Portugal travels to Iceland and makes last training session


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The Portuguese national soccer team travels today to Iceland, where it will make the last training before Tuesday’s meeting with the local team, to qualify for Euro2024.

Two days after the triumph over Bosnia-Herzegovina (3-0), the ‘Quinas’ team leaves Lisbon at 11:00 for Reykjavik, where it should arrive at 13:00 local time (14:00 in Lisbon).

The Portuguese selector, Roberto Martínez, and one player will speak to journalists at 17:00 local time (18:00 in Lisbon) in a press conference, one hour before training at the Laugardalsvöllur Stadium.

The Iceland-Portugal match, from the fourth round of qualifying Group J for Euro2024, is scheduled for 18:45 (19:45 in Lisbon) on Tuesday and will be refereed by German Daniel Siebert.

The team of the ‘quinas’ leads the group with nine points, followed by Slovakia, which has seven, and Luxembourg, with four. Bosnia and Iceland follow with three, while Liechtenstein has yet to score.

The top two finishers in the group qualify for the final round of Euro2024, which will be held in Germany.

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