Portugal v Luxembourg Live Stream
Portugal look to keep the pressure on Group F leaders Russia with a win over Luxembourg on Tuesday, watch a free live World Cup qualifying football stream of Portugal v Luxembourg from 18:00 on October 15th.
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Portugal can still finish top of Group F if Russia slip up at Azerbaijan or Luxembourg and will be looking to keep the pressure on with a victory on Tuesday. The Navigators made up for dropping points at home to Northern ireland with a 2-4 victory at Windsor Park in their last match and will be aiming to at least finish as one of the eight best runners-up in World Cup qualifying with a win against Luxembourg. Paulo Bento’s side have been free-scoring in qualification with sixteen goals in eight matches and striker Helder Postiga will be looking to add to his tally of five goals on Tuesday. Cristiano Ronaldo’s determination to play at the top level should bring about an inspired performance for the Real Madrid star, so expect to see him driving his team forward as Portugal bid to book their place in Brazil.
Luxembourg’s 3-2 win over Northern Ireland has lifted them off the bottom of Group F, but they are unlikely to cause Portugal many problems on Tuesday night. Les Lions Rouge are ranked 126th in the world by FIFA and would do well to avoid picking up the wooden spoon in World Cup qualification due to their relatively small national pool. Head coach Luc Holtz will have no option other than to set up defensively with men behind the ball in an attempt to soak up the pressure from Portugal and it will be interesting to see how long they can hold out.
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Luxembourg actually took the lead through Daniel da Mota when the sides met at Stade Josy Barthel last September, but it didn’t last long as Ronaldo and Postiga prevented the upset and Portugal ended the game as 1-2 winners.