Portugal and Iceland will play out a meaningless game over in Group J with qualification already secured for the 2016 European champions with Slovakia set to join them at Euro 2024 in Germany next summer.
The champions from seven years ago are heading into this one with a perfect record of nine wins from nine games, as Cristiano Ronaldo racked up his 128th goals from 204 caps last time out in a win over Liechtenstein, as Joao Cancelo also scored in the second half.
In the last international break Ronaldo also scored a brace against Bosnia & Herzegovina, helping to bring his tally to 10 in eight games in 2023 for his country. Bruno Fernandes and Joao Felix also got in on the act that day, alongside another finish from Cancelo. Another Ronaldo brace came in the 3-2 win over second-placed Slovakia, as Goncalo Ramos got his seventh goal for his country in just 10 caps.
Further wins such as their 9-0 hammering over Luxembourg have helped Portugal collect 34 goals this qualifying season, as they've also conceded just two goals. This is by far the best record across the qualifying group, albeit against much weaker opposition.
As for Iceland, they were beaten 4-2 by Slovakia in the last outing which handed the latter qualification to Germany for next year. The Euro 2016 upset kings have won just three games and lost five times to put them on just 10 points for the campaign, although they did give Portugal a real run for their money in their first meeting in Group J. Ultimately, they were done in the final 10 minutes of the game, as Willum Bor Willumsson was sent off in the 80th minute before Ronaldo scored the game's only goal nine minutes later.
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