|Attempts on target||28||19|
|Attempts off target||42||16|
|Attempts against woodwork||0||0|
|D||Belarus||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|B||Republic of Ireland||Slovakia|
|B||Russia||Republic of Ireland|
|D||Bosnia and Herzegovina||Belarus|
The lowest-placed sides in Group I meet again in Kaunas, mindful that they are set for two further meetings after being drawn together in the same qualifying section for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
• Liechtenstein are unlikely to complain about that given they ended a four-year wait for a competitive win against Lithuania in their first Group I meeting on 3 June. A Lithuania side decimated by injuries and suspensions went down 2-0, Philipe Erne's superb early opener and a Michele Polverino strike giving Hans-Peter Zaugg's men the points.
• "What we've achieved is unbelievable," said goalkeeper Benjamin Büchel after that rare Liechtenstein success. "You don't see this every day. It was a superb performance by everyone, but especially in defence where we were incredibly strong today. The whole team just gave 100%. I was constantly hoping we would not concede and in the end the whole thing is just incredible."
• It was only Liechtenstein's eighth victory in 123 competitive matches, and their first since October 2007.
• Lithuania's record in three games against Liechtenstein reads W2 D0 L1 (W1 D0 L0 at home).
• The nations' only meetings prior to the UEFA EURO 2012 preliminaries came in 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifying, with Lithuania winning 2-1 in Vilnius on 9 October 1996 and 2-1 in Eschen-Mauren on 30 April the following year.
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