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Match Start Time:
Greece vs Iceland match for UEFA U-19 2023 will start at different times in various countries: Argentina: 4:00 pm Bolivia: 3:00 pm Brazil: 4:00 pm Chile: 4:00 pm Colombia: 2:00 pm Ecuador: 2:00 pm United States: 3:00 pm ET on ViX Mexico: 1:00 pm Paraguay: 4:00 pm Peru: 3:00 pm Uruguay: 4:00 pm Venezuela: 3:00 pm
Iceland’s Last Lineup:
In their previous game, Iceland’s starting eleven players were: Lúkas Petersson, Arnar Adalsteinsson, Logi Hrafn Róbertsson, Daníel Kristjánsson, Hlynur Freyr Karlsson, Eggert Aron Gudmundsson, Sli Thórdarson, Sigurbergur Áki Jörundsson, Ágúst Þorsteinsson, Róbert Thorkelsson, and Adolf Birgisson.
Greece’s Last Lineup:
In their previous game, Greece’s starting eleven players were: Nikolaos Botis, Athanasios Prodromitis, Dimitrios Keramitsis, Nikolaos Deligiannis, Charalampos Georgiadis, Dimitrios Kottas, Anastasios Symeonidis, Christos Stavropoulos, Stefanos Tzimas, Lampros Smyrlis, and Nikolaos Spyrakos.
Players to Watch – Iceland:
Keep an eye on these three players from Iceland. Adolf Birgisson (#9), who plays as an attacker for Brentford in the Premier League, is known for his scoring abilities and experience. Ágúst Þorsteinsson (#10), a 22-year-old player from TSG Hoffenheim in the Icelandic league, has contributed with goals and assists. Eggert Aron Gudmundsson (#10), who plays for AGF Aarhus, is instrumental in distributing the ball on the pitch.
Iceland is currently placed third in Group B of the tournament, with 1 point from 1 draw and 1 loss. They are aiming to secure a victory in their match against Greece to advance to the next phase of the tournament. Iceland possesses a talented squad with young players who can bring a new dimension to the team. In their last game against Norway, they secured a 1-1 draw. With their current form, they are considered favorites to win this game.
Players to Watch – Greece:
Three players to watch in Greece’s attacking lineup are Alexios Kalogeropoulos (#6), a fast player with good ball control from Olympiakos, Christos Stavropoulos (#15), an 18-year-old midfielder with speed and skill, and Stefanos Tzimas (#9) from PAOK Salonika, who scored in the last match. These players’ contributions will be vital in the game against Iceland.
Greece is currently in fourth place in Group B, having lost both of their previous matches. They are determined to qualify for the next phase of the tournament and compete for the championship. The team has made several changes, and their success in qualification is crucial to achieving their goals. In their last game against Spain, they suffered a 5-0 defeat. Although they are considered underdogs in this match, they have the potential to surprise and secure a victory.
The match will take place at the Hibernians Stadium in Paola, Malta. It is one of the oldest football stadiums in Malta, with a seating capacity of 8,000 spectators. The stadium was inaugurated on November 9, 1986, at a cost of 25 million euros.