Slovakia and Portugal will battle it out this afternoon to take the lead in Group J ahead of the European Championships to be played in Germany next year.
The Portuguese enter, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, who wants his team to become European champions for the last time since, at 38, it is difficult for him to complete another cycle to take part in 2028. In the current qualifying campaign, Portugal has won three of its four games and remains top and unbeaten in Group J.
Slovakia also go into today’s event undefeated, although they are temporarily behind Portugal after a draw against Luxembourg in their first game.
How many places are there for Euro 2024?
It is worth remembering that the first two members of the group will receive their tickets to Euro 2024, which will take place between June and July in Germany. There will be a total of 24 national teams, plus the three that qualify for the Nations League playoffs.
Slovakia vs. Portugal Background: The last 4 parties
- Germany 2006 World Cup qualification: Portugal-Slovakia 2-0
- Germany 2006 World Cup qualification: Slovakia vs. Portugal 1-1
- Euro 2000 classification: Portugal-Slovakia 1-0
- Euro 2000 classification: Slovakia-Portugal 0:3
Slovakia: last 5 games
- 11/20/22 Slovakia 0 – 0 Chile
- 03/23/23 Slovakia 0:0 Luxembourg
- 03/26/23 Slovakia 2:0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
- 06/17/23 Iceland 1–2 Slovakia
- 20/06/23 Liechtenstein 0 – 1 Eslovaquia
Portugal: last 5 games
- 10/12/22: Morocco 1:0 Portugal
- 23/03/23 Portugal 4 – 0 Liechtenstein
- 03/26/23 Luxembourg 0–6 Show events
- 06/17/23 Portugal 3-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
- 06/20/23 Iceland 0 – 1 Portugal
The match on the fifth day of the Euro 2024 qualifying round between Slovakia and Portugal will be played at the Teheln Pole Stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia, at 12:45 p.m. Mexican time. You can watch it live on pay TV or stream it.
- TV show: Sky Sports
- Streaming: UEFA TV