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Football – U21 wants a second win in the European Championship qualifiers

Austria’s national under-21 football team will play the European Championship qualifiers in Drammen, Norway (6pm, ORF-Sport+) on Friday. Coach Werner Gregoritsch’s team has been on site since Wednesday, all players ready for action. “I go into the game with a very good feeling,” Styrian said. “We have a high-quality team. We also have good players in all parts of the team.” For Gregoric, the Norwegians are the big unknowns in Group A “have yet to play a game in this formation. We have to summon that energy, this will and joy of playing that has characterized my team so far in order to be successful here.” With Marlon Mustapha (Admira) and David Affengruber (Sturm Graz), there are two newcomers in the lineup. Avengruber warns of the task ahead: “Norway certainly have opponents that can hurt us, and we have to take them seriously. We have to go to our limits to be able to take the three points here.”

The talented Austrian FA team began qualifying for Euro 2023 in Romania and Georgia in June with a 2-0 victory at home against Estonia. All group winners and best runners-up buy an EM ticket. The other runner-up in the group will determine the rest of the European Championship qualifiers. After the match in Norway, the match continues on Tuesday (6pm, ORF-Sport+) in Reed vs Azerbaijan.(what or what)

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