National football team of Bosnia and Herzegovina continues their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a match against Liechtenstein at the ‘Bilino Polje’ Stadium in Zenica tonight at 20:45.

Robert Prosinecki’s men have so far played four matches in the qualifying Group J; they have defeated Armenia (2-1), drawn with Greece (2-2) and lost to Finland (0-2) and Italy (1-2).

Only four points from four games means that Bosnia is currently on the fifth place in a six-team group - meaning also that victory in tonight’s game is an absolute must if Edin Dzeko and the rest of the team want to qualify directly for the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship.

Bosnia and Herzegovina and Liechtenstein have played six times thus far, with Bosnia winning five of those games with a combined score of 23-2. The first match ever played between those two nations, back in 1999, ended up in a goalless draw.

Also in Group J, Armenia hosts Italy in Yerevan (18:00), while Finland take on Greece in Tampere (20:45).