Liechtenstein vs Italy: Betting Tips, Odds & Predictions

Liechtenstein vs Italy
Liechtenstein vs Italy, Euro 2020 League, Rheinpark Stadion

The match is over.
Score: 0-5.

Liechtenstein welcome table toppers Italy to the Rheinpark Stadion with the Azzurri looking to cement their automatic qualification for Euro 2020.

Our Betting Tips

Italy currently sit on top of Group J of Euro 2020 qualification with 15 points; however, they have a game with Greece before this match rolls around that could see them automatically qualified for Euro 2020 if other results go their way. The Azzurri under new Coach Roberto Mancini have been playing some nice possession-based football and will have far too much quality for Liechtenstein to cope with.


Depending on whether those results go their way on match day seven Coach Mancini could put out a completely changed side to face the little Alpine nation. The former Manchester City boss has called up a young squad and could potentially give some of his fringe players a run out in this one. Lazio hitman Ciro Immobile will be looking to get on the scoresheet after he ended his international goal drought in the 2-1 win away to Finland in September.


Italy have scored in both halves in four of their six Group J matches so far and hit Liechtenstein for six at the Stadio Ennio Tardini in March, thanks to goals from Stefano Sensi, Marco Verratti, Moise Kean, Leonardo Pavoletti, and a Fabio Quagliarella brace. However, many of that team that won 6-0 are missing out, Inter midfielder Sensi has withdrawn from the squad through injury, Pavoletti is ruled out long term and last season’s Serie A top scorer Quagliarella not selected, while Everton striker Kean was called up to the U-21 team.


In the previous three games played between these sides, the Azzurri have won all three scoring 15 times and keeping clean sheets in every match. After failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia Italy will want to reach next summer’s Euro 2020 tournament in style.


Best Odds

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Head to Head

These sides last met in March in the Stadio Ennio Tardini and the Azzurri ran out 6-0 winners. The teams met previously in qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia and Italy won both games 5-0 at home and 4-0 away.


  • Liechtenstein haven’t won away of their last eight home games in European Qualification, which is a run of six defeats and two draws going back to a 2-0 win over Lithuania in 2011
  • Italy are unbeaten in their last 18 away game in European Championship Qualification since they lost 3-1 away to France in 2006.
  • Liechtenstein have only won four of their 31 home qualifiers in the European Championship, drawing five and losing the other 22.
  • Italy have won their last three games on the road in Group J, but before that they had won just one of their previous seven matches away from home in all competitions.

Our Prediction for Liechtenstein vs Italy

The match to end in an Italy win.

Liechtenstein have picked up just one point so far in Euro 2020 qualifying and that was a 1-1 draw away to Greece in September. The team from the tiny Principality will have their work cut out for them to keep the score down against a side that is playing with confidence.

Italy, on the other hand, could have sealed automatic qualification in their match at home with Greece which precedes this one and could use this game to give some of their fringe players a game. Napoli right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo received his first call up to the squad and could make his debut either in this game of the one against the Greeks.

Callum Brady is an avid football fan and overly optimistic Leeds supporter #MOT! When he is not spotted visiting Elland Road, Callum spends his time following European Football, Rugby, and has recently taken interest in the NFL. A travel enthusiast, Callum is always looking for recommendations on where to travel based on football pitches to visit.

All Predictions by Callum Brady