Slovakia vs Portugal Euro Qualification 08 Sep 2023

Follow the live match score for Slovakia vs Portugal (2023/24 Euro Qualification). You can also see the starting lineups for these National Football Teams.

The match will begin on September 8, 2023, at 18:45 UTC at Štadión Tehelné pole in Bratislava.


Head-to-Head Record

Only twice in recent history have Slovakia and Portugal faced off, with Portugal winning one game and Slovakia losing both. 1 games saw a lot of draws.

Portugal managed to score three goals in head-to-head matches while Slovakia only managed one.

With 1 victory over Slovakia (compared to Slovakia’s 0 victory), Portugal appears to be in the lead in these direct encounters.


Slovakia vs Portugal Lineups And Live Score

Slovakia – Portugal Live Score

Also, check Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Liechtenstein Euro Qualification 08/09/2023


Slovakia National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Martin Dúbravka
  • Peter Pekarík
  • Denis Vavro
  • Milan Škriniar
  • Dávid Hancko
  • Juraj Kucka
  • Stanislav Lobotka
  • Marek Hamšík
  • Tomáš Suslov
  • Róbert Polievka
  • Róbert Mak

Also, check Starting lineups for Liechtenstein vs Slovakia, live scores June 20


Portugal National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Diogo Costa
  • Rúben Dias
  • Danilo Pereira
  • Diogo Dalot
  • Pepe
  • Rúben Neves
  • Bruno Fernandes
  • Bernardo Silva
  • Rafael Leão
  • Cristiano Ronaldo
  • João Cancelo

Also, check Starting lineups for Iceland vs Portugal, live scores June 20

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Match Preview

Slovakia played before, winning 3 games (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein), losing 0 games, and drawing 2 games (Chile, Luxembourg). Slovakia was able to score three goals while also giving up three (3-3).

Slovakia has scored 1.25 goals on average per game this league season. In terms of discipline, the home team committed 10.25 fouls on average per game, with 1 yellow and 0 red cards received. Slovakia’s squad rating is 6.53 on average per game.

Slovakia has a high rate of ball retention, with an average of 56.75 percent so far this year.

Portugal comes into this match having won four of their previous five games (against Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, and Luxembourg), lost one (against Morocco), and had no matches finish in draws. The club scored seven goals while allowing eight (7-8) goals.

Portugal averaged 3.5 goals and 0 goals against in its away games. The team received 5 yellow cards and 0 red cards, while the overall number of fouls committed is 32. Portugal’s squad rating is 6.99 on average per game.

Portugal has excellent ball possession, averaging 69.25% of the time so far this year.


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