|Attempts on target||63||30|
|Attempts off target||57||25|
|Attempts against woodwork||0||0|
|D||Romania||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|B||FYR Macedonia||Republic of Ireland|
Slovakia were restricted to a 1-0 win in their first UEFA EURO 2012 Group B meeting with Andorra on 26 March and they will expect a more emphatic victory in Bratislava.
• A seventh goal in 11 international appearances from Filip Šebo was enough for Slovakia to prevail in Andorra. The ŠK Slovan Bratislava striker got on the end of a clever pass from Róbert Vittek to put his side ahead after 21 minutes, but they were unable to convert their pressure into goals thereafter.
• Slovakia blooded new talent as defender Filip Lukšík and midfielder Tomáš Kóňa started, while FK Senica's Juraj Piroska came on for Vittek after the break.
• The victory was Slovakia's first since beating Russia 1-0 in Moscow on 7 September 2010. Vladimír Weiss's side now lead Group B, though they are level on ten points with Russia and the Republic of Ireland.
• Andorra and Slovakia had never played at senior international level prior to this year and there have been no meetings between clubs representing the two nations in UEFA competition.
• Andorra are bottom of Group B after losing all five games to date, scoring just once in the process. They are one of six sides yet to pick up a UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying point along with Kazakhstan, San Marino, Malta, Wales and Liechtenstein.
• Andorra have not won in 36 competitive fixtures since a 1-0 victory against the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 13 October 2004. They have not avoided defeat in 29 games, their last draw coming on 3 September 2005 when they held Finland 0-0.
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