Alba (Barcelona).
Midfielder: Sergio Busquets (Barcelona), Andres Iniesta (Barcelona), Jorge “Koke” Resurreccion (Atletico Madrid), Thiago Alcantara (Bayern Munich), Marco Asensio (Real Madrid), David Silva (Manchester City), Saul Nigez (Atletico Madrid ), Suso (Milan).
Attackers: David Villa (New York City), Alvaro Morata (Chelsea), Pedro Rodriguez (Chelsea), Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona), Lucas Vazquez (Real Madrid), Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo)