Liechtenstein national team coach Martin Stocklasa brought in Skopje 23 players to face Macedonia on Sunday night.
photo by LFV: the Liechtenstein players train in Skopje
The biggest problem for Liechtenstein is that many of their players haven’t played a competitive match for few months the first round qualifier agaianst Aermenia was their first, so it is questionable how able they will be for a second match after just three days.
The team is without injured injured forward Dennis Salanović as well as veteran defensive midfielder Martin Büchel who lacks fitness and Ascoli midfielder Marcel Büchel who asked to be let to say with his club.
Benjamin Büchel – Vaduz
Thomas Hobi – Balzers
Justin Ospelt – Vaduz
Daniel Brändle – Pullach
Maximilian Göppel – Eschen/Mauren
Rafael Grünenfelder – Balzers
Jens Hofer – Biel-Bienne
Daniel Kaufmann – Eschen/Mauren
Andreas Malin – Dornbirn
Alexander Marxer – Eschen/Mauren
Martin Marxer – Ostermundigen
Sandro Wolfinger – Eschen/Mauren
Seyhan Yildiz – Balzers
Niklas Beck – Ruggell
Noah Frommelt – Eschen/Mauren
Nicolas Hasler – Thun
Livio Meier – Eschen/Mauren
Aron Sele – Chur 97
Fabio Wolfinger – Eschen/Mauren
Noah Frick – Neuchâtel Xamax
Yanik Frick – Energie
Ridvan Kardesoglu – Balzers
Simon Kühne – Eschen/Mauren
Liechtenstein faces Macedonia after an unlucky late lone goal home defeat by Armenia thanks to an own goal Frommelt. The match will be played on Sunday at 20.45 CET at the National Arena Toshe Proeski in Skopje. After that, Liechtenstein will welcome Iceland on Wednesday.