Andorra have lost all their UEFA EURO 2016 Group B games to date but have been doing relatively well by their standards – unlike their visitors, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
• The nations are crossing paths for the first time at senior level.
• The only UEFA competition meeting between national teams from these countries was a 2000 UEFA Futsal EURO qualifier, which Bosnia and Herzegovina won 2-1 in Portugal.
• The nations' clubs have met in eight UEFA competition games, with the Bosnian side winning all eight contests.
• Andorra have lost all four of their Group B games to date but have scored twice, making this their most prolific campaign since they scored three in 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying.
• They have lost their last 48 competitive games since a 0-0 draw with Finland on 3 September 2005. In total, 55 games have passed since their lone competitive win – a 1-0 victory against FYR Macedonia on 13 October 2004.
• Andorra are yet to avoid defeat in a UEFA European Championship game, a run of 44 matches.
• Andorra have only once scored more than one goal in a competitive game, losing 3-2 at home against Cyprus in a 2002 World Cup qualifier on 2 September 2000.
• Bosnia and Herzegovina are yet to win in Group B (D2 L2) and have not scored more than once in a qualifying match since a 4-1 defeat of Liechtenstein on 11 October 2013.
Trivia and links
• Andorra defender Óscar Sonejee, who turns 39 two days before the Bosnia and Herzegovina game, is closing in on his 100th international appearance; with 98 caps, he is already a national record holder.
• Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder Mensur Mujdža turns 31 on the day of the Andorra match.
• This is Mehmed Baždarević's first outing as Bosnia and Herzegovina coach since replacing Safet Sušić, the man who guided the national team to last summer's World Cup finals.
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