Portugal vs Luxembourg: Kick off time, Live Stream and Predictions
Group stage Group A Matchday 8 of 10
In this article, we will talk about Portugal vs Luxembourg predictions. FIFA World Cup 2022 will be here in no time and the qualifiers have already begun. 31 teams out of the 32 teams competing to qualify for the Qatar World Cup 2022 will get to play. All the teams have been divided into 10 groups and by now many of the teams have directly qualified as well. While some still have the chance to qualify some are yet to regain momentum. Coming into the World Cup all the teams will be looking to gain confidence by winning some games in the qualifiers.
We all are very well aware of the huge fanbase that the national football team of Portugal enjoys. However, most of which is because of the legend player Christiano Ronaldo still they have proved themselves as a team every time. Portugal will take on Luxembourg in this exciting encounter on Tuesday night. Clearly, Portugal has dominated the group stage so far and with 13 points they proudly stand undefeated at the second spot in Group A. They are just one point behind the table-toppers Serbia that is 14 points. On the other hand, Luxembourg with just 6 points is in the third position and for them to surpass Portugal is next to impossible at this stage. In the subsequent sections, we have gathered and put down the team news, kick-off time, live stream details as well as the predicted score for Portugal vs Luxembourg.
Portugal vs Luxembourg: Kick-off time and live stream
Portugal will host Luxembourg at Estádio Algarve on 13 October 2021. The live-action will be telecasted live from Faro, Portugal starting at 12:15 am (IST) and 3:15 pm (EST). It will be available to watch on the respective broadcasting partners of countries. In India, you can catch live-action. The viewers in the US can live stream the face-off on ESPN+ and fuboTV. You will have to subscribe to paid services in order to stream. The subscription will cost you $5.99 per month. So what are you waiting for?. Mark the dates and set the alarms as Saturday night is going to be thrilling as things will definitely kick up a notch.
Some rotations can be seen on Saturday as Rafa Silve along with Raphel Guerreiro will miss out on this game against Luxembourg. Their difficulties do not end here as Domingos Duarte will be sidelined too. Trincao was tested covid positive so he will be gone for long, besides that no other injuries have been reported as of now. Diogo Costa is doubtful and we can see Riu Patricio come in to fill his spot for tomorrow’s encounter.
Predicted XI: Rui Patricio; Diogo Dalot, J. Fonte, Danilo Pereira, Nuno Mendes; Matheus Nunes, William Carvalho, Joao Mario; G. Guedes, A. Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo
Injuries won’t be a concern for Luc Holtz’s side and most probably Christopher Martins and Rodrigues will be available for this upcoming big game. Martins and Rodrigues faced a one-game suspension, while their return can imbibe spark in the squad, and hopefully, they will get all the confidence needed to snatch this game from the hands of Portugal.
Predicted XI: Moris; Laurent Jans, Dirk Carlson, M. Chanot, Mica Pinto; Martins Pereira; Deville, S. Thill, L. Barreiro, Rodriguez; Danel Sinani
Portugal vs Luxembourg: Predictions
All eyes will be on Christiano Ronaldo’s side Portugal as they have not been defeated a single time in their campaign so far. One of the most dominant sides not only of their respective group but also o the tournament will want to continue their current form. Luxembourg has shown significant improvement in their last game against Serbia but still, they could not convert their good performance into a win. Yesterday in the group stage Serbia handed then yet another defeat in the last time out. Comparing head to head without a doubt Ronaldo’s Portugal has easily posted 16 wins in 18 games against Luxembourg. Until and unless a miracle happens at the Estádio Algarve tomorrow, Portugal will claim their fifth consecutive win.