Our football match prediction:
Despite failing to impress in Thursday’s football match against Slovenia, England eventually picked up all three points from the game and secured automatic qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The Three Lions are brimming with confidence ahead of the trip to Lithuania and, no doubt, they want to put icing on the cake on a very successful qualifying campaign. Harry Kane scored the winner against Slovenia and all eyes will be on the Tottenham Hotspur attacker when the two teams face each other at Vilniaus LFF stadionas on Sunday. The Lithuanians have been struggling in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers and seeing that they are on a six-game winless run in Group F, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the visitors. When the two teams met at Wembley Stadium in March England recorded a 2-0 win over Lithuania, with Jermain Defoe and Jamie Vardy scoring for the Three Lions.
Highlighted Player (Vytautas Andriuskevicius):
Vytautas Andriuskevicius is a Lithuania international who plays for Portland Timbers as a left back. Andriuskevicius started his senior career at FBK Kaunas, but he made no more than 17 league appearances for the Lithuanian club from 2007 to 2010. In 2010 he joined Polish outfit Lechia Gdansk and he spent three seasons at Stadion Energa Gdansk. After ending his spell with Lechia, Vytautas Andriuskevicius moved to Sweden, signing a deal with Djurgardens. He played 31 league games for the Iron Stoves and at the end of the 2013/2014 season he joined Cambuur. After spending two seasons in the Dutch club, the Lithuanian footballer signed for Major League Soccer club Portland Timbers on July 14, 2016. Andriuskevicius is a full back who side position is centre back and it has to be noted that he was born on October 8, 1990 in Alytus, Lithuania. The 188-cm tall defender made his Lithuania debut on August 10, 2011 in a friendly against Armenia.
Highlighted Team (England):
One of two oldest national football teams besides Scotland, England have been playing international matches since 1872, but the World Cup title won on home soil in 1966 remain their only major trophy up to date. The Three Lions narrowly missed out on the 1990 World Cup final, losing to Germany on penalties, while they were stopped in quarter-finals on no fewer than five occasions. England twice reached the European Championship semi-finals, in 1968 and 1996, but they have been pretty disappointing at the start of the 21st century, despite boasting arguably the strongest league competition in the world. Sir Bobby Charlton, Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Moore were among players who secured the first major international title, whereas Gary Lineker, David Beckham, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney all played an important role during the modern age. Peter Shilton is the record holder with 125 caps for the national team, while Wayne Rooney surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton as the leading goalscorer in the England national team.