Lithuania's preparations for Monday's Group E match in San Marino were disrupted after a flight from their camp in Munich to Bologna was cancelled due to a strike, forcing a switch of timings in their schedule.
Nevertheless the squad arrived on Saturday on another flight and there was positive news as defenders Marius Žaliūkas and Vytautas Andriuškevičius – who missed the friendly against the United Arab Emirates – resumed full training
SC Cambuur left-back Andriuškevičius, who recently made his debut in the Dutch Eredivisie, hopes a good winning start will set a positive tone. "It would be great to start with three points in San Marino and then form a winning mentality," said Andriuškevičius. "I think our schedule is very good, because after that we have two matches at home [versus Estonia and Slovenia] where we can aim high as well. It would give us a boost."
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