National football team of Bosnia and Herzegovina closes one of the poorest qualifying campaigns in recent history with tonight’s match against Liechtenstein at the Rheinpark Stadion in Vaduz.
Robert Prosinecki’s men have lost all chances to qualify directly for the UEFA Euro 2020, and a string of poor results have seen them falling to fifth place of the qualifying Group J - behind Italy, Finland, Greece and even Armenia.
However, Bosnia can still qualify for the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship through the UEFA Nations League play-offs.
UEFA has updated the list of teams that would be involved in the play-offs on the basis of the current European Qualifiers standings.
According to the current list, a draw would decide which three of Wales, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland would join Bosnia and Herzegovina in Path B, and which one would go into Path A, together with Iceland, and the two of Bulgaria, Israel and Romania.
Tonight’s match at the Rheinpark Stadion is scheduled to commence at 20:45 hrs.
Liechtenstein and Bosnia and Herzegovina have played seven times in the past. Bosnia won six of those games, with a combined goal difference of 28-2. Only the first match - in August 1999 - ended in a goalless draw.