Portugal prepares to welcome Luxembourg at the Algarve Stadium

The National Football Team plays another qualifying game for Euro2024 tomorrow

Portugal trains today at the Algarve Stadium, the stage for tomorrow's duel, Monday, with Luxembourg, in what will be the Portuguese team's last session before the Group J qualifying match for Euro2024 football.

Roberto Martínez's team has a session scheduled for 17:30 pm, with the first 15 minutes being open to the media. Before, at 16:45 pm, also at the Algarve Stadium, the coach and a player yet to be named will preview the clash on matchday six, in a press conference.

On Saturday, the national team did recovery work at Quinta do Lago, where they are training, with the starters from the duel with Slovakia (1-0) staying in the gym and with Rúben Neves appearing without limitations.

The suspended captain Cristiano Ronaldo is certain to be absent for the game against Luxembourg, with Gonçalo Ramos being chosen to take his place in the 'eleven', as Roberto Martinez himself announced on Friday, after the match. Bratislava.

After five rounds, Portugal leads Group J with 15 points, five points more than Slovakia and Luxembourg, who share second place, and nine points more than Bosnia-Herzegovina, fourth. Iceland is placed fifth, with three, while Liechtenstein remains last with zero.

Portugal-Luxembourg is scheduled for Monday, at 19:45 pm, at the Algarve Stadium, and will be refereed by Englishman John Brooks.