Bosnia and Herzegovina will be aiming to finish top of Group G when they travel to face Lithuania on Tuesday, watch a free live World Cup qualifying football stream of Lithuania v Bosnia and Herzegovina from 18:00 on October 15th.
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Lithuania are no longer in contention to qualify from Group G, but can have the final say on who tops the group if they prevent current leaders Bosnia and Herzegovina from winning their last game. A 2-0 win over Liechtenstein in their last World Cup qualifying match means only Greece have beaten Lithuania on their home soil and they will be looking to make things difficult for the visitors on Tuesday. Caretaker manager Igoris Pankratjevas will need to make a plan for the Bosnia and Herzegovina attack and will look to cut off their supply by packing the midfield to limit their creative space with men behind the ball at all times.
Bosnia and Herzegovina should cruise past Liechtenstein on Friday and will be looking to finish the job with a win in Kaunas on Tuesday. The Golden Lillies are level on points with Greece, but currently occuply top spot in Group G with a far superior goal difference. Barring a hugely unlikely swing in the goal difference, if they win both of their remaining matches then they will qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time in their history. Expect to see Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic amongst the goals if Bosnia and Herzegovina get into the attacking groove, but Lithuania will be hoping prevent a victory and spoil the party for the visitors.
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Both Dzeko and Ibisevic were on the scoresheet before Miralem Pjanic completed the scoring in a 3-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina victory when the sides met in Zenica last October and Lithuania will be hoping they can fair better in front of their home fans on Tuesday.