Portugal and Bosnia prepare to face one another at the home of Benfica this weekend in the latest round of Euro 2024 qualifiers.
Roberto Martinez has made a strong start to his reign as Portugal manager with successive wins and successive clean sheets to leave his side atop the embryonic Group J mini table. Bosnia meanwhile are third, but only a point below Slovakia in the final qualifying place — though, of course, we’re still only two games in.
When is Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina?
Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina takes place on Saturday, 17 June at the Estadio da Luz.
What is the kick-off time for Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina?
Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina will kick-off at 7.45pm (UK time).
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Who is refereeing Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina?
Davide Massa has been chosen to referee Portugal vs Bosnia-Herzegovina this weekend. The Italian has a wealth of experience, taking charge of countless Champions League, Europa League, Europa Conference League and Serie A ties in 2022/23.
Portugal team news
There is a first-ever call-up for Wolves defender Toti, who joins his equally-uncapped team-mate Jose Sa in the squad, alongside Nelson Semedo and Ruben Neves. Cristiano Ronaldo is, of course, in the squad and remains only two caps shy of reaching 200 appearances for Portugal, while Ruben Dias and Bernardo Silva have been named in Martinez’s roll call fresh from winning the Treble with Man City.
Cristiano is looking to make it three consecutive braces in the competition after scoring twice against both Luxembourg and Liechtenstein.
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Bosnia-Herzegovina team news
Faruk Hadzibegic has included skipper Edin Dzeko, who will still be licking the wounds from Inter’s Champions League defeat over the weekend. There are a trio of uncapped players included in the squad, including Adrian Leon Barisic, Dal Varesanovic and 22-year-old Toulouse forward Said Hamulic.
Scoreline prediction: Portugal 4-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
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