Andorra vs Bosnia by Sors

Probable lineups:


Andorra: Pol – Rubio, Garcia, Lima, Maneiro – Vieira, Vales – Martinez, Peppe, Lorenzo – Reira


Bosnia & Herzegovina: Begovic – Bicakcic, Spahic, Zukanovic – Mujdza, Pjanic, Besic, Medunjanin, Lulic – Ibisevic, Dzeko


Quite unequal opponents in this match at Estadi Nacional in Andorra la Vella.


Andorra is expectedly on the last position in group B, without a single point from the previous four games against Wales (1-2 / home), Belgium (0-6 / away), Israel (1-4 / home) and Cyprus (0-5 / away).


Koldo Alvarez called up twenty eight players for the upcoming match against Bosnia & Herzegovina, as twenty-two of them play in amateur teams in the local league and the other six in the lower divisions in Spain and France.


In the point of fact, the hosts are really close to make big surprise in their first match in this group against Wales on this stadium (1-2), but the next three games showed the real potential of this team: three consecutive losses and fifteen goals in the net.


The guests started the campaign in surprisingly poor form, having won only two points from the previous four games against Cyprus (1-2 / home), Wales (0-0 / away), Belgium (1-1 / home) and Israel (0-3 / away).


On the other hand, this visit in Andorra will be the debut for Mehmed Bazdarevic as head coach of Bosnia & Herzegovina and motivation of the players is usually on a high level under such circumstances, regardless the potential of the opponent.


Bosnia & Herzegovina is a team with really big potential in attack in the face of Miralem Pjanic (midf. / 9 goals), Senad Lulic (midf. / 1 goal), Sejad Salihovic (midf. / 4 goals), Vedad Ibisevic (forw. / 24 goals), Edin Dzeko (forw. / 38 goals), etc. and I expect a lot of goals for the guests in this match – most probably more than three.


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