Section winners Austria won 5-0 when the sides met for the first time in Group G, but Liechtenstein have reason to hope for better as the neighbours reconvene in Vienna.
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Austria will bring the curtain down on an impressive UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying campaign when they take on neighbours Liechtenstein in Group G.
• Austria guaranteed first place in Group G with two matches to spare, and on 9 October extended their winning run in the section to eight games with a 3-2 success at Montenegro, also giving them 15 points from 15 away from home.
• While this is the first successful UEFA European Championship qualifying campaign for Austria, Liechtenstein – who have not scored in their last three qualifiers, all defeats – are certain to finish bottom of Group G.
• Austria won 5-0 when the sides met for the first time in Group G, but it might have been more – David Alaba put a penalty wide when it was 2-0.
• Austria have won all seven of their meetings with Liechtenstein, conceding only once, Mario Frick the man on target for the principality team in a 2-1 friendly loss in Vaduz on 6 October 2006.
• Liechtenstein's best qualifying campaigns to date were those for the 2006 FIFA World Cup (when they picked up eight points) and UEFA EURO 2008 (seven points).
• Liechtenstein's 1-0 win in Moldova this campaign is their only victory in their last 28 competitive away games (W1 D4 L23).
• The latest booking list is available here: http://www.uefa.org/disciplinary/disciplinary-cases/booking-lists/index.html.
Trivia and links
• Austria striker Marc Janko and Liechtenstein defender Yves Oehri could both make their 50th international appearances in this game.
• Liechtenstein's Michele Polverino plays his club football in Austria with SV Ried.
• Austria's five UEFA age-group games against Liechtenstein have all ended in victories by an aggregate score of 42-0.