UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifiers: Where to watch Lithuania vs Portugal live on September 10, 2019

What is the position of Lithuania and Portugal?

Lithuania is last in Group B with one point after four matches. Portugal has five points in three matches.

What is the form of Lithuania as compared to Portugal?

Lithuania's form in a long shot sparks little to no enthusiasm for a potential upset to ensue inside the LFF Stadionas (Vilnius) on Tuesday. The hosts come into the clash with a poor record in their last 13 matches having registered 11 defeats along the way.

In the ongoing UEFA Euro 2020 qualification campaign, they have managed just one draw from four outings while losing three. A total of 10 goals have been conceded by the Valdas Urbonas' men who have managed just three.

Although the ride has not been exactly smooth for Cristiano Ronaldo and his boys, the upcoming test should be one they should handle with aplomb. The Selecao kicked off its campaign on an uninspiring note but has successfully turned things around with qualification to Euro 2020 just around the corner.

Fernando Santos'men who drew in their two previous matches finally grabbed a win against Serbia over the weekend through a 4-2 scoreline. As things stand, the 2019 Nations Cup winners are two wins away from sailing into Euro 2020 without needing to feature in a playoff in Group B.

Regarding their most recent records, the defending champions are 

What is the head to head record of Lithuania vs Portugal?

Both Lithuania and Portugal have met on two occcasions in the past. The latter has had the edge in all the meetings, recording a 5-1 win in the first clash in 2000 and a 4-1 victory in the most recent meeting in 2004.

Team news: Who is injured or suspended for Lithuania vs Portugal?

Lithuania will be without Arvydas Novikovas, Vaidas Slavickas, Justinas Marazas and Karolis Chvedukas for the upcoming clash with Portugal as they are all ruled out with respective injuries.

Meanwhile, Mantas Kuklys and Arturas Zulpa have been brought into the team as reinforcement for the players ruled out of action.

For Portugal, a number of key members of the side including Andre Gomes, Andre Silva and Joao Mario were all not called up for the Euro 2020 qualifying round of matches. Also, Pepe was excluded from the team after picking up a knock while in action for Besiktas while Barcelona's Nelson Semedo will be amiss after injuring his ankle in the weekend's victory over Serbia.

There are no reports of suspensions in both sides.

Broadcast information for Lithuania vs Portugal

In Lithuania, the match will be aired live on LRT Plieus

Fans in Portugal can catch the action on RTP 1, Sport TV1, Sport TV LIVE and RTP Play.

Viewers in UK will be able to watch the game live on SKY GO Extra and Sky Sports Premier League.

For those who live elsewhere, see below:

Lithuania vs Portugal Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Tuesday 10 September 2:45pm ET / 7:45pm BST / 8:45pm CET
Stadium: LFF Stadium
Australia: Optus Sport
Canada: TSN GO, TSN5
France: L'Equipe Web, L'Equipe
Germany: DAZN
India: Sony LIV
Indonesia: Mola TV
Lithuania: LRT Plius
Malaysia: Astro Supersport, Astro Go
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Extra
Nigeria: Startimes Sports Focus, StarTimes App, SuperSport 7 Africa
Portugal: Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV1, RTP Play, RTP 1
United Kingdom: Sky Go UK, Sky Sports Premier League, SKY GO Extra, NOW TV
United States: TUDN En Vivo, TUDN USA, ESPN+, fuboTV, UniMás, ESPN App, Univision NOW

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