Austria vs Andorra Match Review

Austria vs Andorra Match Review

November 15, 2022 Football Match

Austria vs Andorra Match Review

In a Wednesday international friendly game in Malaga, Spain, Austria will compete against Andorra.

Although neither team has advanced to the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, they both must prepare for European Championship qualifying in March 2023.

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Austria vs Andorra Tips and Prediction

In fact, after losing 2-1 to Wales in a playoff at the Cardiff City Stadium in March, Austria was unable to go to the World Cup for the first time since 1998.

Their impressive performance during the previous UEFA Nations League campaign gave them another opportunity to compete on the biggest platform of them all this winter, despite the fact that they only finished fourth in Group F.

They missed the chance, though, and in June Ralf Rangnick, a former manager of Manchester United, took Franco Foda’s place as head coach.

The German team was promoted to League B after a loss to France in September after winning his first game in charge with an impressive victory away to Croatia. Since then, however, the Germans have lost all five of their games in League A of the Nations League.

With a winnable friendly against Andorra on Wednesday and a home game against Italy on Sunday, it is obvious that the 64-year-old is eager to spend more time with his players during the international break.

Of course, Andorra hasn’t participated in a significant international competition since joining FIFA and UEFA in 1996.

The fact that they did manage to defeat Lietchenstein in the most recent Nations League campaign and San Marino at home and away during World Cup qualifying suggests that they have advanced beyond the most worst footballing nations in Europe.

The goal for head coach Koldo Alvarez, who has been in charge of the squad since 2010 and played for them 78 times during his playing career, is to defeat a more developed country, but the fact that they are achieving victories more frequently is encouraging for their future growth.

If they can play well against Austria on Wednesday, they will be confident of defeating Gibraltar the following weekend before taking on Kosovo and Romania in their first Euro 2024 qualifying matches in March.


With their players undoubtedly upset about their loss of participation in the World Cup, Austria should have far too much talent for their opponents on Wednesday.

But despite the fact that they have clearly improved recently, Andorra might not lose by the margin that many people might anticipate.