PORTUGAL have minnows Andorra to contend with before their UEFA Nations League exploits later this week.
It's likely that Andorra stand no chance against Cristiano Ronaldo's side, who have more important business in France and Croatia to take care of soon after.
But competitive balance be damned, Ronaldo will get his chance to close in on the all-time international goal-scoring record of 109.
The Juventus superstar currently sits on a hefty 101, just eight goals behind his intended target.
What time is kick-off?
- Portugal vs Andorra kicks off at 7.45pm (BST) on Wednesday, November 11.
- The game will take place at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, where the Champions League final occurred in August.
- When the sides last met in 2017, Portugal ran out 2-0 winners in a World Cup qualifier.
What channel is it on and can it be live streamed?
Portugal vs Andorra can be viewed on the Sky Sports Red Button.
Unfortunately, you can't select the Red Button option on a NOW TV or Sky Go account.
But you can stream the game on the Sky Sports pp, so long as you enter your Sky log-in details.
Ronaldo is back in the squad after missing the last one because of a positive coronavirus test.
Joao Felix could start for the hosts while Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes may line up behind him.
Wolves forward Daniel Podence is set to miss out, however, and the same can be said for Pepe, who has a foot injury.
Ruben Seemed and Jose Fonte will probably line up in defence for Portugal.
And Barcelona youngster Francisco Trincao should get a run out for the Euro 2016 winners.
Last time out
Ronaldo loves scoring against Andorra, and smashed four against them in Portugal's last home game against them.
The UEFA Nations League winners have notched 26 times in their last 10 games while Andorra have conceded 14 in that time.
The stage is set for Ronaldo to fill his boots and eat away at Iran legend Ali Daei's goal-scoring record.
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