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++>[Here's Way To Watch] Portugal vs Slovenia Live Stream Free TV Channel 26 March 2024


Portugal vs Slovenia Live stream: TV channel, lineups, Updates, kick-off time And where to watch. Slovenia will take on Portugal in an international friendly at the Stozice Stadium on Tuesday.


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Portugal's excellent form in the Euro qualifiers- winning 10 out of 10 group games - will give them plenty of confidence ahead of the finals in June. This is a perfect opportunity to test the depth of the squad and it is expected that the team will field a fresh lineup, featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, for this friendly.

Slovenia scored the same number of points as group winners Denmark in their qualifiers and will be eyeing a good display of hard work as they prepare for the upcoming continental competition.

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Slovenia vs Portugal kick-off time

Date: March 26, 2024

Kick-off time: 3.45 pm ET

Venue: Stozice Stadium

The match will be played at the Stozice Stadium on Tuesday, with kick-off at 3.45 pm ET for fans in the US.

Slovenia boasts notable players in their lineup, including Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig's Sesko, a promising 20-year-old forward. They will be expected to feature in this friendly against Portugal.

Slovenia predicted XI: Oblak; Balkovec, Bijol, Drkusic, Stojanovic; Mlakar, Kurtic, Cerin, Horvat; Sesko, Sporar

Portugal have released eight players - Bernardo Silva, Ruben Dias, Joao Palhinha, Nelson Semedo, Toti Gomes, Rafael Leao, Bruno Fernandes, and Goncalo Ramos - from the squad after their match against Sweden. This paves the way for those who missed that game, including Cristiano Ronaldo, to step into the lineup

Portugal predicted XI: Patricio; Dalot, Pepe, A Silva, Cancelo; Danilo, R Neves, Vitinha; Otavio, Ronaldo, Felix

Portugal emerge as one of the frontrunners for the title, motivated to solidify their standing in the tournament. With the potential for Euro 2024 to mark Cristiano Ronaldo‘s farewell from significant national team competitions, the stakes are elevated as he endeavors to make a memorable exit.

Slovenia are dedicated to showcasing a formidable performance and pursuing qualification in a competitive group. Undoubtedly, this match carries significant weight for both teams as they prepare for the obstacles that lie ahead.

Roberto Martinez's team are stepping up their preparations for Euro 2024 and the 2016 European champions clinched a 5-2 midweek win over Sweden in Guimarães. Portugal will be amongst the favourites to progress deep into the knockout stages at Euro 2024 but Martinez still has some squad selection calls to make in the coming months.

Cristiano Ronaldo's return will be one of several changes in light of Roberto Martinez's decision to release Bernardo Silva, Rafael Leao, Bruno Fernandes, Goncalo Ramos, Ruben Dias, Joao Palhinha, Nelson Semedo and Toti Gomes

Slovenia were held to a 2-2 draw against Malta in midweek but they do have the highly rated Benjamin Šeško in attack.

Portugal have won their last 11 successive games on the road to Euro 2024 and the return of Ronaldo will give them an added lift to stretch that run on the road in Slovenia.

To soccer fans of a certain age, the idea of Luxembourg being this close to qualifying for a European Championship is incredible after decades of being mostly overmatched.

If Luxembourg wins two playoff games in five days — at Georgia on Thursday and then hosting either Greece or Kazakhstan on Tuesday — it will then be the unlikely Cinderella at Euro 2024 in June.

The reward for the winner of the knockout bracket of single-leg games will be landing in a Euro 2024 group in Germany against Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal, Turkey and the Czech Republic.

Even the man whose devoted work to the Luxembourg cause since 1968 now includes 20 years as the soccer federation president is astonished at where the team from the grand duchy stands today.

That is already for us a big success that we have the possibility to discuss about the chance of Luxembourg to qualify for Euro 2024,” Philipp told The Associated Press in a recent telephone interview.

Times were hard for Luxembourg in the 1970s and ’80s when the European scene had fewer national teams and strength in depth. That was before the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia broke up and before current minnows like San Marino, Andorra and Gibraltar obtained membership of FIFA and UEFA.

There was a five-game spell for Luxembourg in 1982-83 of conceding 31 goals including a 9-0 rout by England at Wembley that was worse than the 5-0 beating in 1977 that Philipp played in.

Luxembourg’s improvement has been steady and its five games won in a Euro 2024 qualifying group last year was more than in the previous six Euros qualifying programs combined.

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