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The Austrian press are feeling positive after a 1-0 qualifying win against Montenegro, with Kronen Zeitung saying: "In almost three years under Marcel Koller, Austria have never played as well as against Montenegro." In a column, sports editor Robert Sommer sticks his neck out and says: " I now declare: Austria will be a proud EURO participant in 2016."

Kleine Zeitung reins in the euphoria a little. "Austria celebrated a 1-0 win against Montenegro, but should have scored a lot more," it notes. Der Standard refers back to the legendary 'Wunderteam' of the 1930s and adds: "While this is surely is no Wunderteam yet, Austria once more have a very good national side." Austria have now gone eight games without defeat, and Der Standard notes: "The last time we had a run like this was from January 1979 to April 1980, long before the current crop of Austria players was born."

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13/10/201412:04Berend Scholten, Diest

Austria defender Sebastian Prödl ahead of tonight's home game against Montenegro:

It's a home game and if things go to plan then I back us to put in a great performance. We need to use our momentum and go into Sunday's game with the confidence and belief that we can beat Montenegro too.

12/10/201416:37Klaus Klump


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